Hereford (/ˈhɛrɪfərd/ ( listen)) is a cathedral city, civil parish and county town of Herefordshire, England. It lies on the River Wye, approximately 16 miles (26 km) east of the border with Wales, 24 miles (39 km) southwest of Worcester, and 23 miles (37 km) northwest of Gloucester. With a population of 58,896, it is the largest settlement in the county.
Restaurants in Hereford
5.0 based on 52 reviews
The pub is hidden in the depth of the Herefordshire countryside, a warm and welcoming atmosphere is created by the alternative layout of the building accompanying different levels from the bar right through to the restaurant. The Castle Inn presents an extensive beer garden suitable for children and of course our four-legged friends. The Team welcome you to enjoy real ales, ciders and good grub!
5.0 based on 34 reviews
Off-license and micro-pub with beer and cider on tap, wine, G&T, bar snacks, 230+ bottles/cans of local cider, UK craft beer and world beers from Belgium, USA, Germany, and more.
4.5 based on 1,918 reviews
What a fabulous visit we had to the Cathedral We can certainly recommend it Altho due to Covid some of the Cathedral is roped off, we walked round mist of it it is beautiful & it has such a brilliant History attached to it We went thru to the Chained Library (fascinating) & the Mappa Mundy which was a superb artifact to see. So interesting to see the Medieval map where scholars only knew & depicted Europe Asia & Africa. With many unusual birds & beats. So glad we went to see it. 5 star review for the Cathedral experience.
4.5 based on 262 reviews
A Jacobean merchants shop in the heart of Herefords high town. Come and get a flavour of life in the 17th century and browse our selection of unique and unusual gifts in our shop. Entry prices: Adults £3 Children £2 (under 5's free) Families (2 adults, 3 Children) £9.50 Annual pass: Adult £10
Two extremely helpful young men were manning the desk. The exhibits were of excellent quality, and the information boards ideal. Got completely lost in time. Really good value at £3.50. Felt I had really stepped back in time in the lovely atmosphere of the House
4.5 based on 216 reviews
Staying in Ludlow for a few days, and did a walk at NT Berrington Hall in the morning. Monkdale Cheese Dairy popped up with excellent tripadvisor reviews, so as it was raining almost non-stop we decided not to go and hunt around unfamiliar Leominster and booked a table earlier in the morning for lunch. In fact we didn’t need to book, very pleasant light and airy upstairs room (and outdoor tables if sunny). Excellent ploughman’s lunches, one ham one blue cheese so we could mix and match, and good range of soft drinks. Fantastic cheeses, cakes, pickles, biscuits, etc on sale in shop, and both that and the café were quite busy on a miserable day, promptly served by friendly staff. After lunch we dived back out into the rain, well nourished!
4.5 based on 102 reviews
Close to the city, a good 5 minutes walk, the brewery tap for Wye Valley offers the full range of their output at competitive prices, plenty of room outside in the large yard to the rear, a great place to meet friends. Current social distance rules being followed, temperature check on arrival.
4.5 based on 94 reviews
Craft Pub and Odyssey Brewery tap house in Hereford, serving keg, cask, bottles and cans along with traditional cider, wine, spirits
First pub we visited since the lockdown. Was slightly nervous re safety arrangements but needn’t have worried. Great pub, tables well spaced out and of course the beer was excellent! In my opinion the best real ale house in Hereford.
4.5 based on 17 reviews
My girlfriend booked this place as a surprise weekend away and it was absolutely superb. As everyone says... Jamie and his staff are fantastic, the friendliest and most helpful you'll meet! The room we had was reasonably sized for for an old ferry Inn of a few hundred years! With recently decorated bathroom and electric shower. The views looking up and down the river are incredible and we had a very peaceful stay. As others state there's a hand ferry you can take to cross the river, "powered" by one of the bar staff when needed and we took this to go canoeing from a place near the Saracen's Head which is across and down the river. On the subject of the Saracen's Head... This is the place that everyone you talk to (when researching Symonds Yat) recommends... But it's very busy and noisy with a constant stream of cars... If you're looking for a constant buzz, noise and throng of many people then please go to the Saracen's head! And leave the peace and tranquility of the Old Ferrie Inne to the rest of us! We've ready booked to return here later in the year... Highlt recommended
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