Newent lies in the north of the Forest of Dean, this attractive, un-spoilt market town has buildings dating back to the 13th century and a half timbered market house, all part of the town centre conservation area. Newent Lake close to town is a tranquil attraction that offers a home to a diverse range of wildlife. Newent is also home to the world famous Onion Fayre and is the birthplace if Joe Meek the legendary 60’s maverick record producer.
Eating in or near Newent in the Wye Valley and Forest of Dean
3 Shires Garden Centre
The Gallery Restaurant and Carvery, and Plantation Café, offers daily - breakfast, morning coffee, light lunches, lunch specials, Carvery, afternoon tea, and cakes. Peaceful lakeside setting, with outdoor and indoor children’s play areas. Children’s meals and lunchboxes available.
The Beaufort Arms Coaching Inn & Restaurant
Family run, bar, light meals & brasserie, specials/fresh fish. Winter log fires, summer terrace garden. Excellent food, real ales and wines in a relaxed, informal atmosphere. AA rosette for food, Routier Inn of the Year 2008 – CAMRA Recommended – Welsh Rarebits.
Three Choirs Vineyard Restaurant & Rooms
The restaurant is set on a ridge overlooking the 75 acre vineyard. All dishes are prepared from fresh ingredients and where possible local produce is used. Service is relaxed to enable you to enjoy the beautiful setting.
The Kilcot Inn where Gloucestershire meets Herefordshire is a traditional pub with en-suite bedrooms. We offer locally sourced, seasonal food, a wide range of ales and ciders, and a well thought out wine list focusing on quality and value.
Yew Tree Inn
Set in a glorious rural setting on the slopes of Mayhill, formerly a cider house, it retains many of the old features and great atmosphere. Food plays a big part at The Yew Tree with the emphasis on home cooked, local seasonal produce.