Our Guide To Local Food and Drink

Local Restaurants, Gastropubs and Bars

The Hostelrie at Goodrich

The Hostelrie at Goodrich has been inviting travellers and locals through its doors since 1625 and has always maintained a reputation for quality service, excellent local food cooked fresh to order and outstanding ales and wines. All food is cooked on site using only local produce. Their dishes change with the seasons and they try to maintain a healthy and varied balance to menus. Here you will find good, wholesome foods at affordable prices. The Hostelrie bar stocks quality ales from local suppliers and micro breweries, and ciders from local orchards.

Distance: 0.3 miles W
Address: The Hostelrie, Goodrich, Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire HR9 6HX
Telephone: 01600 890241
Website: www.thehostelrieatgoodrich.com

The Inn on The Wye

A public house with light, modern dining areas combined with cosy fireside corners. The Inn on The Wye has a good size restaurant specialising in grills and an excellent carvery. They have a large bar and seating area with their food superbly supported by a good wine list and well kept real ales as well as the familiar range of continental lagers and beers.


Distance: 0.2 miles SE
Address: The Inn on The Wye, Kerne Bridge, Goodrich, Ross-on-Wye Herefordshire HR9 5QS
Telephone: 01600 890872
Website: http://www.thewyeinn.co.uk

The Saracens Head

The Saracens Head Inn has stood for centuries in it’s spectacular position on the east bank of the River Wye where the river flows into a steep wooded gorge, on the edge of the Forest of Dean. Popular with walkers, cyclists, canoeists, fishermen and fans of good food and real ales, the Inn has a relaxed ambience throughout, from the flagstoned-floored bar to the cosy lounge and stylish dining room. The Saracens Head has a relaxed, friendly environment and serves a wide variety of dishes that change from season-to-season from our Lunch Menu, Dinner Menu and daily specials board with their chefs using fresh ingredients which are locally-sourced whenever possible. The flagstone-floored bar, with its scrubbed pine tables, has retained the feel of an authentic old English Inn. The bar is open all day everyday and offers a fine selection of classic and local real ales, ciders and quality wines, by the glass or bottle. The riverside terraces are the ideal place to watch the Inn’s ancient hand ferry carry passengers across the Wye,

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Distance: 2.3 miles SW
Address: The Saracens Head Inn, Symonds Yat East, Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire HR9 6JL
Telephone: 01600 890435
Website: http://saracensheadinn.co.uk

Booking A Taxi

We advise booking taxis in advance during weekends or during busy holiday periods. There are various taxi companies operating in the area including:

  • JMC Taxis: 01600 890998
  • Alan’s Taxis: 01989 563297
  • S & R Taxis: 01989 566246

Suggested Accommodation

The Kerne Apartment

With high beamed ceilings and large windows, The Kerne Apartment mixes a light and airy feeling with olde world charm. The Kerne Apartment is the perfect couples’ retreat and a great base from which to explore the excellent local cuisine.