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**We didn't stay just ate here**
We (party of 8) had dinner here, there were no tables inside so we ate outside. Luckily the weather was alright. Not a table big enough for all of us so we sat across two which is fine. The...More
Just had our third visit to Wisemans Bridge inn this week lovely pub and good beer , but the staff could with some training we just seen a waitress drop food on the floor step over it and not even bother to pick it up...More
Such a pretty place we had a walk up and down the beach with our dog then refreshments at the pub lovely day!! Well worth a visit dog friendly too. Menu is good plenty of choice and food looked very nice even though we didn’t...More
I visited Wiseman's Bridge on a busy Saturday evening after the rugby.
Although the pub was extremely busy there service provide in the resteraunt was not affected.
We were shown to our table & advised that due to how busy it had been some of...More
Fabulous seaside pub and restaurant perfect for a special occasion or a casual event.
There’s always a warm welcome into this traditional Welsh country pub and some nice tunes playing on the jukebox. You might get a game of darts in too or a chat...More
Response from AdrianM649 | Reviewed this property |
If on foot, probably half an hour or less. If in a wheelchair or mobility scooter then I'm not sure as you'll probably need to leave the path along the beach and go by road. I would still expect it to be half an hour or less... More
If on foot, probably half an hour or less. If in a wheelchair or mobility scooter then I'm not sure as you'll probably need to leave the path along the beach and go by road. I would still expect it to be half an hour or less though.