Formally known as the *Red Lion, the pub has held an important role in village life since its opening around 1750.
In 2005 it closed and repeated attempts were made to get planning for conversion to a private house. However following a vigorous “Save Our Pub ” campaign, the inn was sold as a business and after an 18 month refurbishment project, re-opened in May 2010.
Looking for good quality food in a comfortable setting?
With the option of a bar meal, a pint and quiet read in our cosy conservatory; to a freshly prepared three course meal in the beautifully refurbished restaurant. What you will always receive is good quality food that is locally sourced where possible.
We stock a selection of mainly locally brewed beers which change regularly. Enjoy real ales such as;
‘Butty Bach’ from the Wye Valley Brewery Company (4.0%) – a favourite with the locals
‘410’ from the Golden Valley Ales (4.1%)- named after the shotgun
‘Butcombe Bitter’ from Somerset
‘Skyrrid Bitter’ from Abergavenny
Our draught cider is ‘Stowford Press’ from the family firm of Westons Cider in nearby Much Marcle. We also stock a classic dry cider in bottles – Gwatkins, which is made on a local farm from their own cider apple orchards.
Somewhere to stay?
* Look out for the false window with the painted Red Lion in it!