Excellent pub and restaurant. Outstanding ales. Great atmosphere. Truly unique. Claims to be the oldest pub in Wales. Lots of beams, flag stones, log fires and thatched roofs. The food is first class home cooked pub food.
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We popped in for Sunday lunch as a large family (4 adults, 2 teens), the first thing you notice is the building, it is stunning. Set in a small village and lovely thatched roof it just looks welcoming. Once inside you can tell the buildings...More
Sunday dinner here is treat with a great menu to choose from. Caters for fairly large groups and provides a friendly service. A lovely pub all round.
We stopped for a drink in this old and charming historic pub. The thatched roof and stone walls are fascinating to see and it was fun to watch the locals.
Food was good but expensive. Didn't think the staff were particularly friendly. Went twice first time ate in one part of the bar which was ok and no one said anything. Second time told rather abruptly couldn't eat there despite only one other dinner who...More
been here on more than one occasion with family and friends for a meal upstairs cannot fault it, exhalent food and drink
Had yet another fantastic meal at this Pub, a Sunday Lunch. They do 1,2 or 3 courses. I can highly recommend having a 3 course. Excellent quality and very reasonably priced. Very friendly and efficient staff and a beautiful historic building.