Eat in Ledbury

Where to eat in Ledbury

Please Note: Useful information when staying in holiday lets or for anyone visiting the area.  Although we do try to ensure listings are correct, Country Holiday Lets recommend that prospective visitors always check with the destination before making plans. It is advisable to check review sites for the latest on these places to eat as owners, chefs, staff change and can affect the quality. These listings are meant as a guide only.

The Feathers Hotel

High Street, Ledbury town centre

Beautiful black and white building dating back to the 16th Century with three eating places to choose from, good food in an historic backdrop

Sitara Indian Restaurant

19 High Street, Ledbury town centre


Traditional and contemporary Indian dishes are on the  menu as well as mouth watering sweets after the main courses.

The best quality fresh ingredients and spices along with huge expertise from the chefs ensures Indian food that is second to none.

The Seven Stars

The Homend, Ledbury town centre

The Seven Stars has a warm atmosphere where you can relax and enjoy good company. Order a drink in the bar with its open fire and windows that let you watch the hustle and bustle of the town. Enjoy our freshly prepared food in the bar or in the restaurant

The Talbot Inn

New Street, Ledbury town centre


The Talbot Inn has combined the best of hospitality and atmosphere for more than 400 years, a warm welcome is extended to you from the managers, Andy and Maria Ward and their staff.  A simple menu using local produce and with real ales an ideal place for lunch or dinner.

The beautiful oak panelled dining room with its fine carved overmantle, was once the scene of fighting between the Cavaliers and the Roundheads. On cold nights, a cosy log fire awaits visitors in the warm and welcoming bar.

The Olive Tree

The Homend, Ledbury town centre

Italian Restaurant serving authentic traditional cuisine using the freshest of local ingredients where possible.  A Take out service is also available.

Cameron & Swan Cafe/Deli

15 The Homend, Ledbury town centre


Cameron and Swan is a new independent café-deli in Ledbury, Herefordshire and is fast becoming one of Ledbury’s most popular eateries. It’s owned and run by local sisters Bec Swan & Hannah Cameron.

The licensed café has a relaxed and stylish environment and offers a daily changing menu of homemade breakfasts, lunches and patisserie, to compliment the food they serve delicious coffee, fantastic teas and an array of cold drinks throughout the day. The cake counter is full of  delicious, colourful and tempting homemade cakes, tarts, and patisserie, while the deli offers a careful selection of local, British and continental meats, cheese and antipasti, and an exciting selection of their own products too.

Mrs Muffins Tea Shop

Church Lane, Ledbury town centre

Award winning tea shop in the heart of Ledbury with a pretty courtyard garden to enjoy al fresco dining, open all day.
The Beauchamp Arms Dymock, Gloucestershire ( Near Ledbury)


The Beauchamp Arms is what you expect of a classic, English, village pub. There is a fireplace in the bar, polished furniture, brasses, and other ornaments

The pub always has a good selection of real ales and other drinks. Pub food is served in the bar and the restaurant at lunch-time and in the evening.

Food is served daily from 12 noon till 2pm, and from 7pm till 9pm. No food on Sunday evenings and all day on Mondays.

The Trumpet Inn Ledbury outskirts, Herefordshire


A newly refurbished traditional country pub and restaurant offering locally produced, home cooked food and superb cask ales including the famous Wadworth 6X and Henry's IPA.

Two roaring log fires, good food & drink perfect for the winter.

The Wharf House Over, Gloucester

Award winning waterside Restaurant and Accommodation, situated in Over on the edge of the historic city of Gloucester.

All profits made by The Wharf House are used for the promotion and restoration of the Herefordshire and Gloucestershire Canal Trust.