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I used the Bryntirion as a lunch stop at the end of a car treasure hunt.
Martin the Landlord made us feel welcome and provided us with our own dining room.
The food was home cooked if rather basic but this was in keeping with...More
From the moment we arrived we were made to feel welcome and were quickly warming up in front of a lovely wood fire. A good selection of beers and ciders complemented the well executed menu.
Despite being remote from any town or village the two...More
My third visit to the Bryntirion Inn and yet again we were made so welcome. Martin and Linda are always pleased to see you and make you feel at home. An excellent evening of fun with friends and wonderful food to be enjoyed. Already looking...More
Excellent Food..! Quality & Large Portions at very affordable prices. Warm & friendly front of house where the polite & sociable Chef may also make an appearance..! Beautiful open fire in a place where people may arrive as strangers and leave as friends....! Thank you...More
My wife and I visited the Bryntirion Inn on Saturday 9th September 2017. We were made very welcome at this very traditionsl pub. We had delicious soup to start my wife had Haddock and Chips which she said was perfect I had a 10oz Welsh...More
US$125 - US$130 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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