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“Sunday Lunch”
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The Fountain Inn
Reviewed January 6, 2013

Sunday lunch at The Fountain is perfect and outstanding value for money. A great mix of traditional vegetables perfectly cooked and presented. The beef and lamb are top quality and my wife, a potato connoisseur, raved about the roasties. Their choice of real ales and lagers are also first class and change on a regular basis.

The ambience is a perfect country Inn, roaring fire, comfy chairs and flagstone floors. A great place for any occasion including a pub walk..

  • Stayed: January 2013, traveled as a couple
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Thank Walter M
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Reviewed August 21, 2012

We stayed 2 nights and really enjoyed our stay at this lovely traditional Inn. Full of character, history and charm. The Owners were friendly and helpful and made you feel welcome. Beautiful surroundings in an unspoilt part of the UK. The food was outstanding and plentiful. We met local farmers and their produce was used by the Inn. The rooms were cosy but very comfortable.

  • Stayed: August 2012, traveled with family
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Thank Alison T
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Reviewed July 8, 2012

We had a really great time at The Fountain last night. A beautiful, old building with a really good ambience and a good selection of local ales and ciders.

It was a quiz night (in aid of Help for Heroes) and we also had a meal. The food was very good and served beautifully. The quiz was great fun and the landlord was friendly and welcoming. All in all, highly recommended and I’m looking forward to a return visit.

  • Stayed: July 2012, traveled with friends
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Thank Catherine T
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Reviewed February 20, 2012

This Inn has been in serious decline for some time so it's good to see its resurgence under new ownerhsip.

We had a great Friday night there with good value food (home cooked fish and chips) and plenty of 'brewed-on-the premises' cider......

We'll be going back.

Well done!

  • Stayed: February 2012, traveled with friends
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2  Thank Dave J
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Reviewed February 13, 2012

Our local pub closes for a couple of weeks in February and The Fountain is next nearest so we headed down there last Friday - great atmosphere in pub, oak beams and roaring fire. The restaurant is a bit less cosy but the food and the wine were excellent and it was really good value for money - if this pub was within walking distance we'd be back again this Friday!

  • Stayed: February 2012, traveled with friends
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1  Thank shelovestoeat
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Reviewed November 4, 2011

It's a bit out of the way, especially on a wet and windy October night but well worth the trip. We were staying at Tintern Abbey Cottage about 6 miles away near the Abbey and The Fountain was recommended by the owners and previous occupants.

As I walked into the pub I must admit to being slightly wary. I had been told reservations were always required, but the place was empty apart from the landlord and his wife who only looked up from her crossword to see what the cat had dragged in!

Also, no menus. Hmmm, you don't get this up North. The landlord explained that everything was fresh so the menu (written in chalk on the blackboard) changed every day. 6 of us - 4 adults, 2 children - selected starters and mains and sat down.

It was a bit cold where we were as the heating had broken. Wood fires were burning merrily all over the pub area, but not the eating area. This gave us a chance to roam about till food arrived. The pub area is very warm and homely, steeped in history. The landlord explained that they ha only been able to open 3 weeks earlier and still had a few kinks (heating) to work out. He proved a very engaging and knowledgeable fella, and knew his beers.

Food arrived. The quality and quantity was superb. Orders varied: beautifully cooked tuna steak with a side salad (none of this drizzle nonsense either, just clean, crunchy salad); poacher's pie with big chunks of gamey birds; a fish stew where the ocean was literally leaping out of the bowl; a gammon steak that just about fit on the plate.

All this served up by the now beaming landlord's wife, who is obviously very proud of her culinary skills, and rightly so. The husband and wife team have definitely got the right skills to make a big success of this place.

The bill came to just shy of £120 for the 6 of us, which included 7 or 8 bar drinks, a bottle of wine, 6 starters, 6 mains. Terrific value for what was a truly excellent meal. Shame we were too full for dessert, but next time we're down there, I think I will skip a starter!

Thoroughly recommended.

  • Stayed: October 2011, traveled with friends
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2  Thank Mark B
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Reviewed October 22, 2011

The hosts of this lovely country pub have recently become its owners to the delight of those who know their food! Always a more interesting than most pubs menu and always freshly cooked. Our recent visit was no exception ( and the real local ales are great too), really good meal and a very good atmosphere and hospitality. There is a garden for the summer but we like the cosy fireplace.

Room Tip: There are bed and breakfast rooms but we are local so have never stayed . We just go to enjoy eating...
  • Stayed: October 2011, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank Walesvisit0r
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Additional Information about The Fountain Inn

Address: Nr Tintern, Trelleck Grange NP16 6QW, Wales
Location: United Kingdom > Wales > South Wales > Monmouthshire > Trelleck Grange
Amenities:
Free Breakfast Free Parking Restaurant
Hotel Style:
Ranked #1 of 1 B&Bs / Inns in Trelleck Grange
Price Range: $81 - $88 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 3
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Pub/Inn, Bed & Breakfast (Licensed) with 3 letting rooms in rural location. With car parking. No Smoking accept outside. Smart casual dress for meals. Vegetarians, Children, Organic Products catered for. Eating outside is possible. A good variety of traditional ales and good home cooked food. ... more   less 

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