Sip a sparkling, white or rose, or even try mead in the farm shop tasting room at Parva Farm Vineyard between Tintern and Brockweir. The farm is open year-round and there are guided vineyard tours, or you can explore on your own. Then, head into Tintern itself for coffee and cake at The Filling Station, or cross the river and hike a few miles along Offa’s Dyke to Brockweir & Hewelsfield Village Shop & Café which is a non-profit making community enterprise selling freshly baked bread and local produce and home to a cafe which also hosts exhibitions of local artists works. Loop back for lunch on the River Wye with views of Tintern Abbey at The Anchor Inn or drive north to the The Ostrich Inn on the edge of the Forest of Dean at Newland to experience a ‘Forester’s Feast’ – a hearty take on a Ploughman’s with three Welsh Cheeses. Retire to ‘UP’ a nearby wooden cabin with to-die-for views where you can take a bath under the stars and make bread over the fire pit.
Vineyard tours. Award winning wines. Wine and mead tasting. Sales/gift shop /plant sales. Picnic area. Open all year round.
Local Produce in or near Tintern
Café set in the Wye Valley and is community owned and staffed by volunteers specialising in local produce. It is a traditional oak construction combined with sustainable technology.
Cafe or Tearoom in or near St Briavels
12th Century Pub next to Tintern Abbey. Extensive gardens, kids play area, onsite parking & Tearooms that open between March & October. Local Real Ales & Ciders, home cooked, locally sourced food.
Pub / Restaurant in or near Tintern
Proper 13th century country pub opposite the Cathedral of the Forest. 8 Real Ales. Great food.
Pub / Restaurant in or near Newland
Super friendly café. Everyone is welcome including cyclists, walkers, tourists, families and residents. Great coffee, cakes, paninis, baguettes and more.
Cafe or Tearoom in or near Tintern