Situated in Monmouthshire, in the heart of the picturesque Wye Valley, South Wales. The Lion Inn is a well established and extremely popular public house.
Built in the late 16th Century, actually completed in 1580, The Lion Inn was originally a coaching inn, brew house and pig farm. Many of the original features of the brewing cellar still remain, as do a number of outhouses that were used as pig sty’s.
The Lion Inn is the only traditional inn in the ancient village of Trellech. It consists of two rooms, both with open fires and exposed wooden beams. One room is used as a traditional village bar, the other as a restaurant area.
The pub stocks a fine range of real ales and ciders, as well as the traditional range of keg Lager, Bitters, Ciders, Guiness and Spirits including a large range of whiskies, Gins and Rums.
The whole emphasis of the pub is towards the traditional – Traditional Beers, Real Ciders, Quality Home Made Food and a Friendly atmosphere.
Monday – Wednesday
12:00 – 23:00
Thursday – Saturday
12:00 – 00:00
12:00 – 22:00
Monday – Saturday
12:00 – 18:00
Please mention any special dietary requirements
(vegetarian, gluten free, peanut allergy).
Please also mention if you are bringing a dog.
The Lion Inn Cottage was originally an Elizabethan stone pig cot.
The cottage has been tastefully decorated in a traditional country style and can sleep a family of four. The open plan room is enhanced by skylights and contains a double bed and double sofa bed.
The luxurious marble tiled bathroom contains a spacious shower unit. The fully equipped compact kitchen has been made to measure and boasts a traditional Belfast sink, double hob, microwave and refrigerator. Central heating (supplied by new slim-line storage heaters) and a carpeted floor ensure the cottage is cosy all year around.
To the front of the cottage a walled patio ensures privacy and is a sun trap during warmer weather. A welcome pack is available and packed lunches can be provided at a small cost, if requested.
Low Season £90 to £100 per night.
High Season £100 to £110 per night.
Prices assume 2 people sharing.
All year £70 per night 1 person.
Well behaved dogs welcome £5.00 per dog per day.
Low Season £70 to £80 per night.
High Season £80 to £90 per night.
Self Catering Tariff we provide bedding & towels only.
Packed lunches can be provided.
£9.00 each includes sandwiches, soft drink, fruit, chocolate & crisps.
May – September
Decemeber 22nd – January 5th inclusive
October – April
We all live busy lives and it is increasingly difficult to pause and make time for friends and family.
Come and join us at 6PM to start the festivities with Christmas carols around the fire, accompanied by the Narth singers who will be raising funds for this year's chosen charity
Come and join us at 8PM for the grand prize draw of our yearly Christmas raffle
Plum duff Sunday menu served from 12-3PM
Come and join us for a night of fun, whether you like to perform yourself or just wish to sit and watch, everyone is welcome. Fun begins at 8:30PM
Come and join us for a night of fun, Can you remember everything that happened in 2021 or Santa's reindeers names? registration from 7PM quiz begins at 8PM
Live music from 8:30PM presented by Sick Note Steve
We will be hosting a six course gala dinner followed by live music from Sick Note Steve.