The Baiting House
Here at The Baiting House we’re passionate about supporting local farmers, butchers and producers.
Our kitchen uses simple, seasonal ingredients to create amazing food that gives a new twist to traditional British dishes.
We’re as passionate about local produce with our drinks as we are with our food. Our ale selection focuses on the great beers produced by the Wye Valley Brewery just down the road, complemented by ales from Hobsons Brewery in Cleobury Mortimer and the Ludlow Brewery.
Our ciders are from Tenbury Wells and from Herefordshire. We even take the local theme to our spirits, where we stock the entire selection of gins and vodkas produced by the amazing Chase Distillery. You’ll also find a few Chase cocktails available.
Our wine list reflects our approach to enjoying good food and good wine. It offers all the classics but also tries to be a little bit adventurous. We offer a wide selection of delicious wines by the glass, and also have a “private reserve” of great quality wines for that special occasion.
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