Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travellers visiting Llangattock, The Horseshoe Inn is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its family-friendly environment and proximity to great restaurants, The Horseshoe Inn makes it easy to enjoy the best of Llangattock.
Guest rooms offer a flat screen TV and a desk, and The Horseshoe Inn makes getting online easy as free wifi is available.
You can also take advantage of some of the amenities offered by the inn, including a coffee shop. In addition, guests can enjoy a lounge during their visit. As an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
During your visit, be sure to check out a popular Llangattock fish and chips restaurant such as The Vine Tree, which is a short distance from The Horseshoe Inn.
The Horseshoe Inn is sure to make your visit to Llangattock one worth remembering.
We camped at the local campsite directly opposite this wonderful pub. The Euro football was on and we ended up staying for about 4 hours sampling the food and drink. The atmosphere was wonderful. The food was really tasty, the decor of the pub interesting and quirky and we definitely would recommend! We will be back! Can't wait to try the Jamaican food next time.
An amazing little pub and restaurant, the decor inside in amazing all quirky up-cycled items. The staff were super friendly and couldn’t do enough for us, even the chef came out to check if we enjoyed our meal. The food was totally amazing, there wasn’t an empty plate left between us. The children’s meals were lovely and great value. We will definitely be back, thank you.
Nice pub for a pint, but over-priced Sunday lunch for processed Yorkshire puds and desserts that came straight from Iceland for a pound and then charged £4.50 for the privilege of eating a slither of cheap cheesecake, Beware, prices on website are out-dated. Will not eat here again. Staff are good, pub is good. Food is not good.
The Horseshoe Inn is a really welcoming village pub. We should all have a pub like this. Its great to see such a thriving local pub. It is the home of the Crickhowell Rugby Club. The staff are very helpful and cheerful. The breakfast lady was magnificent at serving all the guests, smiling and chatting to us. After a day on the hills with sleet, hail and sunshine coming in here was so good. The room was very clean, the shower just right and the room was warm. Breakfast was cereal or a Welsh cooked breakfast which was good. The rooms are over the bar which was very noisy but to be honest we were so tired that we slept very well.
It's such a shame, this place deserved a solid 4 stars but there was a completely unforgivable late night party in the bar (and outside on the pavement) right below our room. At 3.30am I finally opened the window and leant out - someone asked if I wanted him to go and tell the drinkers to keep the noise down, I said in no uncertain terms yes please! It's really unacceptable for this to happen when there are people paying good money to stay the night, and I hope the owner/manager has a few stern words. Aside from that, it's a lovely hotel. It's about 10 minutes' walk to the main town centre but it's a pleasant walk, especially when you get to the old stone bridge over the river. There's ample parking, and the building is old with plenty of character. The room was decent with a big bed and walk-in shower, and a TV for entertainment (though not many channels). The lady who served breakfast said she was on her own as everyone had rung in sick (funny that), but she did a sterling job and was really friendly. So - a very mixed review...…