Beer Gardens In Herefordshire

The great British beer gardens in Herefordshire are something to be celebrated. Sitting outside in the fresh air, enjoying a drink and alfresco dining is one of the great pleasures of the summer.

18 Beer Gardens In Herefordshire That Are A Must Visit This Summer

There are plenty of bars, cafes and restaurants that provide diners with the opportunity to eat al fresco in Herefordshire. Soak up beautiful views of the River Wye, gardens and terraces whilst enjoying local food and drinks.

The great British pub beer garden is something to be celebrated with family and friends. Sitting outside enjoying a local glass of cool cider is one of the great pleasures of the summer so make the most of some of our brilliant beer gardens in Herefordshire.

The beer garden at The Grove near Leomister has been designed to compliment our new 12 hole mini golf course. After you’ve mastered the course, why not relax in the garden’s cosy al fresco seating area. There are also some outstanding golf courses with stunning outdoor space.

We have riverside pubs including Ye Olde Ferrie Inn and the Saracens Head Inn, pubs surrounded by open land like the Live And Let Live, the Secret Garden has outdoor pods, pubs with walled gardens, pubs with playgrounds and of course there is always top pub grub made with local produce and local drinks on tap and in bottles.

We have sampled a few over the years and the selection below have been included for their panoramic views and lush foliage, some for their summery drinks or irresistible food menus and some for their riverside location.

Enjoy the sun and your amigos, and thank you beer gardens!

The Yard is a great place to chill with friends, where there are only good vibes, good food and absolutely fabulous cocktails. Smack bang in the middle of Hereford City, you can enjoy the feel of a mini exclusive festival where you can pick food from AROT’s restaurants, being The Bookshop, AROT: Dark Kitchen and The Burger Shop. A great addition to the beer gardens in Herefordshire.

The Beefy Boys have expanded their outdoor dining space due to their popularity and the demand for their insanely good, award winning burgers.

Enjoy a cocktail or milkshake (they are from another world they are that good) and catch-up with pals over some loaded, filthy fries!

Herefords speciality gin bar also has a significant large beer garden out the back where you can spend hours with friends putting the world to right whist drinking a few bevvies in the sun.

Ideal place to spend an evening, especially when there is a game on!

Enjoy a bottle of wine in The Bunch of Carrots large beer garden and escape from everyday life. Share some traditional pub classics and even some real ales!

Deep in the heart of Herefordshire countryside, the 16th century black and white building is surrounded by natural beauty of the River Lugg. Authentic and atmospheric, you could spend many a content evening in their beer garden, just soaking it up.

There is plenty of outdoor space by the river or in the terrace garden to eat when the weather allows. A wander around their kitchen garden is highly recommended.

If you love the outdoors why not checkout our article on gardens in Herefordshire.

You can book an outdoor garden pod at The Secret Garden where you can enjoy quality and private time with friends. Perfect for those long lazy summer afternoons. Get the bubbly in and cheers to a good time.

Relish in the riverside views at De Koffie Pot in Herefordshire, where there is plenty of outdoor space and live music to keep you going till the early hours.

Perfect spot to meet after a bike ride for a refuelling meal. Maybe you wish to nip in for a quick drink with friends. Or if you are planning an epic all day drinking session – it is the place to be!

Gilbies is tucked away in a beautiful and cosy courtyard, away from the hustle and bustle of Hereford City. Serving a delicous all day menu including tapas and fine wines.

Their covered courtyard with big marquees & lots of heaters is a great place for alfresco dining.

With a wonderful, friendly team, this Gastro Pub offers an excellent range of drinks and a great menu to tempt your taste buds.

After walking the Malvern Hills why not recharge your batteries with a spot of alfresco dining at The Trumpet near Ledbury. As one of the best beer garden in Herefordshire is also dog friendly.

A real ale pub, set within spacious grounds, The Alma Inn is cosy and relaxed, where visitors and locals alike can enjoy a good pint or tuck into a tasty bar snack or pub meal.

At the rear of the pub is an acre of land which is used to stage the Linton Festival. One of the many festivals in Herefordshire.

There’s lots of space for kids to run around and let off steam. Their cosy beer garden in Herefordshire features wooden tables and chairs and a delightful borders. There is enough space for all.

The Chequers welcomes families and well behaved dogs. In the beer garden there is a patio area with plenty of outdoor seating with picnic tables and soft sofas.

Although not a beer garden this alfresco dining space is worth a mention and a visit. No 9 The Balcony is a seafood restaurant in the City of Hereford.

Running along the entire restaurant is a balcony with views of the courtyard below. Covered in fairy lights – it is like a dream!

We had a cracking night at @no9thebalcony. The seafood was delivered fresh from Cornwall that day and my goodness was it delicious! We picked tandoori monkfish with salt and pepper squid. But you can also enjoy scallops, oysters, mussels, a delicious take on the lobster roll, and Cornish crab. It is so lovely to see more seafood in Herefordshire!

The Crown and Anchor dates from the early 18th century and is a recently-refurbished black and white building hosting two bars. 

Dogs are welcome in the outdoor terrace and beer garden where BBQ’s are frequently held in the summer!

The Golden Cross Inn has a large bar area, featuring a stone counter with a huge English Oak top, playing host to a fantastic array of drinks.

No Herefordshire pub would be complete without a broad selection of locally produced cider and The Golden Cross is no exception!

Enjoy peace and tranquillity at the Castle House Hotel where you can spend an afternoon strolling their gardens and feeding the ducks!

The Bridge Inn is an award winning 16th century riverside inn with rooms, campsite, romantic glamping yurts and is idyllically located in the small village of Michaelchurch Escley.

“One of the best pubs to enjoy a summers lunch” said The Guardian and The Mail declared “It’s achingly lovely, with willows weeping down the footbridge”.

One of the best beer gardens in Herefordshire.

This 16th century riverside inn sits on the east bank of the River Wye at Symonds Yat, where customers can watch life on the water while enjoying wine, real ale or eating al fresco from a quality menu.

Saracen Head Inn has two riverside terraces, both of which overlook the glorious River Wye and the hand ferry as it ferries people from Symonds Yat East to Symonds Yat West.

The great British beer garden is something to be celebrated.

The Cock Of Tupsley is a great place for alfresco dining for all the family offering affordable food and reasonably priced drinks, including craft ales.

With a play area and a beer garden it is the perfect family-friendly pub for Crown And Anchor alfresco dining. The play area keeps the kids out of mischief and the beer garden for the grown-ups to enjoy a drink outside and keep an eye on the children.

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