Places to Eat
There are many excellent pubs and restaurants within easy reach of Little Acre with prices and cuisine to suit all budgets and tastes.

The Royal Oak - in Much Marcle, steak house restaurant serving food at reasonable prices.

The Walwyn Arms - in Much Marcle, open 7 days a week, carvery and a range of local ciders.  Children’s play area and skittle alley.

The Scrumpy House - at Westons Cider mill in Much Marcle - sample the cider while you are there.

The Crown Inn - at Woolhope.  Very good pub food freshly prepared on the premises using local ingredients.  Busy country pub with great atmosphere.
The Feathers Hotel - Ledbury’s landmark black and white hotel.  Restaurant and bistro style dining.

The Olive Tree  - Italian dining in Ledbury with a wide variety of meat and fish dishes plus the usual pizza and pasta.

Sitara - in Ledbury, Sitara prides itself on it’s warm welcome and excellent  Indian cuisine.

The Oak Inn - in Staplow just outside Ledbury.  Traditional pub food with a twist prepared by young enthusiastic chefs.

The Moody Cow - in Upton Bishop.  Revitalised by Dawn and Chris and well worth a visit for both the food and friendly welcome.  Booking essential.

The Roadmaker Inn - in Gorsley village.  Owned and run by 4 Ex British Ghurka soldiers the restaurant specialises in Nepalese cuisine.  Lovely food and excellent service.

The Three Horseshoes -  4 times winner Pub of the Year in the Flavours of Herefordshire awards.  A little further afield in the village of Little Cowarne but worth the drive.   A traditional family business with Norman (Dad) behind the bar and Jan (Mum) and Phil (son) in the kitchen producing wonderful food. Desserts that are certainly worth the calories.

Malvern Hills Hotel - situated in the heart of the hills.  Varied menu using locally sourced produce, friendly service.

The Kettle Sings - amazing views over the Severn Valley coupled with lovely lunches and afternoon teas make a visit to this tea room an absolute must.