The Whitebrook
  • Chef Patron Chris Harrod
  • Selecting fresh, local ingredients
  • Local and English wines
  • Guests enjoying The Whitebrook hospitality
  • Bringing the flavours of the valley to the plate
  • Newly refurbished rooms at The Whitebrook
  • The Whitebrook, at the hear of the Wye Valley

A Michelin Star Restaurant With Rooms In The Wye Valley

Chris Harrod

Chris Harrod, chef patron, and his wife Kirsty, manage a stylish restaurant with rooms. Their emphasis is on an experience of excellence throughout. They have already won a clutch of awards, including a Michelin star and 4 AA Rosettes.

At the Whitebrook, our passion is to deliver flavour, creating new menus using the freshest ingredients. Our superb restaurant service combines with a relaxing ambience, so that our guests have a truly memorable dining experience.

Chris and his team prepare original dishes using locally sourced food flavoured with freshly foraged herbs and plants to create the surrounding valley on the plate.

We welcome guests to enjoy lunch, dinner or our tasting menu.

To complete the peace and tranquillity of your visit, we offer eight comfortable rooms overlooking the glorious Wye Valley and woodland.

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Plus Chris Harrod is shortlisted for a Hotel Catey in the Hotel Restaurant Chef of the Year category
The Great British Chefs feature gives a fascinating insight into the abundance of wild and wonderful produce which finds its way into Chris' cooking. Plus don't miss chef Chris Harrod demonstrating at the Abergavenny Food Festival
‘Everything but the Squeal' will feature on the menu until the end March, making way for a new season of foraged produce - PLUS a special midweek offer.

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