The Temple Bar Inn


Raising the Bar

Since the 1850s, this Inn has also been used as a court house, corn exchange, and stable. Previous innkeepers claim to have seen ghosts of a boy and a dog as well as other apparations in the oldest parts of the building and it is possible that the land on which it is built has links with the
Knights Templars.

The bar retains its oak beams and floorboards, flagstones, and open log fire. Its snug leather armchairs tempt those pasing by to come in and relax, while enjoying coffee and cake, or homemade bar snacks – Curried cashews, spicy nuts, olives, or pork scratchings.

A tasty selection of bar meals is available from Monday to Saturday 12 noon – 2.30pm, and also 5pm – 7pm (last orders taken at 6.45pm) from Wednesday to Saturday.

Our Restaurant Menu is available from Wednesday to Saturday 7pm-9pm, and we serve Sunday Lunches on Sunday 12 noon-2.30pm

Local ciders are sold here, as well as real ales, including the smooth Butty Bach (Welsh for ‘little friend’), pale yet distinctive HPA from the Wye Valley Brewery, and a regularly changing guest ale.