The pub is now under new management. They no longer serve food, they aren't dog friendly, don't always have a nice fire going and aren't all that welcoming. We won't be going back.
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This pub is slightly off the beaten track but well worth the drive or walk up from the main road. The character of the pub is unrivaled in the immediate area and is totally authentic. It's small so can get really busy, but that's a...More
Visited the old Bull a fair number of times whilst on holiday in this beautiful part of wales. The Bull has all the ingredients of a traditional welsh village inn, cosy, clean, very friendly locals, consistent high quality of the beers and food, which are...More
Delightful bar & restaurant, food was delicious & very helpful barmaid, I tried to pay with card but they didn't take cards so they said I could pay next day passing, luckily I made it to the post office to get cash before it closed...More
This used to be a really super pub but I believe has recently changed hands and it seems to have lost its way. We dined on a Friday night, which used to be heaving with friendly locals but who now appear to have deserted it....More
Lovely, authentic old boozer. We visited as staying nearby. Regulars and staff alike were very friendly, and the j.w. lees bitter was very good. Can also recommend the Thursday night quiz! Substantial terrace at the back is not immediately obvious from the front, so you...More
Popped in for a couple of beers and and evening meal when staying nearby. This is a genuine small, cosy country pub. Friendly staff, good beer and straightforward, home cooked meals. Our group had the steak pie, veggie lasagne and the fish and chips. All...More