The Bridge Inn is a 16th century riverside inn with guest rooms located in Bridge Farmhouse, shepherds hut accommodation and small campsite & idyllically located in the small village of Michaelchurch Escley.
Situated in the shadows of the Black Hill, alongside the Escley Brook and amongst the weeping willows. The Bridge Inn is a wonderful location from which to explore the Golden Valley, Brecon Beacons National Park and Offa’s Dyke Path.
Recently having been lovingly restored, with traditional wood burning stoves, a friendly and relaxed atmosphere, The Bridge Inn serves cask conditioned real ale and a selection of local ciders.
Come and enjoy the warm, relaxed atmosphere with locally sourced food and drink served in an unfussy cosy riverside country pub.
Our menu changes regularly and is available on the menu page for you to see what dishes are currently available. We like to use produce from some of the fantastic local farmers and artisan producers in the area.
Herefordshire has more orchards than any other county in the UK and around the Bridge Inn we are lucky to have lots of great cider makers. One of our favourites is Gwatkin down in Abbey Dore. We always have 3 or 4 of there ciders.
The Golden Valley is great location from which to explore Herefordshire, Powys and Monmouth. Why not come and enjoy one of the many local festivals.
This years Hay on Wye Literacy Festival runs from 21st to 31st May, Abergavenny Food Festival run on the Weekend of the 19th and 20th September, we have our annual duck race on Saturday 29th August. There are also many farms markets in the area, the nearest being Vowchurch which local farmers and artisan producers run on the last Saturday morning of each month.