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Where to Refuel – Our Favourite Cafes and Restaurants

Feeling a bit peckish? Here are a few of our favourite places to sit down and chow down in Dean Wye… 

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    Humble by Nature © Wye Dean Tourism

    Humble by NatureThis local cafe uses the produce grown on the farm with a menu that changes with the season. Stop by Thursday – Sunday from 10-4, and for groups, private dining is available.
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  • Mandy Moo’s – A salad sandwich cafe that includes vegetarian and gluten free options. Don’t miss out on “pulled pork fridays”, homemade sweets, and Hot Lunch plates.
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  • Abbey Mill – Come for the morning coffee and cakes, but stay for the lunch specials and the infamous “Dragon Pie”. Abbey Mill in Tintern is also home to the “Mill Wheel” teacake, which is big enough to share.
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  • The White Monk – Right next door to Tintern Abbey, stop by and get some of your favourite traditional Welsh dishes and bring home some delicious homemade fudge.
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  • The Butchers Arms – One of the oldest pubs in Wye Dean, they pride themselves in providing excellent service and good quality food wince 1802.
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    The Mill Race © Wye Dean Tourism

    The Mill Race – Every Tuesday, Thursday, and Sunday evening, the chef fires up their outdoor wood fired oven to cook Italian style pizzas in front of guests. Along with pizzas, pub classics are also a favourite as well as the wealth of local ales and ciders and over 120 local wines.
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  • Harry’s Restaurant – A modern restaurant set in a period building. The menu is full of traditional British classics with modern influences from European and Mediterranean countries.
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  • 1861 Restaurant – Priding themselves in serving excellent food at reasonable prices, their food is “prepared with care, cooked with passion, and served to your delight”.
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  • Foresters Family Restaurant – Enjoy dining on daily specials al fresco in Whitemead Forest Park. Their children’s play area and dog friendly status makes this the perfect place to stop by for a quick family meal.
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    The Walnut Tree © Wye Dean Tourism

    The Walnut TreeThis Michelin Starred favourite has an eclectic mix of foods and an a la carte menu that changes daily, you’re sure to get a different dining experience with every visit. All dishes are subject to availability of the ingredients.
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  • The Stonemill Country Dining – This restaurant was once a barn that was happily converted into a unique location for dining. Everything on the menu is made with locally produced foods. If you’re planning on going for Sunday lunch, we highly recommend booking a table.
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  • Hunters Restaurant at The Royal Lodge – This restaurant is set in the Ancient Royal Hunting Lodge in the heart of the Wye Valley. Their food is locally sourced and their menu comprises of both local and international dishes.
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