© 2017 The Stagg Inn Ltd. Design
The Stagg Inn is closed all day on Mondays and Tuesdays. We do not have guests staying on either evening, guests staying on Sundays are served breakfast on Monday mornings as the rest of the week.
We open at 12pm for lunch Wednesday to Sunday with last food orders at 2pm and 2.45 pm on Sundays
We re-open at 6.30pm with last food orders at 9.00pm and 8.30pm on Sundays
We do not serve morning coffee or afternoon tea, all bedrooms have facilities for tea and coffee making with fresh milk and real coffee.
Closures in 2017
We are closed after lunch on Christmas Eve until Thursday December 28th.
We are closed after lunch on December 31st until Wednesday January 3rd.
It is always helpful to book a table and essential at the weekends. This can be done by e-mail or telephone 01544 230221.
To enquire about accommodation availability please phone or e-mail. To book, we will need to speak over the phone as we do ask for credit card details. We are a small operation and do try to answer the phone all day and all evening, sometimes we are too busy serving customers during peak service times or may be attending to our arriving overnight guests. We aim to answer emails 4 times a day and once or twice when we are closed on Mondays and Tuesdays.
We supply vouchers for any denomination with no use by date which can be used for food, drink or accommodation on more than one occasion, you can collect or we will post just give us a call on 01544 230221.
If you have to cancel a room booking within 14 days of your booked stay, we will charge 50% your room rate to the card supplied. Insurance can be obtained to cover this.
The Stagg is an old building, built on a slope and has been enlarged many times over the years. All rooms are on different levels. One of our dining rooms has disabled access through a fire door which can only be opened internally; 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. The Vicarage staircase is not so easy as the stairs are listed with the banister pre-dating the house. We have no disabled toilets at present.
Please phone to discuss accessibility issues further and we will be delighted to help.
Please be aware that we are unable to get taxis at short notice in this rural area, they do need to be booked in advance. Do check the price before booking.
Kington Taxis 01544 302 542
Knighton Taxis 07970 727553
Julie's, Hay 07899 846592
Presteigne 07572 112 757
Leominster Goldline 01568 611100
Children are welcome at The Stagg and we are happy to provide half portions of all dishes, food without sauces etc. We now have a children’s menu which is on the Menu page. We have one highchair and a ‘z- bed’. We do not have a cot or children's play area in the pub garden or baby changing facilities.
Dogs and Cats
Dogs are welcome in the bar at The Stagg and in pub bedrooms, but not in The Vicarage. We have a cat Dixy at the Vicarage though he is not allowed in guest areas !
Groups of 10 or more diners
If you are a group of 10 or more we ask that you order from an abbreviated menu. We do not cater for groups of over 10 on Saturday evenings. On Sunday lunch times there is no need to order from a different menu, but we do take a deposit of £10 per head at the time of booking, should numbers change we will take the full deposit off your final bill if you let us know by Midday the Friday before. We do not cater for Stag or Hen parties.
Things to see and do
For more information on walking or cycling in the area see Herefordshire Council's helpful website and Offa's Dyke information.
Visitors enjoy the slower pace of life and a potter around the towns of Ludlow and Hay on Wye, both 35 mins away.
You will find information on our marvellous local churches, The Black and White Trail, Mappa Mundi and the many open gardens. This year there is a Gardens in the Wild festival in and around Titley.
Kington has England's highest golf course and Hergest Ridge (see Mike Oldfield) and Hergest Croft Gardens.
Presteigne is the first town in Wales and is home to the fantastic small museum The Judges Lodgings as well as an international music festival in August, just outside is Bryan's Ground.
The dams of Elan Valley make a super day trip.
Leominster is a small market town chock full of antique and bric a brac shops.
Visit Breweries, Chase Distillery, Monkland Cheese and cider makers and museums, farm shops and markets.
The Stagg Inn Ltd.
Tel: 01544 230221
Registered in England and Wales
VAT no. 709 7233 26
© 2017 The Stagg Inn Ltd. Design