Just a small selection of places to eat and drink nearby, which are dog friendly in the bar areas. As they are popular with locals for their good food and friendly atmosphere, it's worth booking ahead. Cheers!
Originally a 16th Century Drovers Inn, the Fforest is now run by the lovely Nicky & Colin and their team. Offering delicious pub grub with views across rolling hills, they are open everyday except Mondays.
Run by Chris & Angela, the Harp overlooks Radnor from the opposite side of the valley to the Cabin and was named as one of 'Britain’s 50 Cosiest Pubs' in 2016. Closed Mondays and Tuesdays.
A 450 year old Grade II listed Barn serving locally sourced food in its cosy setting. Head to their website for opening times.
Owned by Sam and Adrian, on the Black and White Trail, the Tearoom is a a 16th Century Grade II listed building, offering a scrumptious range of lunches, cakes and beverages. Open Tuesday to Saturday.
Enjoy a spot of Spanish cuisine at this Tapas bar tucked in Kington High Street that celebrated its 2nd Birthday in 2019.
From Gins to Hot Chocolate and burgers to paninis, this little bar is a local and visitor favourite (just ask Arlene Phillips from Strictly Come Dancing!). Serving Breakfast and lunch, they're open daily from 10am.
Penrhos Court is home to the Cattle Shed restaurant which has fantastic tasting food and beautiful surroundings. On a nice day you can sit outside with dogs in the rear garden overlooking the pond and may find yourself in the company of the owners two dogs.
This is not dog friendly, but is worth mentioning as it has won the 'Good Pub Guide’s Herefordshire Dining Pub of the Year' Award for the 13th consecutive year and has won the national award 3 times in 6 years.