The Coach House is a little tucked away down a side street, but well worth searching out. This is a restaurant and B&B, not a pub (although it does have a small lounge bar area). They concentrate on quality, home cooked food using locally sourced ingredients. The restaurant is comfortable and nicely furnished and decorated, and I liked the use of Welsh slate for the placemats.
I had the Roast rack of Welsh lamb with cranberry & claret gravy, new potatoes and vegetables (£14.95). Wonderful succulent, tender lamb, and great vegetables. A real joy. I don't normally go for desserts when I am on my own, but I couldn't resist the very good homemade Tiramisu (£3.95). The service, from the proprietors, was welcoming and very friendly, and the complimentary port which was offered at the end of the meal was a nice touch.
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