On entering the pub the landlady warmly welcomed us ... the barman was very pleasant. There was a lovely roaring fire. A friendly atmosphere .... The ale and wine .. top quality. We will definitely be visiting again.
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My life and I ate dinner at The Radnor Arms. What a fantastic meal. Not to denigrate any of the other fantastic pubs we ate at in the area but these folks are top notch. The meal was amazing, off the charts cool atmosphere, and the nicest staff. Highly, highly recommend.
Great country pub, went there following Tripadvisor recommendation and wasn't disappointed. Well I tell a lie, I was because I was driving... So only a lovely homebrew half for me. But lovely traditional pub with open fires, although i was roasting by the end! Food wise lovely. Great Lamb Kefta kebabs. Duck breast was melt in the mouth although the... More
We popped in for lunch having passed the pub numerous times and decided this time to stop for something to eat. I had a Caesar salad and my partner had the Thai chilli beef salad and both were delicious. The menu was perfect not too big but enough of the variety to make a choice difficult 😀 I would thoroughly... More
Said it all in the title really. Originally booked for a Saturday evening for 14 changed to late lunch for 11. No crisis made from drama. Owing to bad weather and distance travelled we all arrived spread over an hour but kitchen as happy to wait for the order. The pub has a great selection of ales and ciders, several... More
We are visiting the cotwolds, and this restaurant was the perfect start, n the southern part! The food was excellent, prepaired on a traditional way but perfect. Dug breasts and buffel saucages better prepared than in the traditional Tanzanian way! Good ambiance, perfect self made beer! As Belgian guests, we are demanding for that!! The service enthousiastic, friendly and on... More
i work away from home alot so try to find somewhere nice to eat which is sometimes a problem for me i could be in the middle of no where so i searched around today and found this pub called the radnor arms very friendley landlady nothing was to much trouble and the food going by my standards was more... More
Called in for a drink while out for a walk nearby. Pretty pub in a bit of a chocolate box village. Limited parking at rear of pub but ok on (quite fast) road outside. Very friendly welcome. Tasted beers before buying - micro brewery on site plus Otter beer from Devon. Sat in the sun and ordered sandwiches because the... More
Beautiful building, beautiful village, pretty garden, great beer brewed on site, attentive and friendly staff. Charming interior, wooden tables, candlelight, fireplaces, lovely. Food not so good.... We had 2 main courses: 1. sausage and mash with veggies - Under coloured bangers, really tasty but I like mine to look like they're cooked! Mash potato was poor, needs much more butter... More
3 of us had lunch in the Radnor Arms today, for my wife & I that was the 3rd time in a month. I can't sing the praises of this pub enough. The food is great, they make their own beer & the service is warm & friendly & everything very reasonable priced. The garden is wonderfully maintained with some... More
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We are planning a tour on our motorbike and have heard from some fellow bikers about your amazing pub.
We are told that occasionally you have "Biker Nights"? Are there any planned for May?
Also if not we were told that you are sometimes closed on a Monday evening. Is this a winter thing as it is with quite afew country pubs, or have I been miss in formed?