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The Kilpeck Inn - Pub in Herefordshire

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Kilpeck, Hereford, HR2 9DN, Herefordshire
England, United Kingdom

A dapper little inn overlooking fields, as local and as green as can be, with delicious food and a real welcome for dogs, families, walkers

Kilpeck – known for its Norman church – has a second string to its bow: a super little country inn with a facelift. It stands on the edge of the village overlooking beautiful fields, ten miles south of Hereford. Outside, smart white walls sparkle in the sun. Inside: old stone, slate floors and a warm contemporary feel. Find darts in the locals' bar, alongside the daily papers and a smouldering fire, and original beams, candle lanterns and painted panelling in the airy restaurant. Dig into the sort of food you'd hope to find in a country inn: River Exe mussels, cider and sage cream sauce, hand cut chips; shepherd's pie, green beans, redcurrant and red wine jus. It's as local as possible and seriously green, what with low food miles, hi-spec insulation and a rainwater tank. Walkers rejoice: the Black mountains and Offa's Dyke are close.

Wheelchair access
Wheelchair access to some public rooms and to wc's.
Children welcome
Children of all ages welcome in some public rooms (highchairs not necessarily available).
Wireless internet access available in the bar.
Vegetarian meals
Good vegetarian options on the menu.
Dogs welcome
Dogs welcome in some public rooms.
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Enquiries: Zoe Ainge
+44 (0)1981 570464(landline)


Lunch & bar meals from £5.95. A la carte dinner £9.95-£17.95. Sunday lunch, 3 courses, £15.95. Not Sun eves.


Mon-Sat 2.30pm-5.30pm.


Kilpeck, Hereford, HR2 9DN, Herefordshire