Food Links you to the place and helps support the local economy. Herefordshire is well known for its Herefordshire cattle and cider orchards.
The Nearest shop is Pengethley Farm Shop pengethleyfarmshop.com.
Our guests have raved about Weston’s Cider Visitors Centre. It’s open 7 days a week and is a unique day out for visitors of all ages. You are invited to discover the secrets of traditional cider making by joining their daily tours. Contact them on 01531 660108 or via their website at www.westons-cider.co.uk They also have a restaurant and tea room plus a children’s play park. Its about 20 mile drive away in the direction of the Malvern Hills. It’s a beautiful rural location.
It is possible to have a delivery of food made by Sainsbury’s or Tesco’s. Please make sure they know where to find us and you will need to be at the campsite to receive the delivery. This is often a good idea for groups.
We can offer food cooked by a local professional, Caroline Bennett delivered to the site at a reasonable cost. If you would like more information of what Caroline can provide from a simple supper to a more substantial feast please get in touch with her at firstname.lastname@example.org or give her a call on 01989763509.
We have 3 traditional country pubs all within walking distance. The closet is the New Harp Inn is just 1 mile away. Takes about 20 minutes to walk too. Beware, on the way back, it is uphill! So will take a little longer!
The Cottage of Content is our personal favourite. Gorgeous traditional pub in the next village of Carey. A longer walk, about 3 miles, but it is a great walk through the country lanes. They serve great fresh local food. Children are welcome too. They also welcome groups, but do book in advance. Do ring ahead to book a table to eat as a family too. They are popular in the Summer months.
The Pough Inn is located in Little Dewchurch, just a mile away too. They do serve food too.