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We have been visiting the Clytha Arms for many years. Mainly to stay. The rooms are acceptable, the food is very good, the drinks available at the bar are outstanding. Plenty of real ales, lots of unusual spirits & a good wine cellar. We always...More
Four of us ate Sunday lunch there
As the place we normally
Eat was fully booked must say it was the worst Sunday lunch
I have ever had it was All completely tasteless!! I had the wild boar it was 70% fat
At £14.50 for...More
A lunch time stop, gorgeous location and building, interior a little bit dirty and smelly unfortunately, pub could do with a good clean including toilets cleanliness has nothing to do with country charm, did nt mind the dogs, food ok but portions were a little...More
Great real ale. Friendly staff and regulars. Lovely real fires.
Wonderful food; I had the Brodeta (Fish Stew) which was absolutely delicious, and was served with homemade bread to mop up the delicious sauce/broth.
This pub is a fairly typical rural place - so expect dogs, wellies and a fairly olde worlde atmosphere. It's not for everyone.
Where it shines is the beer and food: they always have a good selection of real ales and the beers are well...More
$118 - $134 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Official star rating provided by VisitWales, the National Tourist Board.
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Also Known As
The Clytha Arms Hotel Clytha ,
The Hotel Clytha
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"the biggest room is the best bet probably at the moment."