Herefordshire has a small but vibrant wine industryproducing a range of fresh and fruity white wines.  The grape varieties used are generally Germanic, and many of the vineyards have restaurants and viticulture displays as well as offering tasting. 

Lulham Court lies in the Wye Valley,a few minutes drive from the Portway Inn.  They produce an award-winning range of wines, some of which are available by the glass or by the bottle in our bar and restaurant. 

The Coddington Vineyard lies between Ledbury and Malvern and grows Bacchus, Ortega and Pinot Gris. 

Broadfield Court is at Bodenham, north of Hereford.  They produce wines using the Huxelrebe, Reicensteiner, Madeline Angevine, Muller-Thurgau and Seyve grapes. 

Frome Valley Vineyard is at Paunton Court, between Ledbury and Bromyard.  They also use the Huxelrebe and Madeline Angevine grapes.

Enjoy Local Activities

Herefordshire, the home of cider, is steeped in history . It's full of coffee shops,  restaurants, grand architecture and has recently been modernised with a new shopping district, a modern theatre and a brand new cinema complex.

Furthermore, the villages surrounding The Portway Inn are more than just pretty places to visit. Each one has its own character and community, with tea-rooms, shops, craft workshops and pubs waiting to welcome the visitor.

Nature walks or the latest blockbuster, the possibilities are endless. Have a look at a few here...