PLACES TO EAT

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THE SARA­CENS HEAD INN, SY­MONDS YAT EAST, HERE­FORD­SHIRE

Views from the ter­races make this tra­di­tional pub on the east bank of the River Wye a pop­u­lar spot for lunch. Clas­sic hearty fare, from cider-cooked mus­sels to Welsh Black steak, fea­ture on the menu, as well as veg­e­tar­ian op­tions such as Ched­dar and herb gnoc­chi or spiced bean burger on sour­dough bread (sara­cen­sheadinn.co.uk).

TIN TABERNACLE TEAROOM, BAI­LEYS, BRID­STOW, HERE­FORD­SHIRE

Hav­ing browsed the home­ware in the Bai­leys store, take some re­fresh­ment in this quirky former church build­ing, which was sal­vaged by the own­ers and set up in the grounds. Along­side sand­wiches is a se­lec­tion of lo­cally made cakes. Open week­ends only (bai­leyshome.com).

TU­DOR FARM­HOUSE, CLEAR­WELL, GLOUCES­TER­SHIRE

From the bread to the ice cream, ev­ery­thing served in this ho­tel’s rus­tic-style restau­rant is made in the kitchens. Head chef Rob Cox and his team also use fruit from the ho­tel’s own trees in some of the sea­sonal food on of­fer (tu­dor­farm­house­ho­tel.co.uk).

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