Dating from the 17th Century the Inn is named after John Kyrle "The Man of Ross" who spent much of his time and wealth improving the welfare of Ross and its people. His portrait and inscription describing his life and times can be found outside above the bar window.
The pub is well known throughout the town and surrounding area and is definitely a local customer’s favourite, whilst also extending a warm welcome to all visitors to the popular Ross on Wye Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty holiday location. On fine days many people enjoy making use of the space outside to relax, chat and watch the world go by.
Our Famous Tempura Battered Fresh Jumbo Cod served with Double Cooked Chips, Garden Peas, Homemade Tartar Sauce, Salad Garnish & Lemon Wedge.
‘Butty Bach’ is Welsh term meaning ‘little friend’. This smooth and satisfying premium ale is burnished gold in colour, and certainly has made a few friends in its time – including the judges at The Great Welsh Beer Festival, where it has been crowned ‘Beer of the Festival’ on three occasions! Butty Bach is brewed using Maris Otter and Crystal malts, flaked barley, malted wheat, and locally grown Fuggles, Goldings and Bramling Cross hops. With such fine ingredients, no wonder it remains a firm favourite .
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