Pubs & Restaurants
Kilcot Inn - A Country Pub
Kilcot Inn is a newly restored Inn, with an emphasis is on tradition. They are a destination pub and value really good food, really good drinks, leading to a really enjoyable time. Visit at lunchtime or in the evenings for a wide selection of locally sourced, seasonal food with their own 'twist'. Real ales and ciders are balanced with a well thought out wine focusing on quality and value.
The Roadmaker Inn is owned and run by former British Ghurka Soldiers, who served in the 1st Royal Ghurka Rifles. They create beautiful English and Nepalese food using fresh local produce whereever possible, proving extremely popular with the locals, passers-by and comes highly recommended. The house boasts a public bar with log fireplace place and plentiful seating, and an additional restaurant.
Three Choirs Vineyard & Restaurant - The restaurant is set on a ridge overlooking the 75 acre vineyard. All dishes are prepared from fresh ingredients and where possible local produce is used.
Visitors are welcome to viist the shop and taste our wines prior to their meal. Service is relaxed to enable you to enjoy the beautiful setting.
Glass House on slopes of May Hill - pub within 25 mins The Glasshouse Inn is a charming red bricked pub in a picturesque spot on the slopes of May Hill surrounded by beautiful countryside.
The Inn has been trading as a public house since 1891 and its strength lies firmly in its simplistic, unspoilt, almost timeless tradition. We have an excellent reputation for fine food and ales in a traditional pub atmosphere surrounded by beautiful countryside.
The Saracens Head Inn - Symonds Yat. Occupies a unique position on the East bank of the River Wye where it flows into a steep gorge on the edge of the Forest of Dean.
The Inn has a reputation for high quality food, using fresh local ingredients where possible, with a regularly changing menu and daily specials. Symonds Yat East is an AONB and nestles below Symonds Yat Rock with many scenic walks to be enjoyed. The Inn has an ancient hand ferry which is part of the circular walk to Biblins pedestrian suspension bridge.
Yew Tree, Cliffords Mesne about 25 mins Set in a glorious rural setting on the slopes of Mayhill, formerly a cider house, it retains many of the old features and the atmosphere is relaxed and friendly.
Food plays a big part at The Yew Tree with the emphasis on home cooked, local seasonal produce. A wonderful selection of local artisan ciders as well as kept ales is also available. Child and pet friendly.
Hear From Our Previous Guests...
Just a quick but big THANK YOU for helping us all spend a lovely few days at Moorhens. Your property is so well equiped – every time I looked for something it was always close at hand. Despite our short visit we raided the local produce shops at Three Shires Garden Centre and the Severn & Wye Fishery (twice!) together with the local butcher in Newent. We visited Ross on Wye, Symnonds Vat and Ledbury so had a good sample. Fabulous, Thanks again
Chris, Dorothy, Pat (& Chloe the cat!)
This is the second holiday that we have had at Moorhens - we were so pleased with the service and accomodation. We arrived early and Geoff let us in straight away. The welcome hamper was lovely and the accomodation was beautifully clean and had everything we wanted/needed. We love this part of the country and the location is perfect for walking and relaxing. We will be booking again for next year without a doubt. Thank you to Lynda and Geoff for your excellent service and hospitalilty.
Sarah and Tom
Lovely property a real home from home, clean, comfortable, glamorous well thought out décor and touches to make the stay as comfortable and enjoyable as possible.
Shirley and Edward