We love cooking and have a growing menu of tried and tested home cooked recipes for our guests. We source our food locally wherever possible and purchase the freshest ingredients. We cook to order so please do book in advance if you would like to eat in whether you are staying for B&B, Self-catering, or glamping or camping. As we are un-licensed you are welcome to bring with you whatever you would like to drink with your meal. If you prefer to eat out there is a choice of several pubs within the valley and further afield.
The Radnorshire Arms - just 2 miles down the road is always popular with our guests.
There is a choice of pubs along the valley and in Knighton. But for something a little more special and all about 40 minutes away the following are some of our favourites
The Jolly Frog at Leintwardine is well known for its extensive fresh fish menu, complimented by fine Italian, French and local dishes or a handmade pizza from our Italian wood burning oven. Located within easy reach of historic Ludlow, the young classically-trained team pride themselves on the highest standard of service within a warm and informal atmosphere.
The Stagg Inn at Titley with its Micheline star is rustic in feel with a small bar housing a collection of 200 pub jugs and some very friendly gossiping locals. There are three dining rooms and many customers choose to eat in the bar itself. The atmosphere is informal with wooden tables and no background music.
The Riverside Inn at Aymestry, A wonderful synergy of fine, local ingredients and equally fine imaginative cooking skill applied with passion. – definitely worth a visit!
The Harp at Old Radnor is a beautiful 15th Century Welsh longhouse pub with stunning views over the Radnor Valley. Further temptation awaits you when you step inside, with some of the best locally sourced and freshly cooked food, cask conditioned real ales and delicious wines available, to be enjoyed in the Harp's comfortable bar and dining rooms with their crackling log fire, slate floor, oak beams, hops and antique settles...