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The Kilpeck Inn


Kilpeck is famous for its Romanesque church, a few minutes' walk from this 250-year-old whitewashed pub that's run by chef patron Ross Williams. Commendably green, the pub uses a wood-pellet burner for underfloor heating; rainwater to flush the loos; and solar panels for hot water. Typical dishes might include pan-fried duck livers with brandy and pink peppercorn sauce and sourdough toast; local venison braised with red wine and chestnuts, parsnip mash and flower sprouts; roast breast and confit pheasant leg, straw potatoes and bread sauce; and rhubarb crème brûlée. The bar stocks local real ales, and draught cider from Westons in Much Marcle.

Further information

Tel: 01981 570464
Please quote 'The AA'.
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Principal beers

Wye Valley Butty Bach & Bitter, Guest ale


12-2.30 5.30-11 (Sun 12-4)


25 Dec, Sun eve, Mon L


Children welcome.
Dog friendly.
Coach parties catered.

The Kilpeck Inn, Kilpeck


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From Hereford take A465 S. In 6m at Belmont rdbt left towards Kilpeck. Follow church & inn signs

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