The Lion Hotel is situated in the picturesque village of Tudweiliog on the stunning Welsh coast of Gwynedd. The Lion Hotel offers good food, great beer and a comfortable bed. Pwllheli is nearby and we are the perfect base to explore the beautiful Welsh coast.
Facilities in our guest rooms include:
En suite bathrooms
Tea & coffee making facilities.
Off street parking.
We pride ourselves on our great selection of drinks. Whatever tipple you prefer, we stock a range of wines, ciders, spirits, lagers, soft drinks and real ales. Nothing beats a tasty home cooked meal. We serve our own homemade pub food in our large dining room that is popular with local families and visitors alike.
The Lion Hotel is located on the stunning Welsh coastline, close to beautiful blue flag beaches. We are within easy reach of many places to visit in Gwynedd, including Nefyn Gol…
THE FERRY HOUSE INN is set in heart of Pembrokeshire, in the village of Hazelbeach, overlooking the beautiful Cleddau Estuary and has been run by our family for over 40 years.
All rooms include...
En-suite facilities with shower or bath with a shower, toilet and basin
Toiletries and Towels
Radio/Alarm clock Hair Dryer
Free wireless internet is available
Diners at The Ferry House Inn have a wealth of choice: choose between our bar menu or our chalkboard of specials depending on their mood and requirements. All offer great quality food with a bias towards locally sourced ingredients in an friendly and relaxed atmosphere.
For lovers of fish and seafood, there is an abundance of local Pembrokeshire crab and lobster (24 hours notice for lobster please), mussels, plaice, sole, sea bass and salmon feature on our menu regularly.
An ideal base f…
At the foot of the Black Mountains between Crickhowell and Brecon is the award winning Nantyffin Cider Mill Inn.
Literally translated as 'the Brook by the border' The Nantyffin was originally a drovers inn dating back to the 16th century. Well known for its production of cider during the 19th century - The Nantyffin is now recognised as one of the great food destinations in Wales.
It has been renowned for over 10 years for its successful combination of the traditional values of great British pubs with the classic style of the bistros of rural France.
Though there is room to eat in the bar, the team at the Nantyffin, have also considerably converted the old apple store to accommodate the ever-growing number of diners that want to indulge in the menu.
Always popular with the visitors to the Brecon Beacons National Park and local food lovers alike, the Nantyffin Cider Mill now h…
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…
The Woodlands Tavern is situated in the heart of the friendly chocolate box village of Llanvair Discoed, near Chepstow in Monmouthshire, South Wales. We are close to the Roman fortress town of Caerwent and set at the foot of Gray Hill, Wentwood forest and reservoir, the area is known for its historical interest and outstanding natural beauty.
Owners Keith, his wife Sue, chef Matthew and their team at The Woodlands welcome you to try our varied menu of freshly prepared and locally sourced quality food with a regularly changing menu where fish is highly featured. Lunch and dinner menus available.
Our popular lunchtime menu, 2 courses for £10.95 or 3 courses for £13.95, is served Tuesday to Saturday from 12.00-2.00pm. Early bird menu available Tuesday to Friday 6.00–7.30pm two courses £12.95.
Enjoy meals served in a welcoming, relaxed and informal restaurant, or why not relax in ou…
The Goat Inn, A classic Coaching Inn. Set in the gateway to Snowdonia. The pub offers a warm welcome, real ales and excellent activities are also available.
Bar/Restaurant: Games room: Beer garden: Log fires: Meeting/function room: Drying room.
Bunk house accommodation:
A total of 35 beds in 8 en suite rooms. 2 muliti-occupancy rooms for 8 to 10 people. 6 family rooms either single beds or bunks. All bedding is provided. B&B £25pppn, Family rooms £75pn (2 adults + 2 children under 15).
We cater for stag and hen weekends. Birthday parties, and all occasions.
We can also arrange a variety of activities, such as clay and game shooting, course and fly fishing, go karting, canoeing, off road buggies and tree top rope climbing.
3 Star Visit Wales.…
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 …
Beaufort Arms is a 17th Century inn that is situated in the village of Gilwern which is just a short walk from the market town of Abergavenny in Monmouthshire. The inn is the ideal stopover for those visiting on business or leisure and we provide accommodation, great food and a range of drinks.
The bar is very traditional and we serve the finest cask ales and whiskies. The bar also has BT sport for visitors to watch.
There are 3 bedrooms available at the inn which all retain original features such as oak beams. The bedrooms are all en suite and include a LCD TV and tea/coffee making facilities. The price includes a full Welsh breakfast.
There are often special offers available - please call us or visit our website for details of these.
This lovely traditional bar is ideally places for exploring the outdoors on foot or by bike and for visiting the Brecon Beacons National Park…