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Where do I start? No draft beers, just excellent pints of Bass poured from a jug through a serving hatch in what appears to be Bessie's living room! Bessie has apparantly ran this pub for over 60 years - and nothing has changed in that...More
If you're in the area, then you have absolutely got to go to Bessies, even if you're not in the area then you need to change things and get there.
The only choice of beer is Bass, served via a glass jug straight off the...More
Bessies is what pubs used to be, the front room of a house with beer served via a jug through a hatch in the wall, half dozen locals sitting In front of a log fire telling stories and Making fun. We were made so welcome...More
Bass served all day from the barrels or bottled beer or traditional cider also on draft. Run by Bessie, her son and granddaughter serve behind the bar along with a lot of other family members. Inside is a little room with a hatch in the...More
Bessie a legend in her lifetime. Nothing but praise for the best pint of Bass in Uk. A must visit for anyone who likes nostalgia. We go back every time we are in Pembroke. It was nice to see Bessie at 88 still the landlady...More
Called in after along and interesting walk got a lovely pint of Bass served through a hatch by a jug by her granddaughter if you wanted another drink you had to ring a bell it was like going back sixtey years Bessi was in a...More
It's proper name is The Dyffryn Arms. the good pub guide lists it as Pontfaen, Fishguard, Cwm Gwaun, Wales, SA65 9SE - different post code to the last contributor. but ask anyone - its a local institution
I'll be quite honest, I wouldn't bank on it. The mainstay is ale , served from a jug. There will be a few bottles of lager and possibly Cider. The pub is in a rather isolated, very rural and beautiful location and is a trip... More
I'll be quite honest, I wouldn't bank on it. The mainstay is ale , served from a jug. There will be a few bottles of lager and possibly Cider. The pub is in a rather isolated, very rural and beautiful location and is a trip back in time. Apart from the price of the beer please don't expect anything to be of the 21st century.