The Bridge Inn (Inn with Rooms)

Eating Out in Herefordshire

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The Bridge Inn (Inn with Rooms)

Eating Out

The Bridge Inn(Inn with Rooms)is a 16th century riverside inn, restaurant and campsite idyllically located in the small village of Michaelchurch Escley.

Situated in the shadows of the Black Hill, alongside the Escley Brook and amongst the weeping willows, The Bridge Inn (Inn with Rooms)is a wonderful location from which to explore the Golden Valley, Brecon Beacons National Park and Offa's Dyke Path.

Recently having been lovingly restored, with traditional wood burning stoves, a friendly and relaxed atmosphere, The Bridge Inn(Inn with Rooms) serves cask conditioned real ale and a selection of local ciders.

Walkers, locals and passers-by are welcomed to enjoy the warm, relaxed atmosphere with excellent locally sourced food and drink.

Our menu changes regularly, in order to offer you fresh new dishes. We like to offer a selection of pub classics, along with a few chef specials.

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