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A few of us decided to stop off here for some refreshments whilst on a business trip, the pub itself is very nice and atmospheric, and we were told that it was very friendly, after about half an hour one of my colleagues went to...More
What a pub!! You walk in and you will be greeted with a geniue smile and you will get first class service. Book a pub table at the fire - absolutely brilliant. Nothing fancy or over the top just honest good service and the food...More
We went here for lunch. Couldn't not go to the oldest pub in Wales when we were right beside it. Menu is fine with a couple of veggie options. We had sausage and mash and the veggie lasagne. Both were tasty. Nice beer garden out...More
We parked up in the carpark, and sat outside the bar area. It is haunted, and that's why we went, I run a paranormal group.
But, it was closed when we went, so all we could do was sit outside. We could feel the hauntings...More
Near Abergavenny, this is a family friendly pub that is a great meeting place for friends and family. A little noisy on the bank holiday Sunday evening that we visited, so not so good for trying to hear your friends talk, but the staff were...More