This small charming restaurant regularly has visits from cycling clubs as they tour this beautiful area. The interesting and varied menu draws regulars from around Herefordshire where they enjoy a leisurely meal beautifully presented.Don’t expect a huge wine list – you can have red or white. Bookings are essential and usually required well in advance! Jules offers coffee and cake before midday and bookings are not essential for this. Just drop in and enjoy!
Authentic Indian & Bangladeshi cuisine.
Ye Olde Salutation Inn
Whether you visit for a three course meal or just call in for a pint and a natter, we hope that you will enjoy our hospitality and return again soon!
Winner of many awards in the past, the Sal as it known to the locals, provides a warm welcome to visitors with its two cheery bars. A range of excellent food can be had either in the bar or the restaurant or outside on the terrace.
Stu moved to Herefordshire in 1998 and spent the next three years working at the Sal for the then owners, Chris and Fran Anthony. After they sold the pub in 2001, Fran and Stu leased the restaurant at Oakchurch Farm Shop in Staunton on Wye, which they ran very successfully for seven years. Chris and Fran have now moved to France and Stu has bought the Salutation Inn. Funny how things work out!
There are three accomodation options:
All the rooms are spacious and light with sofas, televisions and everything else you would expect from an establishment which aims to meet the needs of its customers. The en-suite rooms are from £80 per night with single occupancy from £50, and this includes breakfast.
Mid-Week Bar Specials Monday to Thursday Lunchtime and Evening Pie and a Pint £10!
Steak & Mushroom
Turkey & Ham
Pork, Sage & Apple
Broccoli, Mushroom & Stilton
....and others may be available on the day
OR, alternatively, Fish & Chips!
All served with peas and either chips or new potatoes
(Only available in the lounge bar and public bar, not for tables in the dining room.)
Tudor Guest House Bed and Breakfast
The Post Office
20 Broad Street
Contact: Anne Tootell
Tel: 01544 318201
The accommodation offered is either double or twin rooms with en-suites. All rooms have TV and tea and coffee making facilities. Full English breakfast is served in the charming ‘Olde Worlde’ dining room.
Your small dog is welcome to come with you and you can enjoy the lovely garden from where you can see the Parish Church of St. Peter and St. Paul where "Unconditional Love" was filmed in 1999.
The Gables Guest House and Tearooms
Contact: Mr David Williams
Tel: 01544 318228
The Gables Guest House is a fine example of the traditional Black & White architecture of Herefordshire. This large half-timbered building, built of the local oak, stands proudly in the centre of Weobley.
Weobley today boasts of its local facilities at a time when many villages are losing theirs. Come try us! The Gables offers the visitor warmth and luxury and delicious cream teas and sandwiches.
One former famous Weobleyite is Col. John Birch - a Cromwellian soldier who captured Hereford during the Civil War, became governor on December 22 1645 and was jailed up to twenty times for quarrelling with Cromwell, he died here in 1691.
The Green Bean Cafe
Contact: Chris and Alison Saunders
Tel: 01544 318537
Relax and unwind with a holiday or weekend break at Mellington House.
Situated in the centre of the village, Mellington House offers a choice of Bed and Breakfast or Self Catering accommodation.
Our B&B apartments are comfortably furnished with excellent facilities. Accommodation comprises both twin and double rooms with private en suite bath or shower rooms, own sitting room and kitchen area. There is also large garden for guests to enjoy.