The Moddy Cow Pub, Ross on Wye, Herefordshire


Welcome to Moody Cow Country Pub & Dining

At the Moody Cow we have created the perfect place to relax and enjoy superb food, drinks and hospitality in a delightful village setting.

We are just minutes from junction 4 of the M50 and two miles from the historic market town of Ross on Wye in the beautiful Wye Valley.

We have created three dining rooms:

The workshop which uses upcycled industrial seating, reclaimed wood, subtle lighting and is filled with old tools that have a story to tell, bustling with activity and the theatre of cocktail making and the art of the barista.

The Kitchen, featuring scrubbed pine tables, heavy wooden chairs and filled with interesting kitchen objects, pewter tankards and the famous Moody Cow puzzle. 

The Barn, heavily beamed high ceilings, stone walls and soft lighting, generous and comfortable leather side chairs, circular tables altogether a more restful space, great for a more formal occasion

Our food is cooked from scratch with passion and care using an abundance of fresh local ingredients, some from our own garden, our menu is refreshed daily and we have been awarded a certificate of excellence three years running by the TripAdvisor community and a coveted listing in the 2015 and 2016 Michelin guide.

We have been awarded a maximum 5 star food hygiene rating by the Food Standards Agency.

Our selection of cask ales are kept in superb condition, and will always feature a locally brewed beer, we also stock a range of continental lagers and local ciders.

Our wine list is carefully selected to include new world favourites and some stunning locally produced wines.

Our service is Informal and attentive and we genuinely welcome children and pet dogs as long as they are with well behaved adults!

We look forward to seeing you soon.

If you would like to book a table please call Dawn or Chris on 01989 780470


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