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I decided to visit the Clytha Arms as I had often driven past it and wanted to give it a try. I waited in the car while my partner went to check if it was dog-friendly. He returned, telling me there were dogs inside -...More
We'd been told that The Clytha Arms was a good place to visit and went there for Sunday lunch. Beef and wine choices were good, (lots of real ales including local ales to choose from). For lunch we both chose beef and were told it...More
One night bed and breakfast lovely four poster bedroom size of a football pitch nearly! Nothing modern here just some original wholesome food and hospitality. Definately be back, the local darts team friendly and the landlord really enjoys company.Great selection of ales.
We love the Clytha and have been back several times. The food is wonderful (Andrew is a fabulous cook). Normally the selection of ales and lagers has been fabulous as well, but not this time. Also, the room (we have stayed in all 3 over...More
I visited as a guest to a 60th birthday event. Decided to book a room as well. Thought the Clytha Arms as a venue was perfect. Beautiful quirky old hostelry. Lots of charm and great garden at the back to host the marquee. The tapas...More
US$114 - US$142 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Official star rating provided by VisitWales, the National Tourist Board.
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The Clytha Arms Hotel Clytha ,
The Hotel Clytha
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"the biggest room is the best bet probably at the moment."