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The Tram Inn

Church Road, EARDISLEY, HR3 6PG

With its name recalling a 19th-century, narrow-gauge, horse-drawn railway, this 16th-century inn is one of Eardisley's many traditional, black-and-white-timbered buildings. Wood-burning stoves warm the bar for the Wye Valley Butty Bach drinkers who, in summer, might be found playing boules in the garden. Landlords Mary and Kerry Vernon like to champion their 28-day-aged steaks. And quite right too, as a visit will confirm, although they'd understand if instead you chose cheddar and mixed herb sausages, rich tomato sauce and sweet potato chips; roasted loin of pork with stuffing, crackling and apple sauce; or one of their steak, ale and button mushroom pies.

Further information

Tel: 01544 327251
Please quote 'The AA'.
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Principal beers

Wye Valley Butty Bach, Hobsons Best Bitter

Open

12-3 6-12 (Fri-Sat 12-3 6-12.30 Sun 12-3 7-11)

Closed

Mon (ex BHs)

Facilities

Children welcome.
Garden.
Dog friendly.
Coach parties catered.

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On A4111 at junct with Woodeaves Rd

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