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Local Information

Hereford on the River WyeThe River Wye is a fantastic destination for visitors. Whether you have come to the Wye Valley for scenery, culture or outdoor activities, we have local information to help you  to enjoy your trip.


Read "On The River Wye" for a potted guide of the Wye Valley from north to south. Listed here are businesses, services and informative websites to help you to get the most out of your trip

Pubs, Bars Restaurants

Attractions & Activities

Local Produce

Pubs, Bars & Restaurants

The River Cafe, Glasbury - Licensed cafe and informal restaurant, situated on the banks of the River Wye at Glasbury Bridge, 5 minutes from Hay-on-Wye. Great for those wanting to relax, enjoy a cappuccino or a beer and watch the river from the decking or a comfy sofa.


The Boat Inn, Whitney-on-Wye - This is a great venue with a nice outdoor area overlooking the river Wye. Serving home-cooked food which has won a local food award. Find it on Whitney Village Road, Hereford HR3 6EH. Call 01497 831223 for bookings and information.


The Orange Tree Restaurant, Hereford - The City's premier Steak restaurant, located in close proximity to the Cathedral. The Orange Tree offers light lunches, quality Hereford steaks, fresh fish and fresh local produce. Accompany with Local Wye Valley Ales, Continental Beers, Wines and Champagnes.


Saxty's Bar, Restaurant and Nightclub, Hereford - 4 Bars, light lunches & snacks, full a-la-carte menu for lunch & evening meals, Herefordshire steak menu, extensive wine and champagne list, weekend club nights until 3am, rooms available for private party & event hire, patio garden area with bar and barbecue.


Watercress Harrys Lounge Bar, Hereford - 17 HDTVs to watch all your favourite sports events... and anything else! Video Jukebox, Wii Station, Patio Area, 2 Sky Sports HD boxes plus packages, whole venue hire also available, hot & cold party menu options available plus great drinks offers!


The Mill Race, nr. Ross-on-WyeThe Mill Race, nr. Ross-on-Wye - A relaxed village pub set in the Wye Valley just 3 miles from Ross-on-Wye and 6 miles from Monmouth. Owned and managed by people who are passionate about food, nearly all of our produce is sourced from within 30 miles of Walford, some even comes from our very own farm!

Attractions & Activities

Old Chapel Gallery, Pembridge - Established in 1989 by Yasmin Strube, the gallery has established itself as a centre of excellence. Casual browsers and serious collectors of contemporary British art and craft alike can find work by both established local and nationally known artists and makers alongside innovative work by talented newcomers.


Rayeesa's Indian Kitchen, nr. Hereford - The first and only Indian Cookery School set in an 500yr old Herefordshire Farmhouse. Mouth watering and nutritious traditional 'home-cooked' Indian food prepared in an Farmhouse kitchen, set in beautiful surrounding. A fun and delicious learning experience.


Tipton Hall Riding School, nr. Bromyard - Offering riding for adults and children, from beginner to the more experienced rider. Here you can learn in a relaxed environment for maximum enjoyment. Based in Tedstone Delamere, 4 miles from Bromyard, 11 miles from Worcester and 17 miles from Hereford.


Treasure Trails Hereford & Worcester - Visit places in rural Herefordshire by taking yourselves on a self-guided walk and treasure hunt. Treasure Trails offer the opportunity to explore the city, market towns and villages in an interesting and absorbing way. A range of fun trails - Murder Mystery, Lost Treasure and Spy Mission.


Eastnor Pottery - Remarkable pottery experiences for individuals, groups and organisations. We work with tens of thousands of workshop participants, all ages and abilities, sharing the many benefits of working with clay. Eastnor Pottery is located within the magnificent Herefordshire Country Estate of Eastnor Castle.


The Jubilee Maze is one of Britain’s most famous traditional hedge mazes, with a romantic temple at the centre and over a kilometre of hedge. Not up to running around? Play by stealth! There’s a viewing platform for calling directions... but who can you trust?


Wye Valley Butterfly Zoo, Symonds Yat - Walk with butterflies from around the world at the Butterfly Zoo in Symonds Yat. Wye Valley Butterfly Zoo is indoors, it’s tropical and it’s teeming with exotic butterflies. Living butterflies fly around as you discover their fascinating lives in close-up. They’re amazing.


Wye Valley Miniature Golf, Symonds Yat - A twelve-hole roman fantasy set in spectacular scenery in the Wye Valley. This is an outstanding outdoor course with all-weather artificial-turf fairways. The design unites a picturesque roman ruin theme, retro minigolf style and adventure golf features for ultimate playability for all ages.



Local Produce

Shepherds Ice Cream - The original sheeps milk ice cream with less than 7% fat. Their Hay-on-Wye ice-cream parlour is the best place to discover the many flavours. The ice-cream is also sold at select outlets across Herefordshire. Through summer, you may find Shepherds ice cream at outdoor shows and festivals.


The Little Beer Shop - The Little Beer Shop is a charming Grade II listed building on Leominster High Street, Herefordshire. The shop stocks an ever increasing range of specialist ales, ciders, perries and wines from the borders and beyond. Free tastings are available daily.


Ross Cider & Perry - The Cider is produced on Broome Farm using traditional methods. The purity comes from using only whole juice, and the simplicity comes from allowing natural fermentation. If you don't live close enough to collect, why not have it delivered to your door? Visit


Westons Cider - Westons Cider has been produced in the Herefordshire village of Much Marcle for over 130 years. Their visitor centre including a 400 year old farmhouse nestling on a gentle hillside amongst apple and perry pear orchards is open all year round. It is a unique day out for all the family to enjoy.