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Our business name is ...

The Penny Farthing
  Our business activity is ...

Public house, restaurant and B&B;
Aston Crews

Contact: Jane Thompson
Position: Manager
Tel: 01989 750 366
Web Site:
About Us...

Dating from 1867, The Penny Farthing is set in beautiful rolling countryside on the borders of Herefordshire and Gloucestershire.
The area is famous for its abundance of fruit and vegetable growers and also for some of the best meat in the country, especially the famous Hereford beef. Our menus features good quality, locally sourced food at value for money prices.
Our restaurant is perfect for Sunday lunch and special occasions, while the bar is great for informal eating or just having a drink and socialising with friends We also have a private dining room for small parties that can be used for celebrations, shooting parties or just for privacy. There is also a large garden with stunning views towards Wales and the Malvern Hills.
For business customers, make the most of your lunch hour by booking your lunchtime meal before 11.30am on the day of your visit to The Penny Farthing by phoning 01989 750366.
We have at least two real ales on at all times and of course local cider! Our wine list has been compiled using a lot of the lesser known wineries so that we can offer you excellent quality wines at a very reasonable price.
The Penny Farthing has two B&B rooms that are en-suite, so you can join us for a night or even a weekend and enjoy the atmosphere of this lovely old pub, and of course the beautiful surrounding countryside.

The M50 motorway is 5 minutes away, with its links to the M5 and A40 (leading to the M40 so we are very accessible.

We look forward to welcoming you to
The Penny Farthing Inn and Restaurant.

Opening Times
Monday to Saturday
11.00 - 3.00 6.00- 11.00
12.00 - 3.00 6.00 - 10.30
Food Served
Monday to Saturday
12.00 - 2.00 6.30 - 9.00
Sunday Lunches
12.00 - 2.30
Sunday night bar menu
6.30 - 8.30
Soup of the day
with fresh bread
Warm salad of bacon, black pudding and sauté potatoes
Goats cheese and sun dried tomato crostini
with pesto served on dressed leaves (v)
Grilled Tiger Prawns
with garlic butter and mixed salad
Salmon and crab fishcakes
with a sweet chilli sauce
Chicken liver pate
with toast
8oz fillet of beef
with a stilton crust and port wine sauce
Slow cooked 5 spice & honey pork belly
Roasted butternut squash and sun dried tomato risotto (v)
Braised local lamb shank
with a rosemary jus
Chicken with smoked bacon, button onions and mushrooms


Pan roasted duck
with a wild berry sauce
All of the above served with fresh market
vegetables and potatoes of the day
From the Grill
Three Counties Steaks
Served with mushroom, tomato, homemade onion rings chips & salad.
Sauces: stilton or brandy & peppercorn
Char-grilled 10oz Sirloin
Char-grilled 10oz Rump
All our steaks are hung for at least 21 days
to produce an excellent flavour

£2.50 £13.95
We also have boards for chefs specials, vegetarian
and fresh fish dishes and of course, our range of homemade puddings!
So that children can enjoy proper food most dishes are available in half portions (under 12s only)
At the Penny Farthing we use local suppliers as much as we can and try to
source our produce to avoid using GM food and intensive farming practices.
To see The Penny Farthing's bar menu
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