Red Lion Hotel - Bredwardine

Red Lion Hotel - Bredwardine
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A former 17th century coaching inn, the Red Lion Hotel in Bredwardine retains much of its olde world charm and characteristics. Enjoy an overnight stay in one of our comfortable rooms, a drink in our oak panelled bar, and eat in our lounge or dining areas. There is also a secluded beer garden perfect for sunny days and light evenings. We have many local beverages on offer and source much of our food locally too.

We are child, dog and group friendly, but please ask that if arriving in a group you ring in advance to check availability and that larger group's pre-order food.

The hotel is perfectly located to enjoy the many attractions and activities Herefordshire has to offer. Including Hereford city cathedral and Mappa Mundi, the famous book town of Hay-on-Wye, or canoeing down the winding River Wye. We also have fishing rights to a stretch of the river know as the Moccas Fishery with day tickets and seasonal tickets available for coarse and fly fishing.


Our opening times vary throughout the year. Please visit our website for the most up to date information.
  • Drinks Menu

    • Bar
    • Herefordshire Beer
    • Herefordshire Cider
    • Herefordshire gin/spirits
  • Amenities

    • Breakfast available
    • Drying room
  • Welcomes

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

    • On-site cafe/restaurant
    • Free Wi-Fi
    • High chairs available
    • Outdoor Seating
    • Public toilets
  • Parking

    • Free parking
  • Special Features

    • Garden
    • Historical Interest
    • Rural location
  • Food Menu

    • Locally Sourced (Herefordshire or neighbouring counties)
    • Takeaway available

Directions & Parking

Map pin Red Lion
Follow your satnav to HR3 6BU, or map to Bredwardine in Herefordshire and you won't miss us.

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Bredwardine itself boasts the splendid red brick Bredwardine Bridge which dates back to the 1760s, the Saxon period St. Andrew's Church with 2 medieval memorials, and Arthur's Stone (a neolithic tomb over 5000 years old, where legend has it, King Arthur, slew a mighty giant).