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The Temple Bar Inn


Just a few miles from the Welsh border, The Temple Bar Inn is a popular pit-stop for walkers and cyclists exploring the Black Mountains and Herefordshire Trail. Painstakingly restored by the Jinman family, this handsome building was first licensed in the 1850s but before that it had been a court house, corn exchange, school room and stable. It is now very much the hub of the community, with locals popping in for pints of Wye Valley ales or foodies enjoying well-executed classics such as pan-fried chicken breast stuffed with chorizo; aubergine parmigiana with fig and toasted pine nut salad; or pan-fried sea trout with crushed new potatoes and lemon beurre blanc.

Further information

Tel: 01981 240423
Please quote 'The AA'.
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Principal beers

Wye Valley Butty Bach, Ludlow Gold, Butcombe Bitter, Otter, Kingstone Classic Bitter


All week
11-3 5-close (Sat-Sun & BH 11am-close)


25 Dec


Children welcome.
Dog friendly.
Coach parties catered.
Bedrooms available.



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Use the route planner for your trip

From Pontrilas on A465 take B4347 to Ewyas Harold. 1m turn left into village centre. Inn on right

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