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We had a great, good value lunch. All four of us chose the roast beef and it was perfect! Served with Yorkshire Pudding, roast potatoes, cauliflower, broccoli, sweetcorn, carrots, cabbage, peas, new potatoes and plenty of gravy. The staff were all very friendly and helpful....More
Great quirky place to visit, while in there there's lots to learn about the place and it's history, staff are also very knowledgeable. Had a nice atmosphere even though it wasn't busy when we visited for dinner, which is hard to achieve. Food was good...More
We visited the pub yesterday - Friday for goodness sake - and we were turned out at half past 2. Around about the same time a big group of lads came in and were urged/forced to order food straightaway. This is a tourist area. It...More
Lovely country Inn with lots of history and locals ensure there is a friendly environment, however you certainly require your own transport if travelling from Abergavenny. Food offering looked nice although we did not dine here.
Myself, my girlfriend and two friends thought we'd visit the Skirrid inn after hearing about the paranormal history of the place. We made the hour journey and arrived about 9:30pm, just dark enough for the place to look rather eerie. We went inside, it was...More
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Response from walesoldestpub, Owner at Skirrid Mountain InnResponded 7 September 2017
My name is Geoff and I am the landlord of the Skirrid. It was definitely not me that was in the bar on your visit and I am so sorry your experience was so disappointing. Please return and I promise to give you a tour...More
Sorry, I don't know. I visited as a diner and drinker as I live fairly locally. I would give them a call during opening hours. They seem to be a more traditional kind of place where a personal approach would succeed better... More
Sorry, I don't know. I visited as a diner and drinker as I live fairly locally. I would give them a call during opening hours. They seem to be a more traditional kind of place where a personal approach would succeed better than Email etc.