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Returning to Pembrokeshire with a horse from Newark, therefore a long trip. Called in for a meal and comfort break. Welcoming venue in a traditional village pub with a good mix of "locals" & holiday or passing through traffic as this village is on one...More
A very busy place, so glad we managed to book a room a couple of months before.
Welcomed in and good selection of beer, and that's before finding a table for a great evening meal.
The 06:30 full cooked breakfast set us up for the...More
The home made liver and bacon casserole was lovely as was my dad's scampi and chips. Nice friendly staff. I will call in again. I had already read the review of the 20th of February by the London chef with food allergies. A bit like...More
My husband and I stopped here on the second night of our Trans Cambrian Trail journey - after a hard 47 miles on mountain bikes. We had secure bike storage and a hugely friendly welcome. Our evening meal was excellent - pub food at its...More
Arriving late lunchtime on our way to Aberstwyth,we were served with a generous cooked meal.This is typical pub food,piping hot and plentiful,very pleasant young staff,nice atmosphere as you would expect in a village pub.Will use again without hesitation.