A Rich Heritage and a Warm Welcome

Originally a 16th-Century coaching inn, The New Inn celebrates the rich farming heritage of rural Herefordshire. The menu is inspired by local flavours, using seasonal ingredients from local producers. Inside, the pub exudes warmth, with roaring fires, cosy booths and lots of original features, creating a stylish yet relaxed environment.

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Dining

Our intimate dining experience brings together the best of Herefordshire hospitality and gastronomy.

Relax in the bar and enjoy a pint of local cider, indulge in our chef-designed cocktails or choose from our local gin list. Food can also be ordered from the bar menu between 12pm and 9pm, Wednesdays to Saturdays. And our delicious Sunday roast is served every Sunday between 12pm and 6pm. 

In the restaurant you will discover a fabulous menu filled with modern British dishes, with an extensive list of carefully curated wines, designed by esteemed Chef Michael Fowler.

Menu

Can we tempt you? Our menu changes throughout the day so drop in for lunch, enjoy a light bite in the bar or treat yourself to our modern British menu.

We want to make your dining experience as enjoyable as possible. If you have any allergies, please let us know when you make a reservation with us. Due to the size of our kitchen and team, and the style of our food, we cannot unfortunately accommodate the following dietary restrictions: vegan, severe gluten allergies and severe nut allergies.

Stay With Us

The New Inn is perfectly positioned to explore the riches of Herefordshire and the Welsh borders. From the bustling city of Hereford, with its beautiful Cathedral, to undulating valleys of Symonds Yat, and local market towns, Monmouth and Ross-on-Wye.

We have lovingly restored three rooms within the Inn, each one beautifully decorated to provide a luxurious stay for our dinner guests and visitors.

Stay With Us

In addition, we are delighted to offer supreme luxury self-catering accommodation in our Teal Barn, nearby at St Weonards, Hereford.