Redbrook and the local area

A border village Redbrook is a lively and friendly community. We have two lovely pubs offering a wide range of drinks and great food and featuring regular live music. The Bell in Redbrook often stage themed food evenings when customers can dress up to enter the spirit off the occasion if they wish to. The Ostrich in Newlands is a delightfully quaint English pub serving excellent fare. There are many other good places to eat within easy driving distance including the highly acclaimed Penallt Inn where the owner offers a drop off service to Inglewood House guests as far as the village bridge. We are happy to drop off guest when possible to the Penallt Inn. The Michelin star Crown at Whitebrook. Hardwicks at Abergavenny and Restaurant 1861 near Abergavenny are all well worth a visit. Kate Hamblin’s farm with country courses and a restaurant is in nearby Penallt.

Redbrook hosts several festivals throughout the year. There is a day long music festival which provides entertainment for families as well. Live on the Wye is a lively annual music and entertainment event in Redbrook. A local charity Creative Mindz  host events for children and young people in and around Redbrook.

The village hall has a monthly pop up tea room serving fantastic home made cakes monthly and a pop up cinema.


Travel a little further afield to visit Abergavenny, the food capital of Wales, and home to various food festivals. You will find Jazz in Brecon, the lovely Shropshire town of Ludlow is a day-trip away, visit Chepstow, Monmouth for its fair and festival and Cheltenham races are close by.