Steve and Nicola Reynolds have owned and run The Stagg Inn for the past twenty years with the help of a committed and long-serving team of staff.

The Inn is at the meeting point of two old drovers roads and has been added to and changed over the centuries. We have tried to be true to this rustic heritage and serve local produce in the cosy bar and dining rooms.

Over the years we have won various awards for our food and drink, we are Herefordshire Dining Pub of the Year in the Good Pub Guide 2020 and have twice won their National Award.

You will find us in most guide books including Hardens, Good Food, Good Hotel, Michelin and Sawdays.


Due to the social distancing measures we have put in place we will now be open Wednesday – Saturday for Lunch (12-2.30pm) and Dinner (5.30-9.30pm) and on Sundays for Lunch (12-3pm) only.


It is always helpful to book a table and essential at the weekends. This can be done via the website, e-mail or telephone.


The Stagg is an old building, built on a slope and has been enlarged many times over the years, so all rooms are on different levels. One of our dining rooms has disabled access, although unfortunately the toilets are not easily reached from there at present. Our main door into the bar is not regulation width, but wheelchairs can and do get into the bar.

All bedrooms in the Stagg Inn are up the pub staircase, which is fairly wide and gentle. Please call us to discuss any accessibility issues further. We will be delighted to help.


Book a table by phone, email or this website. Booking is recommended at all times and essential at the weekend.


Book to stay with us here, or if you’d rather stay at The Old Vicarage, a 5 minute walk away, book here.


We’re providing a take away service during the COVID-19 pandemic. Book your take away collection service here.