The Tram InnHereford
Church Road
Herefordshire HR3 6PG
The Tram Inn in Eardisley is an attractive black and white half-timbered public house in the centre of the village. Its name commemorates the horse-drawn trams that brought goods and freight from Brecon to Eardisley and on to Kington in the early 19th century. In those days the building provided stabling for teams of fresh horses.
This popular pub is a Free House serving a range of locally produced beverages and food. It is family owned and run, and open for business Tuesday to Saturday for both lunches and suppers, and fresh home cooked traditional roast dinner (lunch) on Sundays. It is recommended you book your table in advance to avoid disappointment.
Opening Times
Tuesday – Saturday:
12:00 – 15:00 (Food until 15:00 hours)
18:00 - Close  (Food until 21:00 hours)
12:00 – 15:00  (Food until15:00 hours)
19:00 – Close. (No food).
Open Summer Bank Holidays
Contact & Further Information
Telephone   01544 327251
Getting There
Follow the directions for getting to Eardisley Village on this website.
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