The Baiting House

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British
  • Upper Sapey, Herefordshire WR6 6XT
  • 01886 853201
  • £20 - £30 VISA MASTER CARD DELTA SOLO SWITCH
Opening Hours
Lunch
Tuesday - Friday 12:00 - 14:30
Saturday 12:00 - 15:00
Sunday 12:00 - 15:30
Dinner
Tuesday - Saturday 18:00 - 21:00
Rooms Available
Rooms Available
Alfresco Dining
Alfresco Dining
Bar
Bar
Child Friendly
Child Friendly
Onsite Parking
Onsite Parking
Parties Welcome
Parties Welcome
Vegetarian
Vegetarian
Pet Friendly
Pet Friendly

The Baiting House is a friendly historic inn at the heart of its community in beautiful countryside on the Herefordshire / Worcestershire borders. On offer is fresh, locally sourced seasonal food, complemented by a great selection of local ales, ciders and a well thought-off wine list. At lunch-time, there is an à la carte selection as well as sandwiches and snacks, available Tuesday to Saturday, and on Sundays there is a cracking Sunday roast. The à la carte dinner menu is available Wednesday to Saturday - Tuesday night is village fish & chips night with a pint or glass of wine included. This delightful inn also offers 6 luxury en-suite bedrooms, with have comfortable beds, power showers, flat screen TVs and luxurious toiletries. A hearty full English breakfast for two is included in all room rates.

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Customer Reviews

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by Louise Pritchard on 26 Jun 2016

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The restoration and refit of the pub is A1. It is really special, with attention paid to every detail. The staff where very friendly and efficient. The main chef was away when we visited so the menu was reduced. Food was good and well presented, above standard for a pub (except for the steak which was very disappointing, tasteless and poor quality meat) Also need more veggie options. Will definitely go again though as everything good apart from the steak (only reason marked as average).

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by Amanda Brown on 25 Jun 2016

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This is a great village pub/restaurant. I had the beer battered fish and chips which was delicious, the cod was really light and very fresh, pudding was out of this world. It's a lovely friendly place offering good food and excellent service. I will definitely be going back there.