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About The Stockton Cross

A 16th century former drovers' inn, The Stockton Cross has been serving hungry (and thirsty) travellers for centuries. 


The name of Kimbolton does not appear in the Domesday Book, although the hamlet of Stocktune (Stockton) does feature. The civil parish of Kimbolton is reputed to be one of the largest in area in the whole of Herefordshire. 

Over a century ago it contained a wharf where coal was brought from Stourport on the old canal and stored on the banks. Evidence of this can be seen at The Moors further along the A49. 

Today the village is a lovely place to live and explore the Herefordshire countryside. It's also home to the amazing Stockton Bury Gardens, one of England's loveliest gardens. 


Bar & Restaurant Opening Hours

The Bar



Tuesdays 5pm - 11pm
Wednesday – Saturday

Noon – 11pm

Sundays Noon - 10.30pm


Mondays & Tuesdays Closed

Wednesday – Saturday

12 – 3pm


12 – 4pm


Monday Closed

Tuesday - Saturday 

6pm – 9pm
Sundays Closed for dinner