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We visited the Skirrid mountain inn for the first time last evening. A pretty early evening run up to the inn,through a lovely village.The inn is ancient,with many interesting features including a massive Inglenook fire place with a lovely welcoming fire.We enjoyed a good bar...More
The oldest pub in Wales. Hauntings. A notorious place of execution. How much better can it get?
We wanted to visit the Skirrid Mountain Inn for some time. It's a place that seemingly has more than one reason to visit. Some visitors might gleefully relish...More
Visited the Skirrid Inn at lunch time on a Tuesday. We received a warm welcome from the staff and the dog was allowed in the beer garden (Water bowls available). I had a lovely pint in the sun and ordered the Beavan 1/4 lb burger...More
Must make time to visit this fantastic looking pub, and claimant to Wale's oldest inn, as we made the mistake of assuming it would be open all day like most others. The building certainly looked impressive from outside, and we will be back.
Went here twice on our recent holiday to Wales as we were staying just down the road.
The kids meals were of a perfect size (and price!) for our 10 and 8 year olds, with a good selection available to them.
For us grown ups,...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.