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We were staying in a local cottage and decided to visit the pub one lunchtime with our family including grandchildren. We sat in the garden and enjoyed a tasty 2 course meal. The staff were very friendly and the whole place relaxed. I imagine it...More
The inn is reputedly haunted and has a very engaging atmosphere. The real ale selection was disappointedly limited and the pint we had was a little 'on the turn'. However it was worth popping in to see. The staff were friendly and welcoming.
We called in at this Inn on the off chance a few weeks ago. This is a very atmospheric building with a lot of history. We were just given the keys to the bedrooms to go and inspect them. They had great atmosphere, we were...More
This pub, purportedly the oldest in Wales, takes its name from the Skirrid (Ysgyryd Fawr or 'great shattered') mountain which looms over the area at 486m. The charm of the place, with its age-old stone walls, friendly staff, rustic feel and rich history (they've even...More
We went to this pub for lunch with our two children. The staff is very friendly and tell you about the story of the pub. On top of that, they serve very good food. We also loved the gloomy atmosphere of the place.
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.