Green Dragon Inn
The Green Dragon Inn is the quintessential English, black and white, low beamed country pub.
The pub is a real ale venue and was voted Herefordshire CAMRA Country Pub of the Year for 2006, 2007, 2008 along with the coveted title of Pub of the year in 2008, which it shared jointly with the Barrels. It was voted outright county winner of Pub of the Year in 2010. We are in The Good Beer Guide, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013
It has an unspoiled warren of small discrete rooms, each with its own real fire and the centrepiece of a grand inglenook fireplace.
Relax in our sheltered outdoor contemporary eating and drinking area.
The Green Dragon offers offers 6 exceptional cask ales, and a fine range of ciders and lagers alongside our food which is freshly cooked every evening Tuesday to Saturday and Sunday Lunchtime. Our kitchen is closed on Monday.
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