This section gives details of pubs local to Upleadon.
Where the pub has its own web site then we have only written a short note about that pub and then also given the link to their web site.
The Glass House pub
Restaurant at The Yew Tree Inn
Restaurant at The Yew Tree Inn Summary
Although termed a pub, the Yew Tree is dedicated to the serving of very good food, which it does extremely well. Though modern in appearance the Yew Tree has a long history, partly as a cider house, and enjoys stunning views from the slopes of May Hill.
Under the ownership of Caroline and Philip Todd since 2005 the pub has flourished offering simple well cooked meals using the best quality local produce. Herefordshire beef, Old Spot Pork and local cider cured bacon form the basis of their menu backed up by a daily specials board offering interesting and imaginative meals.
Philip and Caroline import all their own wines which are on display in their in house wine shop. Any of the 60 to 70 wines can be drunk in the pub with a minimum corkage charge, which makes them extremely good value, or alternatively bought to enjoy at home. You will also find an excellent selection of local artisan ciders and well kept real ales from Herefordshire and Gloucestershire.
A relaxed and friendly place offering great food and good value for money!
Butchers Arms Eldersfield
The Butchers Arms is a traditional two-room public house in the parish of Eldersfield near Gloucester. Our small dining room seats 12, offering a quality dining experience in relaxed, informal surroundings. The pub has retained its status as a favourite with the locals and serves a selection of Real Ale straight from the cask.
We look forward to welcoming you.
Tel 01452 840 381
Great food, local ales and ciders, an extensive wine list in a relaxed informal atmosphere. Real log fires in the winter and a large sun terrace in the summer – all in a village pub. Our menu changes regularly but is always focussed on simple food cooked well. We use local seasonal produce to ensure our food is the best quality on offer. We source our produce from some of the best local suppliers and get some produce from our own farm.
There’s lots to look forward to this year. Our monthly special nights will be continuing on the first Monday of each month. Monday 1st March is Welsh Night so join us for some great Welsh dishes using local Welsh produce. – three courses £15.
Mill Race Shortlisted for Two National Awards
We are delighted to have been shortlisted for the second year running for Food Pub of the Year and first time ever for Freehouse of the Year in the Publican Awards. Only 6 pubs nationwide have been shorlisted in each category so we have done very well to get this far. The winners will be announced on 21st April!
Glewstone Court Hotel
Christine and William Reeve-Tucker have owned and personally run the Hotel and Restaurant since 1987, they are justifiably proud of their food and service. We are proud to promote our local farmers and growers and there is always great local food served on the menu; at the moment wet walnuts from the magnificent tree in the garden are being served with our superb artisan cheese platters. We were to delighted to be awarded commended- in the Restaurant of theYear( third place in the county) and a finalist in the Breakfast of the Year in the annual Flavours of Herefordshire Awards. We enjoyed visiting the producers and were very impressed with both the range and quality of their products- see www.herefordshirefoodlinks.org.uk for further details or read our blog.
Glewstone Court has received numerous awards and accolades over the years and is set amongst fruit orchards in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty overlooking the Wye Valley just five minutes from Ross on Wye, ten minutes from Monmouth and a quarter of an hour from the Royal Forest of Dean which is great for rambling in.
Glewstone Court is ideally situated for countryside pursuits such as touring and exploring, horse-riding, canoeing or golf, or to simply provide the perfect relaxing break. We welcome children and dogs under control and always do our utmost to make sure that your stay with us will be a happy one.
The Royal Oak Much Marcle
We offer a fantastic menu featuring a big range of steaks, many other pub dishes and our famous Herefordshire Steak and Stout Pie everyday of the week. A roast Sunday lunch served every Sunday 12 – 4pm. We have a cosy Pub bar featuring local real ales, wines and other beers.
The Pub is set in 3.5 acres of beautiful Herefordshire countryside and has car parking for 150 cars. We are very child friendly offering smaller portions and a special menu too.
The Ship Inn
High Street, Newnham-on-Severn,
Forest of Dean, Glos. GL14 1BY
Tel: 01594 516283
The Ship Inn & Restaurant in Newnham only use the best local ingredients from the Forest of Dean & Wye Valley.
About the Ship Inn
At the Ship Inn Restaurant you’ll find freshly prepared, high quality, Italian and Mediterranean food with a warm welcome on the side.
The opening of The Ship Inn Restaurant by its proprietor Adrian Eyles is the latest phase in an ongoing refurbishment programme of this character building which dates back to the 17th century. The Ship Inn is personally managed by Adrian, who has an established reputation for Fine Cuisine in the Forest of Dean from his previous restaurants, “Carriages” and “The Dog & Muffler”.
The menu at The Ship Inn is Mediterranean with an Italian focus and offers a varied selection of light meals and salads through to pasta and char-grilled dishes using quality fresh ingredients. All pizzas are prepared in-house using freshly made dough and cooked on stone to create an authentic Italian taste and thin crust texture. Daily specials are also available, as are Sunday Roasts… served with a difference!
Where is the Ship Inn?
The Ship Inn is situated in the High Street of the picturesque village of Newnham-on-Severn on the west bank of the river. Once well-known as a port, today the village is regarded as one of the favourable observation points for the Severn Bore.
History of the village dates back to the Middle Ages and despite some changes the High Street has retained its character throughout the years. Today’s well tended appearance continues to be enhanced by the many trees and massed daffodils in spring followed by floral displays during the summer months. Newnham-on-Severn’s enviable location in the Forest of Dean makes it ideal for visiting the many surrounding areas of outstanding natural beauty.