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Their website says ‘Dog Friendly’ and yet after a 20 minute drive 6 of us and a miniature schnauzer arrived on a Wednesday afternoon for lunch.... Only to be told the dog is only allowed in the front area which only had one table and...More
Good food .Not enough room on table for all the veg as the beef arrived on a large piece of slate which was placed in the middle of the table .I then had to help the two elderly people with us to dish it onto...More
If you pass the The Star Inn by chance then you’re either lost or a little adventurous. It’s high in the mid welsh hills set away from towns and villages on the narrow mountain road between Machynlleth and Llanidloes. It’s set back but visible from...More
This delightful inn is perched on the hills and slightly off the road. We stopped for drinks after a steep climb, it was like an oasis. The owner was very helpful and although we were just passing through, the dinner menu looked very good.
The owners are fairly new here I think and there are still a few rough edges to deal with. No ale on tap; the server/chef ‘swore’ within his first few sentences; menu limited, slightly small portions but quite expensive; food presentation poor and that of...More