Man of Ross Inn

Man of Ross Inn

We’re a locally run family business located just a 2-minute walk away from the River Wye and Ross-on-Wye town centre.
We have a courtyard outdoor seating area which is ideal for sunny days, enjoying a stunning view of the surrounding Wye Valley and beyond – blankets and patio heaters are available for those chillier evenings! During the winter months, you’ll be grateful to come in from the cold and sit in our cosy bar next to the wood burner.
We serve generous portions of home-cooked food making use of local produce (including the local specials’ menu varying from fresh seafood dishes to sharing platters). We recommend those hungry enough to try our giant tempura battered Fish & Chips which are available to eat in or take away.
A smaller children’s menu is also available along with our popular ‘Mr Whippy’ style ice cream machine. Our wide-ranging drinks selection has something for everyone, including award-winning real ales, local ciders, gins, and teas & coffees.
Muddy boots and four-legged friends are welcome outside and in our bar area. We’ve proudly been awarded several accolades over the last few years including the Cask Marque Certificate of Excellence, ‘Best Pub and Bar in Ross-on-Wye’ by Restaurant Guru, TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence, and a 5 Star Food Hygiene rating.


Open from Midday 7 days a week
  • Drinks Menu

    • Bar
    • Herefordshire Cider
    • Herefordshire Beer
  • Welcomes

    • Children welcome
    • Dogs welcome
    • Free entry
    • Accepts groups
  • Facilities

    • High chairs available
    • Outdoor Seating
  • Special Features

    • Historical Interest
    • Garden
  • Food Menu

    • Locally Sourced (Herefordshire or neighbouring counties)
    • Takeaway available
    • Vegetarian menu
Man of Ross Inn
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Wye Street

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By taking a short 2 minute stroll past St Mary’s Church, you’ll find the Prospect Garden with views over the famous River Wye horseshoe bend, Malvern Hills and the Black Mountains.