Looking for somewhere to eat in mid Wales? The Welsh food scene is increasingly diverse and exciting, serving the county’s speciality meats, fish, cheeses and much more. Our local ales, ciders and spirits are also renowned for their exceptional taste, providing the perfect after-dinner tipple or two!
There is a plethora of fantastic places to eat out in mid Wales. From traditional country pubs to cosy cafes and fine dining restaurants, there’s something to suit all tastes. One thing is for sure – we guarantee you won’t go hungry during your stay at Hush Hush Glamping!
Below you will find our top 5 recommended places to eat near Hush Hush Glamping …
If you’re seeking a fine dining experience in a spectacular setting, look no further than The Cider Barn. This charming 450-year-old, Grade II listed barn is half an hour’s drive from our pods; combining a café, bar and restaurant in one.
The Cider Barn strives to celebrate the county’s fine produce and changing seasons with an imaginative and creative food menu, as well as specially selected wines, craft ciders, beers, and spirits. Their menu changes daily, as it is based upon the fresh and seasonal produce from local providers that are delivered each morning, but has previously included delicious dishes such as pan-fried mackerel, sirloin steaks and parmesan polenta; finished off with a rich chocolate tart or refreshing lemon parfait.
Indulge in a delicious dinner at The Cider Barn on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays from 6-11pm, or enjoy a lovely lunch on Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from 12-3pm. Booking well in advance is highly recommended.
Named the Best Pub in Shropshire in the National Pub and Bar Awards, The Lion is a stunning, riverside option for dining out, located just a 30 minute drive away.
Everything is made in-house using locally sourced ingredients – fresh, tasty, and cooked to perfection. Choose from traditional staples such as burgers, fish pie, steak, ham egg & chips, with an added finesse about them. Desserts are just as mouth watering, with offerings such as home made ice cream, local cheesecake and dark chocolate & blackberry torte.
Pop over to The Lion for lunch from Monday - Saturday between 12-2:30pm or Sunday 12-3pm. Or enjoy dinner Monday - Saturday between 5:30-8:30pm. Booking in advance is recommended.
Jump in the car and drive just 10 minutes to the other side of the valley and discover this picturesque 15th Century inn, boasting traditional rustic oak beams and stunning slate floors. Offering far-reaching views towards our pods from the other side of the Radnor Valley, The Harp Inn is well worth a visit.
This 2020 Country Pub of the Year (named in the Good Pub Guide) serves up a delicious array of home cooked, locally sourced meals; as well as an excellent selection of cask ales, wines, and local ciders. Stick to the simple pub classics such as your home baked ham or pan-fried steak & chips or try one of the more imaginative creations on offer such as the chicken bonbons, homemade falafel, or Mississippi mud pie. Whatever your preference, The Harp Inn will be sure to cater for your needs!
The Harp is open for dinner Wednesday-Saturday from 6 – 9pm, and for lunches on Saturdays and Sundays from 12 – 2.30pm. Booking in advance is highly recommended.
Just 20 minutes’ drive from Hush Hush Glamping lies The Stagg Inn; serving excellent, award-winning food that won’t break the bank. We highly recommend stopping off at this 2020 Herefordshire Dining Pub of the Year (named in the Good Pub Guide) during your stay.
The Stagg’s food is highly regarded for its excellent quality, immaculate presentation, and superior taste. Tuck into a delicious dinner in style in their beautiful dining room; or, for a more laid-back affair, you can choose to eat in the cosy bar area. Enjoy some real British pub food such as fillet steak, duck breast or sea bass, followed by a tasty lemon tart, vanilla panna cotta or chocolate marquis dessert. The choices are endless!
The Stagg is open Wednesday-Saturday for lunch from 12 – 2.30pm and dinner from 5.30 – 9.30pm. They offer Sunday lunches from 12 – 3pm. Booking well in advance is highly recommended.
"The Cattle Shed, is situated within a transformed cattle byre across from the manor house. Our dedicated kitchen team led by Head Chef Christopher Dean will serve you the finest locally sourced ingredients. With its beautiful wooden beams, stone walls, huge wooden chandeliers and the odd ‘mouse light’ peeping out here and there, the former cattle byre has a laid back and rustic charm, perfect for relaxed dining."
Full English breakfasts are served from 9am on weekdays/ 10am on Saturdays. The kitchen is open from 12-3pm for all other food, including light bites and freshly-baked cakes from the licenced bar. On Sundays, coffee and cake is served from 10am and the popular Sunday roast from 12-3pm. Booking in advance is recommended.