The Garway Moon Inn is a family run Freehouse which is popular with locals and tourists alike. Dating back to the 18th Century as a pub it overlooks the Garway common. The pub offers a cosy restaurant and a bar with a roaring fire. We are proud to provide an extensive menu sourced wherever possible from our local farmers and boast a large range of Ales and Ciders. We are very excited to say you will find us in the 2014 Good Beer Guide. You can relax in the beer garden on a warm sunny day whilst allowing the children to play on the common and play area.
Three 4 star AA rated B & B rooms are situated over the bar and restaurant. This is perfect for visiting family in the area, or an ideal location to explore the Wye Valley and the South Wales boarders. View the beautiful countryside on one of our many walking trails with panoramic views from Garway Hill or visit the Knights Templar church built in 1180 and dovecote built in 1326 located in the village.
Muddy Boots, children and dogs are welcome.
We hope to see you soon!