This small isolated pub once achieved national fame when temporarily re-named the Miners Arms as the coal mines were being closed wholesale in 1991. Housed in what was once an old cider mill, you enter a simple no-frills, high-ceilinged bar with bare stone walls and a large wood-burner. An archway leads through to the breakfast room. From the patio are superb views, particularly sunsets, over west Herefordshire and into Wales. Occasional live music. Homemade pie & mash is offered.