Welcome to the Harp at Old Radnor

The Harp is a lovely old Welsh longhouse inn, perched on a hilltop overlooking the beautiful Radnor Valley, close to the Powys/Herefordshire border.
Family owned and run. The Harp is a real pub, with ancient slate floors, oak beams, antique settles and a huge open log fire. Our cosy bar now offers cask-conditioned real ales, local cider, and a wide range of good wines and soft drinks. The menu comprises of home-cooked and mainly locally-sourced food and offers simple pub classics like home-cooked ham with free-range eggs and proper chips alongside imaginative modern dishes created by our chef.

If you want to stay, there are five comfortable guest rooms with views over the stunning Radnorshire countryside. Accommodation includes a traditional cooked breakfast using local produce for which the region is justly famous.  Modern advantages of power showers, free WiFi and Freeview TV included. The Harp welcomes well-behaved dogs.

The area is at the heart of a number of nationally important walking trails, including The Offa’s Dyke Path, and The Mortimer Trial. The area is a great base for cycling, mountain biking, fishing, kayaking, horse riding or golf on England’s highest 18 hole course. There are waterfalls and forests to explore, home to many elusive species of birds, flora and fauna.

Whatever your interest in our area we look forward to welcoming you to the Harp and to helping you enjoy your time in this border country we have grown to love.  Well behaved dogs are welcome in the bar (but we do keep some of the eating areas dog-free) and rooms.  We are delighted to be included in current editions of the Good Pub Guide, CAMRA Good Beer Guide, Michelin Red Guide and Sawday’s Special Places (Great British Pubs and Hotels & Inns) and to have a current TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence based on the online reviews we have received.

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