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Open for breakfast, morning coffee and cakes, afternoon tea, lunch and dinner; find out more about dining at The Wharf House - with full menus available to download.
Following on from the amazing success of 2015's event, don't miss the very latest on the 2016 festival - when visitors can expect a whole host of fun on and alongside the water.
Keep up-to-date with the latest news from The Wharf House and Herefordshire & Gloucestershire Canal Trust, and don't miss our upcoming events too!
The Wharf House is situated within great reach of an array of visitor attractions in Gloucester, the Forest of Dean and Cotswolds - including the historic Gloucester Docks.
Searching for the perfect Gloucestershire wedding venue? With views across the restored Over Basin and River Severn, The Wharf House could be just what you're looking for.
Autumn 2010 saw The Wharf House get fitted with 94 photovoltaic panels, as part of our ongoing aim to become self-sustainable - making for one of the largest solar power panel arrays in Gloucestershire.
Over, Gloucestershire, 0.0 miles
Situated on the banks of the River Severn and overlooking Over Canal Basin, The Wharf House kitchen garden boasts beautiful fresh cherries, blackberries and redcurrants - plus the extremely rare Over Apple, a variety we have brought back to its true home on the site. From 'farm' to fork in seconds, we draw upon this great bounty of seasonal produce whenever possible on our regularly changing menus.
Over, Gloucestershire, 0.0 miles
Harvested from our own beehives on site, our delicious Over Honey finds its way into a number of dishes and desserts on The Wharf House menu. Our busy bees are spoilt for choice foraging from nearby fruit trees, horse chestnut, clover, dandelion and local garden flowers - all of which are abundance in the Over Basin locality. You'll also find Over Honey for sale in The Wharf House shop.
Gloucester Docks, Gloucestershire, 1.7 miles
Gloucester brewery is a micro brewery located in the heart of the historic Gloucester docks, committed to producing the highest quality, and an exciting range, of real ales, using traditional brewing techniques and locally sourced ingredients.
Westbury-on-Severn, Gloucestershire, 6.3 miles
Situated on the edge of the Royal Forest of Dean between two of England's most celebrated salmon rivers. It is here that they practice the old-fashioned art of smoking with only the highest quality fish, sustainably sourced.
Longhope, Gloucestershire, 7.5 miles
This new local brewery has quickly gained a great national reputation, situated in a converted dairy at Holly Bush Farm, off the A40 in the Forest of Dean.The microbrewery's brewers are passionate about real ale and the importance of using the best local ingredients to make the likes of 'Legend Of Hillside', 'Legless Cow' and 'Over The Hill'.
Westbury-on-Severn, Gloucestershire, 8.7 miles
Local Yolks is a long standing family run business - a mixed farm based on the banks of the River Severn in the Forest of Dean. Their hens produce over 25,000 free range and farm fresh eggs a day - some of which are always destined for The Wharf House kitchen!
Newent, Gloucestershire, 9.2 miles
Juice pressed from prime, sweet fruit, grown in orchards at Newent. Bottles of this famous Gloucestershire juice can also be purchased at The Wharf House.
Newent, Gloucestershire, 9.8 miles
Dubbed one of England's leading single estate vineyards, Three Choirs boasts 75 acres of vines and a modern purpose built winery. It produces a small number of award-winning wines, selecting varieties which 'grow well and give grapes of the highest possible quality'.
Stroud, Gloucestershire, 10.3 miles
Making top quality jams, chutneys, marmalades and condiments under the label since 1989, Kitchen Garden still makes its delicious products by hand in open pans in small batches, for a superior flavour and texture.
South Woodchester, Gloucestershire, 13.4 miles
Started by husband and wife team Kit and Shireen Morris in 1989, South Woodchester-based Bottle Green has been making refreshing, clean crisp flavours for over 21 years. Their Elderflower varieties are particularly delicious!
Dymock, Gloucestershire, 13.8 miles
Charles Martell in Dymock has been producing Single Gloucester cheese and others since 1972. It is matured for around six weeks giving it a fresh and clean taste. It is eaten young, and goes well with a glass of perry.
Newnham, Gloucestershire, 13.9 miles
Based in Awre, Severn Cider has a passion for producing high quality whole juice craft cider and perry. To do this it sources fruit locally from orchards which have neither been sprayed or fertilised, and takes pride in selecting fruits from traditional, vintage varieties to provide the best flavours.
Stroud, Gloucestershire, 15.2 miles
Although we make some of our own breads at The Wharf House, Halls are suppliers of possibly the best tea cakes! A well-established bakery in Stroud with more than 100 years' experience baking daily fresh bread and pastries, using the finest of ingredients including flour from Shipton Mill near Tetbury in the Cotswolds.
Ledbury, Herefordshire, 16.4 miles
LDA Meats in Herefordshire have been distributing traditional local meats for over 80 years - matured on their premises to give maximum flavour and butchered by in-house professionals.
Ledbury, Herefordshire, 17.7 miles
Estalbished in 1880, Westons Cider makes its traditional English cider 'in the way people want cider to taste'. Based in Herefordshire, a county synonymous with cider, Westons harvests apples from its own orchards during the autumn months and blend their fermented juices into a distinctive and much loved range of ciders.
Cirencester, Gloucestershire, 19.2 miles
Since 1983 Cerney Cheese has kept to the original hand-made process of cheese making and continues to source its goats' milk locally. 'We like our milk-producing goats to be loved, cared for and preferably named!'.
Toddington, Gloucestershire, 20.9 miles
Martin's Meats was setup in 2003 by farmer Martin Glider, and has gone on to garner an enviable local reputation for high quality, dry matured meat - reared either on his own farm assured farm in Gretton, or from other farm assured farms in the Cotswolds.
Hereford, Herefordshire, 25.9 miles
This family-run dairy spans three generations and supplies quality milk throughout the local area - including from its own herd of cows.
Hereford, Herefordshire, 26.5 miles
Tanners is one of the UK's leading independent wine merchants, delivering a fine collection of wines and spirits all over the country; a family owned business run by fourth generation managing director James Tanner. The Wharf House uses Tanners to source more specialist single malt whiskeys, ports, cognacs and other decadent spirits.
Stoke Lacy, Herefordshire, 27.1 miles
Founded in 1985 and dubbed Herefordshire's leading brewer of cask ales, Wye Valley enjoys a reputation as a friendly, family-run brewery which cares about real ales. They use only the finest quality raw materials, sourced locally wherever possible.
Monmouth, South Wales, 27.9 miles
A leading artisan producer, Trealy Farm combines innovation and technology with traditional methods of curing, smoking and air drying inspired by its training with charcuterie makers across Europe.
Malmesbury, Wiltshire, 38.3 miles
Handmade, to traditional recipes, a range of mustards, relishes, sauces, chutneys pickles, vinaigrettes, fruit cheeses and savoury relishes. These tasty products can also be purchased at The Wharf House.
Leominster, Herefordshire, 39 miles
Tyrrells only uses potatoes from local farmers, their favourites being Lady Rosetta and Lady Claire, and when making crisps keeps the skin on for extra flavour, making them thick cut. They're then hand cooked in small batches, the old fashioned way, which is the best way to make sure every crisp tastes as good at the last.
Hook Norton, Oxfordshire, 42.2 miles
Sitting in its beautiful, mellow Cotswold Hills landscape, Hook Norton is a proudly independent and passionate family business that takes the very best of its handcrafted brewing heritage and combines it with a thoroughly modern approach, to create a range of real ales for today's drinkers to enjoy.
There are occasions when it's necessary to go further afield for our produce, in order to give The Wharf House's customers the very best.
Across the UK
We're passionate about wine here at The Wharf House, and every variety which makes its way onto our wine list has been given the taste test (it's a hard job...). What's more, all our wines are sourced direct from expert importers to secure the best quality product and value for our customers.
Farming and cheesemaking have been a way of life for the Appleby family for several generations. Their cheesemaking has changed little since it began in 1952 and the Cheshire variety is particularly good with a moist and crumbly texture, and a flavour which is clean, zesty and rich.
Fentimans was estalbished in 1905 and is famous for its 'botanically brewed beverages' - a simple process involving herbs and plant roots to create invigorating and full-flavoured drinks, including traditional ginger beer.
It's thought that cheese making was first brought to the Yorkshire Dales in the 11th century by Cistercian monks who arrived from Normandy and settled in the local abbeys. They in turn passed on the cheese making techniques to the local farmers of Swaledale and thus, Swaledale cheese was born.
With a store on Rue Saint-Honore in Paris, Michel Cluizel produces what we consider to be the world's finest chocolate.
Boasting the most intense scents and aromas of coffee, right from its lands of origin, Segafredo Zanetti's coffee is simply the best there is. Here at The Wharf House we only use the rarer dark roast - not available to members of the public and rarely used by other establishments - which boasts a deeper, more unique flavour.
See highlights from the popular annual event held at The Wharf House, Over Basin and new Vineyard Hill stretch of canal. Once playing, choose '1080p' in the playback settings for full HD quality, and don't miss the full screen option too.
Take a virtual tour of The Wharf House restaurant, rooms and surrounding area in this video showcase. Once playing, choose '1080p' in the playback settings for full HD quality, and don't miss the full screen option too.
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