When you come to Brinsop, some of you might want to eat out every night and others might eat out just once or twice. There aren’t a whole host of places to eat as it is very rural here, but what is available is generally very good or even excellent.
Brinsop to the Chinese is just short of two miles. People come from all over the area to sample the delights of Jasmine House which does a very good take away menu as well as the usual Chinese fare you can expect. It has been a while since we’ve eaten there ourselves, but it has a good reputation. Here are a couple of reviews .
Brinsop to the golf club is two and half miles. The Herefordshire Golf Club is set in the most stunning location with glorious views from every window of their restaurant which looks out across the golf course. Sunday lunch is traditional and excellent value but they are open 7 days a week and up to 11.00 every night and have a snack menu to choose from . The views really are fantastic and its worth going just for a drink if you don’t want to eat there.
Brinsop to the pub is 2.7 miles according to Google maps, so well within walking distance if you are keen drinkers! The Bell Inn is more than just a pub and has an excellent reputation for friendly people and great food. They keep their own pigs and make their own cider – how fab is that J. At the time of writing their website was down, but if you search for the Bell at Tillington it should come up.
Perhaps afternoon tea is your thing, in which case Brinsop to the Priory Hotel for a vintage afternoon tea comes in at 2.8 miles, although you do need a minimum of 10 people to partake! Dinner for two or more however is available although they like you to book a table and private dining for your party is also on the menu! We’ve had their afternoon tea and it is very yummy!
So there you have it – 4 nights of scrumptious and delicious, local food and drink.