The Welsh Borders are home to farmers producing great ingredients. Welsh beef and lamb, game from local estates, cheeses from world renowned dairies.
And, like so many things, food is best kept simple. We have built the reputation of the Griffin's kitchen on this maxim.
Menus change daily and seasonally. In winter you might have venison from the nearby Welsh Venison Centre, or in summer Welsh lamb with peas picked that morning from our own kitchen garden.
Where to eat? The smaller tables in the Library or Tack Room, warmed by the log fires. Or at a larger table in the Aga Room, for groups of up to 18. If you have a dog with you, we are happy for you to eat in the Bar or Tack Room.
And lunching in the garden under an umbrella is a realistic aim for the golden days of a Welsh summer. It has happened, we promise.
We never want to turn you away but we may not be able to find you a table if you turn up without booking. So, we recommend booking, even if you call only a few minutes before you arrive.