Gorgeous sunset views from garden of nicely traditional tavern, and good drinks
The good pub guide review
This attractive country pub has stunning views across Herefordshire as far as the Black Mountains and the Brecon Beacons ' the seats and tables on a steep series of small, pretty terraces behind the pub make the most of this outlook. The bars have a companionable atmosphere, a great variety of seats (from a wooden-legged tractor seat to a carved pew) and tables, an old black kitchen range and plenty of decorations ' china mugs, blue-glass flasks, lots of small pictures. Four well kept ales are tapped from the cask, including Bombardier, Exmoor Gold and a couple of guests such as Hobsons Twisted Spire and Purity Mad Goose, and friendly staff also serve nine wines by the glass, 15 gins, six malt whiskies and a farm cider; board games. There are good walks in the vicinity.
The good pub guide food review
Food has been more elaborate in the past but currently is limited to sandwiches, hot rolls (bacon, beef with gravy or barbecue pulled jackfruit) with home-made chips, and honey roast ham, egg and chips.