Was travelling alone on a flying visit and needed somewhere to stay overnight and a single room with breakfast for £32.50 fitted the bill. The single room was basic and had use of a shared bathroom but I knew that before I booked.
I followed my satnav along a very narrow road and thought I might actually be lost but arrived safely at my destination and had a warm welcome. After a seven hour drive the first thing I needed was a drink. A selection of real ales and ciders await you, I started with a Welsh cider. I then proceeded to my room to change. As stated it was, quaint, basic and clean, but more than adequate for my needs. This is a 200 year old building, if you want modern this is not the place for you.
I returned to the bar and tried another cider, a local Perry and ordered food. The menu was extensive but I only wanted a small meal so ordered a "burger and chips". This was no ordinary burger but made on site from locally sourced Welsh beef. Although not "locals" Christopher and Rachel believe in supporting the local economy.
I finished my meal and sat at the bar for the remainder of the evening and continued to sample the various ales and ciders on offer. The atmosphere in the bar was excellent and the conversation enjoyable, hosts and his guests gave the bar a very convivial atmosphere. If I was passing again this would be my stop of choice.
A good nights sleep was followed by a hearty breakfast, this kept me going for my return home that day.
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