The Lich is a traditional town pub with wood panelling and coal fires in the winter. Outside there is a large decked seating area. The whole pub is disabled friendly and background music is non-intrusive. Free Wi-Fi is available. We welcome dogs as long as they are kept on a lead. The Lich attracts an eclectic mix of customers, all of whom are made to feel part of the family, so why not come along and experience its unique atmosphere for yourself.
Award winning cask ales
There is much more to the Lich than just its excellent food. It is also rightly famous for its array of real ales - six regulars and one guest ale. The Lich is a past runner-up (from over 1,200 Star Pubs and Bars) in the Best Cask Ale category, an accolade which speaks volumes for the hard work Andy and his team put in every day to ensure that you are served the perfect pint. As well as excellent beers you'll find a wide range of fine wines by the glass or bottle, draught and bottled ciders and lagers, spirits and coffees. And new for this winter are our range of specialist gins and rums.
Your "Must Go To" for televised sport
The Lich has a reputation as Hereford's "rugby pub" with all big games shown live. You can also watch, football, cricket and racing on our three screens (one of which is super-large and one which is outdoors). As well as terrestrial TV, we have all the Sky Sports channels.
Rockin’ and Rollin’ on a Sunday afternoon
The Lich also hosts regular live music events, mostly on the last Sunday afternoon of the month. Our line-up features local and national bands with the emphasis on grown-up Rock and Blues.
From The Good Pub Guide
"A pub since the 18th c (originally The Dog) in picturesque pedestrianised area near cathedral; dark panelling, some stripped brick and exposed joists, impressive plasterwork in big-windowed front room, traditionally furnished with dark pews, padded pub chairs and a couple of heavily padded benches, hot coal stove, charming Greek landlord and friendly staff, well kept Adnams, London Pride, Caledonian and Sharps, enjoyable food from sandwiches up including selection of Greek dishes, good Sunday roasts, daily papers; faint background music - live blues/rock last Sunday of month, games machines; children welcome, no dogs, picnic-seats in pleasant back courtyard."