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About 7 miles West of Leominster (the nearest train station is here) and 3 of Eardisland, also on the River Arrow, is one of two black and white villages in Herefordshire. Occupied since the Magna Carta, mentioned in the Doomsday Book, Pembridge used to be a market town during mediaeval times. A village today, it still retains it’s charm, attractive buildings on every street and liveliness and is the crowning glory of north Herefordshire’s Black & White Village Trail!
Ye Olde Steppes dates from the mid-16th century and was possibly a rectory until 1777. Now the steps lead from the market place into the churchyard. The church of St Mary is 14th century but contains 2 archways dating from the 12th century Norman era. Nearby is The Old Market Hall (an ancient pagoda-like building) which is again from the 16th century. Behind this structure is found The New Inn – ironically one of the oldest pubs in the county! This and the other pub here, The Red Lion, offer food and real ale. The Kings House was originally a pub (The Greyhound Inn) but is now a restaurant. Dunkertons Cider Shop is open every day too!
Pub and Bar
The Kings House
Pembridge C of E Primary School
Marstons Meats Farm Shop
Townsend Farm Shop & Butchery
Old Chapel Gallery
Adrians Medical Books
The Old Steppes Village Shop
Places to Stay near Pembridge
Three beautiful cottages, tastefully converted from 16th century farm buildings and located on a 500 acre working livestock farm in the scattered rural hamlet of Luntley. With exposed oak beams, trusses and wall timbers the ... More
Staunton House is an early 19th Century rectory set in countryside near the historic town of Leominster, providing extremely comfortable B&B accommodation.
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The Bateman Arms, an 18th Century three storey Inn with rooms, is situated in the village of Shobdon in the unspoilt County of Herefordshire on the English, Welsh Border.
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Mortimers Cross Inn
Set within a modernised coaching inn, this charming residence is situated on the Offa’s Dyke footpath in the small market town of Kington, which lies on the Welsh border.
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Radnorshire Arms Hotel
The Radnorshire Arms is a warm and welcoming, family run hotel which lies at the heart of the old county town of Radnorshire, Presteigne (Llanandras in Welsh, meaning 'the church ... More
Upper Newton Farmhouse
“Any thought of traffic jams were forgotten, as far as the eye could see were rolling hills and fields, ducks waddled across the pond and a delicious farmhouse tea awaited me in the lovely drawing ... More
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Town centre hotel, originally a 15th century coaching house sympathetically updated, oak beams and winter time log fire. Beautiful surrounding countryside, memorable for black and white timbered villages, ... More
Extremely comfortable and well appointed 17th Century townhouse in the centre of historic Leominster moments from all taverns, restaurants and facilities. Secure private parking for all guests.STRICTLY NON-SMOKING
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