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…
Brigands Inn offers lovely accommodation in Mallwyd, Gwynedd. We are set within the beautiful Dovey Valley and the picturesque landscape of the Welsh countryside can be seen for miles around.
This 15th Century Coaching Inn has recently undergone a transformation and re-opened offering guests a choice of dining, drinking and sleeping options, as well as a function room suitable for large events and parties including weddings.
With a wealth of exposed beams, feature fireplaces, beautiful solid Oak furniture, locally sourced seasonal produce and a fantastic range of ale’s and wine’s this really is the ideal location to explore from whilst staying in one of our nine individually designed en-suite rooms.
We have nine individually designed bedrooms at the Brigands Inn. Each room has been carefully redesigned to take full advantage of the historic features yet with all the comforts yo…
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…
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…