Win an overnight stay...

by Webmaster, 22nd September 2020

…with dinner at The Riverside at Aymestrey, Herefordshire, then lunch at The Bateman Arms

This month, one lucky Welsh Border Life reader has the chance to win a night in the historic and beautiful Riverside at Aymestrey, situated between Ludlow and Leominster, in a prize worth £250.

The winner will enjoy a night for two in a Garden Room, with views of the river valley and the 16th-century timberframe pub.

They’ll also tuck in to dinner at the fine on-site restaurant. Then, the following day, they’ll head five minutes down the road to The Riverside’s sister establishment, The Bateman Arms, for a delicious lunch.

Both venues are traditional country pubs with a local, sustainable ethos, and many of the ingredients come from their own kitchen garden.

To enter, answer the following question:

By which river is the Riverside at Aymestrey situated?

a) River Lugg  b) River Glugg  c) River Plugg

To submit your answer, together with your name, address and telephone number, send an email to: By entering this competition, you consent to your email address being added to the newsletter database, but it will NOT be passed to any third party.

The Riverside Inn, Aymestrey HR6 9ST. Tel: 01568 708440. The Bateman Arms, Shobdon HR6 9LX. Tel: 01568 708374.


T&Cs: One winner will receive an overnight stay for two in a Garden Room at The Riverside in Aymestrey, Herefordshire. Prize includes dinner for two (up to £25 allowance per head) and lunch at The Bateman Arms in Shobdon. Competition closing date 31st October 2020. Prize valid until 31st March 2021. Subject to availability. No cash alternative. Usual competition rules apply. Max one entry per person. The editor’s decision is final.


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