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The Alma Inn

Traditional1 miles Off Fording Lane HR9 7RY

Located on the edge of the Forest of Dean and Wye Valley and between the stunning Malvern Hills and Black Mountains is The Alma Inn – an intentionally informal pub, where friends, family and four-legged friends will be welcomed with open arms by landlords Dan and Gemma. A bustling main bar, cosy dining area, pool room and beer g...

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The Roadmaker Inn

Nepalese2.1 miles Gorsley HR9 7SW

You can find The Roadmaker Inn tucked away between the towns of Ross-on-Wye and Newent, close to the M50. The chefs here specialise in traditional Nepalese cuisine made using locally sourced ingredients.
Gurkhas are a Nepalese military people renowned for their fearlessness. Now run by former Gurkhas, The Roadmaker Inn has ...

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No 3

Bar-Restaurant3 miles 3 Gloucester Road, HR9 5BU

No 3 has a buzzing, convivial atmosphere, and if you stroll past you’ll most likely see it filled with happy folk tucking into delicious dishes or sipping a tempting-looking cocktail – it’s enough to make you stop in your tracks and head inside. Having fast gathered a reputation among locals who return for its...

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Indian Summer

Indian3.1 miles 9 High Street HR9 5HL

Fashionable yet affordable, Indian Summer offers a high-class range of creative, healthy and elegant Indian dishes. Found at the heart of the historical market town of Ross-on-Wye, it exudes style and grace, with cool lighting, ambient music and flawless service. There is a bring-your-own scheme with free corkage; they also have an ...

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The Yew Tree

Bar-Restaurant, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants3.1 miles Cliffords Mesne GL18 1JS

Located in the picturesque village of Clifford's Mesne, near Newent and at the foot of May Hill, The Yew Tree Inn is the perfect destination for food and drink. The pub is run by new owners Peter and Christine, who have recently relocated from the States, with the assistance of chef Shaun. Menus are extensive and feature high qualit...

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Prince of Wales

Traditional3.1 miles Walford Road, HR9 5AP

Prince of Wales blends contemporary style with quality, traditional hospitality and welcoming service for the whole family to enjoy. Turn up with an appetite and feed it with dishes picked from the broad and seasonal menu. You can start the day as you mean to go on with breakfast and cup of coffee, or if you’...

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Kilcot Inn

Gastropub, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants3.4 miles Ross Road Kilcot GL18 1NA

We were delighted with the range and quality of food and drink offered during our recent visit to the welcoming and tastefully renovated Kilcot Inn. The helpful staff guided us through the menu, and offered advice that led to my starter choice of a very pleasant pressed ham hock terrine that was light in texture and served with home...

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Wilton Court

Modern British3.7 miles Wilton Lane HR9 6AQ

Wilton Court is a whimsical Elizabethan house overlooking River Wye, offering everything you’re looking for: quaint gardens, idyllic views, superb service and somewhere special to stay. On entering, objets d’art, curios and distinctive architecture evoke a rich appreciation of a bygone era that’s enhanced by excellent modern...

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The Bridge at Wilton

Fine Dining3.7 miles Wilton HR9 6AA

There's no doubting that Ross-on-Wye provides the perfect setting for a quintessential English weekend escape, with its quaint streets, intriguing shops and fantastic destination eateries - and The Bridge at Wilton is the icing on the cake. The idyllic setting of this multi-award-winning hotel and restaurant is just the beginning of...

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The Old Dairy Tearoom

Tearoom, Cafés4 miles Harts Barn Craft Centre Monmouth Road GL17 0QD

Hidden within a Grade II listed stone barn conversion is The Old Dairy Tearoom, a traditional establishment that serves high-quality, locally sourced food and drink and is perfect for a spot of afternoon tea. At this wonderful location, there are 16 different teas to tempt you - the house tea is particularly notable as it is blen...

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Crooked End Farm

Cafe, Cafés4.3 miles Crooked End, GL17 9XF

If you dream of a more ethical approach to food, then Crooked End Farm is the place to witness such ideals in action. The venue's surroundings are rustic, with swathes of land given over to sustainable farming. Children will love visiting, with the chance to see chickens and plant their own seedlings. Adults are welcome to join in, ...

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The Mill Race

Modern British4.6 miles Walford HR9 5QS

Found at the heart of the rambling Wye Valley, The Mill Race is a multi-award winning pub with a reputation for serving outstanding cuisine at affordable prices. The emphasis is on high-quality, locally sourced ingredients used to create delicious fare complemented by a tipple from the impressive array of over 120 wines. My star...

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The George Hotel

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants4.7 miles 21-23 Church Street GL18 1PU

Within the original coach house at the rear of The George Hotel in the pretty market town of Newent - and offering excellent quality, generous portions and superb value for money - this restaurant is certain to become a firm favourite. Combining a restaurant and wine bar, furnishings are tasteful with dark wooden tables, leather sof...

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The Black Dog

British4.8 miles 47 Church Street GL18 1AA

Nestled in the pretty market town of Newent, this 18th-century Grade II listed building was originally a farm. When it was converted into the popular dog-friendly pub of today, it was named The Black Dog after a famous highwayman’s faithful hound. The pub and its five well-appointed bed and breakfast rooms have recently undergon...

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Vineyard Brasserie

Modern European5.1 miles Three Choirs Vineyard GL18 1LS

On the border between Gloucestershire and Herefordshire and set within 30 hectares of award-winning vineyards is the Vineyard Brasserie. While gazing across the vine clad valleys, feast on starters such as juniper- and gin-cured salmon with horseradish mayonnaise, grapefruit and cucumber, or steamed Fowey mussels in romesco sauce....

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