Here on the borders of Wales, Weobley is a village with many timber-framed houses, some dating back to the 1400s. The village is surrounded by beautiful countryside and has little traffic.
Weobley, described as the jewel in the crown of the “black and white” villages, has many attractions in its own right as well as being an excellent base for touring the area. As the largest village in Herefordshire it is still able to support a range of services including various shops in the High Street where there is ample street parking. The 185 foot tall Weobley Parish Church spire stands sentinel over the village and has many historic features of its own. Stroll around the village centre, visit the local museum, the pottery, and take time to appreciate the ambience of this picturesque corner of olde England.
Ye Olde Salutation Inn is situated in the centre of the village with views down the high street from the bar and restaurant.
Stu's early training and experience in catering and hotel management was gained in London, Paris, and Berkshire. He moved to Herefordshire in 1998, and spent the next three years working at "The Sal" for the then owners, Chris and Fran Anthony. After they sold "The Inn" in 2001, Stu and Fran teamed up to run the well-known Berries restaurant at Oakchurch, Staunton-on-Wye, growing the business very successfully for some seven years. Chris and Fran have since moved to France – details of their B & B on request – and Stu bought Ye Olde Salutation Inn from a national pub group in April 2011. Stu says: "Funny how things turn out!"
Winner of many awards in the past, "The Sal", as it is known to the locals, provides a warm Lounge Bar welcome to visitors in its two convivial bars which serve a range of beverages, including real ales. Ye Olde Salutation Inn is a free house, so we are able to source our beers from local as well as national brewers.
There are two interconnecting table service restaurant areas, traditionally furnished and carpeted. The comprehensive menu offers a range of à la carte dishes as well as a daily set lunch, together with a range of bar snacks and light bites. Food can be enjoyed either in the lounge bar or the restaurant, or, weather permitting, outside on the terrace.
We offer three comfortable ensuite letting bedrooms for bed & breakfast stays. All were completely refurbished and updated following Stuart's purchase of Ye Olde Salutation Inn in April 2011. All the rooms are spacious and light and include flat screen TVs, tea and coffee making facilities, hair dryers and other touches you would expect from an establishment which aims to meet the needs of its customers.
From Leominster:Take the A44 Rhayader (A4112) Brecon. After 3.4 miles, turn left into Meadow Street B4230, signposted Weobley. Take the first left into the centre of the village and continue up the High Street to the 'T' junction. The 'Sal' is directly across the road.
From Hereford:Take the A438 (Whitecross Road) towards Vowles Close. At the roundabout (0.4 miles) take the 2nd exit heading West for 1.5 miles then turn right onto A480; continue for 0.7 miles. At the roundabout take the second exit and continue West on A480 for 6.5 miles. Turn right onto B4320 heading North for 2.6 miles. This will bring you into the village and, immediately opposite the 'T' junction into High Street, The 'Sal' is on your left.
From Brecon: Leave Brecon to join the Brecon by-pass, A470 for Builth Wells. At the crossroads (4 miles) continue straight on taking the A438 for Hereford and Leominster. Continue on the A438 until the junction for Builth Wells (A479), (second exit from the roundabout). After about 0.7 miles continue forward onto the A438 for about 14 miles. At 'T' junction turn left onto the A4111 (Kington, Leominster A4112) then right onto the A4112 for Leominster (A44). after about 5 miles turn right on the B4230 - Meadow Street. Take the first left into the centre of the village and continue up the High Street to the 'T' junction. The 'Sal' is directly across the road.
In 2017 the BBC's "The One Show" selected Weobley as one of the most attractive villages in the country. It has an outstanding Norman church whose spire can be seen for miles around and many timber framed buildings over 500 years old.
For details of the village of Weobley and the surrounding area, please follow this link to the village website: Click here
The Tourist Information Centre is at the very hub of the original medieval grid, where the first market stalls made their historic mark. A warm welcome awaits visitors here, and details can be found of all the finest attractions, historic sites, galleries and events in the area.
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