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The views as you climb to the Devil's Bridge on this little train are outstanding! The climb is slow and rewarding with panoramic views of the valley all the way. For the best views sit on the left hand side on the ascent but be...More
Great little Gem: (find) Full of Characters Coming and Going: locals and such like .. Jukebox IS AWESOME and Varied:(nice and load) Best little Public House in Aberystwyth and Very Competitive .. (You Must Except as you FIND) Great Staff: Landlady IS Pretty Cool and...More
hours steam train ride from aberwystyth to devils bridge where you walk about 3oo yards from train to the hotel where we had a very nice afternoon tea
parking for the steam train in aber is fine as they have a dedicated signs to station...More
Happened upon this place whilst waiting for friends (maybe got a little lost upon the way). Alice the dog, a fixture at the pub, lured me in with her lurid stare. Pints were cheap. The people were friendly. There is a pool table and friendly...More
I went in to the Vale Of Rheidol on a night out (as you do) but was shocked at the disgusting taste of the Captain Morgan's Spiced Dark Rum. I had 1 shot (as you do) and went sick on the bar (as you do)....More
I didn't notice first time but the Pub is filthy. I like old style Beer only boozers that haven't gone ''foodie'' but thank god this hasn't as if they had star ratings for non-food Pub's this would get 0. Your hands will stick too the...More
The Beer is all right but the wrong side of £3,the atmosphere is OK after 5 ish. Don't believe the reputation the locals are really soft.
The Toilets stink though even in the day when after just opening.