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About Malswick House, near Newent

Malswick House is a traditional country inn conveniently situated on the B4215 in Malswick, near Newent, and replaces The Travellers Rest.

A sister venue to the popular Wharf House, profits from both venues will go directly to the Herefordshire and Gloucestershire Canal Trust for reinvestment in the local Hereford to Gloucester canal rebuilding.

Visit Malswick House and you can expect to find a relaxed bar area, dining room and large beer garden, as well as a marquee available for functions and events, while we're also firming up plans to host regular live music showcasing great local talent too.

Malswick House have a strong emphasis on serving great quality food using local ingredients, and the Malswick House menu spans grazing options such as Severn and Wye salmon gravlax with dill mustard, chorizo croquettes and moules mariniere; as well as a selection of sandwiches and paninis, perfect for a lunchtime bite.

A dedicated burger selection includes a 6oz Malswick beef burger, a jerk chicken or Moroccan lamb option, as well as a tasty veggie falafel alternative; with a trio of hearty homemade pies to choose from, all accompanied by mash or chips.

While steak lovers will have a selection of sirloins to choose from, with further traditional dishes including classic highlights such as beer battered fish and chips with homemade mushy peas or belly of pork with apple and onion stuffing and mash - see the Malswick House menus here for full information.

There's a fantastic selection of craft beer at Malswick House, with local ales and cider on tap, and an extensive variety of wines - including nearby Three Choirs’ finest - available by the glass or bottle.

Whilst exploring the forest of Dean and Leadon Valley, then pop into Malswick House for a friendly atmosphere combined with great food and drink!

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