The Black Lion Inn is situated in the village of Llanfaethlu close to Holyhead on Anglesey. We have a cosy, friendly bar and 2 guest rooms, perfect for people who are in the area on business or pleasure. Our Grade II listed inn has been carefully renovated to ensure that your time with us is enjoyable and memorable, so whether you are staying the night or just the evening for a meal we aim to provide you with the best service.
Above the original part of the pub there are two individually decorated en suite guest bedrooms. Both have exposed beams and retain much of the character of the old building. Both are furnished in hand made oak furniture. Both rooms have king size beds, with luxurious Egyptian cotton bed linen and fluffy towels. All our rooms include 42 inch television, DVD player, complimentary tea tray, en suite bathrooms, large power shower and complimentary Monamor toiletrie…
The Beaufort Arms is in the village of Raglan, historically connected with nearby Raglan Castle, close to both Monmouth and Abergavenny. It’s owners and their welcoming staff offer very good service combined with excellent food and drink in a relaxed informal atmosphere with bedrooms to match.
People come to the Beaufort for all sorts of reasons, for lunch or dinner, for a drink, to escape work or even to work, to explore Monmouthshire’s beautiful scenery sometimes, from across the world if their name is Raglan or they live in Raglan USA or Raglan New Zealand.
Local attractions include historic Chepstow, Monmouth, Hereford and Abergavenny and famous castle and abbey ruins along Offa’s Dyke as well as the magnificent Brecon Beacons.
The village is half an hour from Bristol and Cardiff. We regularly welcome returning guests who simply enjoy the inns relaxed informal atmosphere and…
This is one of the loveliest parts of Mid-Wales to visit, and the King's Head provides the ideal base at Meifod, near Welshpool. Whether it is simply to enjoy a pub lunch, or to pause on one of the beautiful walks, this old coaching inn can cater for any of your wants.
The atmosphere is just how you imagine a rural pub to be, relaxed and unhurried, warm and inviting. Relaxing in front of the open fire in the bar in winter or sitting outside in the sun in summer, you can enjoy a bite to eat from a wide ranging menu. There is a pool table, play area for kids, as well as a football pitch-for the more energetic!
The Kings Head menu consists of local and homemade food and drink, wherever possible we use local or welsh supplies, from the local cheeses, to the well stocked bar with local ales and welsh liqueurs and whiskeys. We also use produce grown from our own vegetable garden, providin…
The Croes Y Ceiliog Inn is located on the edge of the beautiful Brecon Beacons National Park in the pretty village of Llanwrda in Carmarthenshire. We are a pub, café and bed and breakfast with traditional charm and attractive original features The Croes Y Ceiliog Inn represents the very best of an old Welsh country pub, where traditional values and atmosphere still survive.
With comfortable, well equipped accommodation all rooms are a good size. We offer double rooms and a family room each with a tea/coffee making tray and the usual extras to make your stay comfortable and enjoyable. A full Welsh breakfast is included in the price of the stay.
The Croes Y Ceiliog stocks real ale, cider and a huge selection of fine wines. Food is served on most days including Sunday roasts. Takeaways are also available from the adjoining cafe. There is a garden and ample parking behind and in front …
Tudor Lodge is situated in the village of Jameston, a couple of miles inland from Manorbier, between Tenby & Pembroke, with its Norman castle and unspoiled beach. Our traditional pub is a great base for exploring the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.
Recently totally refurbished, we offer traditional pub fayre with a modern twist. In winter relax in front of a real fire in one of our two bars. In summer why not cool off in our large beer garden?
With two separate dining areas we are an ideal venue for all kinds of family celebrations & business functions. We currently host small wedding receptions and parties, and are planning to expand this service in future years.
We now offer five brand new en suite bedrooms. All rooms are comfortably furnished, with tv, wifi and tea/coffee making facilities. Accommodation is available on a room only or bed & breakfast tariff, in double o…
At the Coach and Horses we like to think we know a thing or two about welcomes!
Log fires, good local food and real ales, clean comfortable accommodation and most importantly.. exceptionally friendly staff!
This inviting tavern set in the tranquil village of Llangynidr on the edge of the Brecon Beacons has a delightful, child friendly garden overlooking the Brecon and Monmouthshire Canal. We've plenty of parking to accommodate motor homes and we're dog friendly too, we just ask the owners to behave!
A restful and comfortable night will be just what you need after a busy day exploring the local countryside. That's why our rooms are recently refurbished, tastefully decorated, spotlessly clean and very comfortable.
Tea and coffee making facilities are provided along with fresh towels daily.
We currently have four rooms available for bed and breakfast accommodation, doubles an…
Lesley Fisher & Family would like to welcome you to Tenby which is both a medieval walled town and one of Wales' favorite seaside resorts, in the only coastal National Park in Britain. It's ancient harbour, surrounded by Regency houses in pastel colours, is a focus for artists and photographers and it's four sheltered beaches and safe bathing waters attract families, with water sports for the energetic.
The serviced accommodation is of a high standard, with eighteen en-suite bedrooms. The decor and soft furnishings have been carefully selected to echo the grandeur and style of the Regency building.Some of our rooms adjoin a grand balcony which overlooks Tudor Square, the heart of the town. Tenby House has all the facilities the guest expects for a comfortable and memorable visit.
The bars are popular with residents and local people alike, and children are made welcome. The d…
The Bell at Skenfrith overlooks the river Monnow in Skenfrith, Monmouthshire.
The restaurant at the pub has won many awards for its food, including 2 AA rosettes and most recently, we were very proud to have won the best place to eat - pub, as voted by the public, in the Wales National Tourism awards.
The menus change regularly and offer locally-sourced, seasonal food, much from our kitchen garden when in season. Our specials board changes regularly to give an even greater choice. We also offer a delicious children menu.
Special dietary requirements can normally always be met (please let us know of these in advance). We regret that under 8s are not allowed in the restaurant in the evenings but we will happily organise supper for them from 5.30pm to 6.30pm.
The Bell has eleven rooms individually decorated with luxury and comfort foremost in mind, including rooms with roma…