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Lovely Food lovely Staff couldn’t ask for anymore. Be wise to book as whilst we were there people had to be turned away for not booking prior.The Sunday lunch is presented perfectly.
Lovely and pleasant setting close to the River.
Parking spaces too.
Charming, spotlessly clean, quiet, some parking adjacent, extraordinary restaurant (we had an amazing dinner and wonderful breakfast). This is an old, old coaching inn with all the quaintness one can ask for. It's so well loved and managed. I long to return. Caution: be careful...More
Service was poor, first drinks took half an hour at least, some staff didn’t seem as though they knew what they were doing, had mushroom stroganoff, which wasn’t good at all, didn’t want to complain as was with a group of friends and didn’t want...More
We had an incredible meal here. Great service, cosy atmosphere and amazing food! The fried goats cheese and the lemon posset were the hits of the night, but everything was delicious. May be back tomorrow!
Typical old welsh inn, good welcome and service, cosy and warm.
Ate in the bar, wide choice on the menu.
Food was really excellent, not pretentious or stodgy, will defiantly visit again.
One down point, the choice of welsh micro brewery , beer was disappointing
dogs are welcome in some bedrooms but cannot be present in the bar or resteraunt during food hours but any time around 12-2pm and 6-10pm dogs are permitted to sit in tge bar. phone up and speak to the owner regarding the dog... More
dogs are welcome in some bedrooms but cannot be present in the bar or resteraunt during food hours but any time around 12-2pm and 6-10pm dogs are permitted to sit in tge bar. phone up and speak to the owner regarding the dog as this may have changed as the rooms and bathrooms have recently been redecorated