Whitney Court is situated in the Wye Valley, a few miles east of Hay on Wye. With views across the Wye to the Black Mountains, Whitney is the perfect starting point for many an adventure.

Whether you wish to explore the wilds of the Brecon Beacons, visit the famous Black-and-White Villages of the area, or simply mooch around Hay to find a perfect read, Whitney is a great place to call home.


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Dining out

There is no shortage of fresh and local produce in this traditional farming area. If you are looking for somewhere special to dine out, Ludlow has a name for excellent cuisine … from fine dining at La Becasse and Mr. Underhills  to the exceptional Green Café  at Dinham Mill. 

We also recommend:

  • The Sun at Winforton… the chefs use local and good quality ingredients and everything is cooked fresh. Award winning (Taste of Hereford) but you need to book at week-ends.
  • The Tram at  Eardisley is a lovely, family friendly pub with a garden and local ales. It’s all proper home cooking, a very popular place to eat and once again, you really need to book in advance.
  • The Stagg at Titley was the first pub to be awarded a Michelin star in 2001. It has a great reputation and is beloved of food journalists. Don’t forget to book well in advance.
  • Tomatitos, is a new tapas bar and restaurant in Hay-on-Wye 
  • Shepherds Ice cream parlour is a coffee house and ice cream parlour in Hay. The ice-creams are all made from local sheep’s milk … a healthier kind of yummy.


Do drop us a note if you discover somewhere special to add to this list.