Rhydspence Inn is a 14th Century country inn that provides guest accommodation, classic British cuisine and locally brewed ales. It is located in the Herefordshire village of Whitney-on-Wye. This is just a short drive from Hereford city and Hay-on-Wye. Whitney has a historic toll bridge that has magnificent views of the River Wye.
The inn offers 7 en suite bedrooms. They all come with a TV and tea/coffee making facilities. Most of the rooms have wonderful views.
There is a restaurant available to resident and non resident guests. The kitchen provides classic British dishes using locally sourced produce. We are lucky to be situated on the border of two excellent lamb and beef producing counties. There is a specials board which is updated weekly. At the bar you can enjoy an extensive bar menu which is served all week. There are plenty of drinks on offer from locally brewed real ales …
The Hollybush Inn is a country pub located in the Glamorgan village of Draethen. It offers delicious home cooked food, a range of beverages and accommodation. The inn is ideally placed for visiting nearby Newport, Caerphilly and Cardiff.
At the bar, there is a choice of carefully selected real ales. Visitors can choose to either dine downstairs in the lounge complete or in the large restaurant. The menu includes burgers, steaks, grills, pasta dishes, vegetarian options and children’s dishes.
Outside the inn has a patio area which gets the sun all day in the Summer.
In a separate building is a private double bedroom with en suite facilities. Rates include breakfast essentials.
The pub is easily accessible for those travelling from Newport or Caerphilly.
Nearby Newport offers a range of amenities and interesting places to visit. These include Caerleon Roman Fortress and Bath…
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…
The Stackpole Inn is situated within the magnificent Pembrokeshire Coast National Park just a short drive from the county town of Pembroke. Our inn is an excellent base for those wishing to discover the true beauty of the UK’s only coastal National Park.
The accommodation consists of four high quality king size en suite rooms on 2 levels, 2 downstairs and 2 upstairs. Two of these rooms also have double pull out sofa beds, making them ideal family rooms for up to 4 people. The 2 upstairs rooms can be converted into twin rooms (upon request). Please note this on your online booking if required. The rooms are situated in a standalone building in the grounds of The Stackpole Inn.
Locations don't come much more exciting than this. We are within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and just 15 minutes walking distance of the Pembrokeshire Costal Path, Stackpole Quay and Barafundle Bay -…
The Salutation Inn is a 16th century coaching inn which has been tastefully modernised to give 21st Century comfort to our guests. The original parts of the old inn now blend perfectly with the modern and well appointed bed and breakfast accommodation, bars and spacious restaurant.
Each of our bed and breakfast rooms have the benefit of an en suite bathroom, a flat screen TV, tea & coffee making facilities, telephone and hair dryer. All rooms are also WIFI enabled.
We offer a hearty home cooked breakfast, made to order, using fresh local produce. We also offer a lighter choice with fresh fruits, yoghurt, cereals and fruit juices - all served up with endless pots of tea and freshly ground coffee in our contemporary restaurant with views over the River Nevern.
The public bar is well stocked with local real ales, lagers and a wine list with a choice of wines from around the world. …
The Trewern Arms in Nevern near Newport is the perfect place to stay for all the family. Our pub in Pembrokeshire boasts a wonderful riverside restaurant and bar, ensuring all your needs are met.
Our picturesque 16th Century Inn is deep within a secluded valley and set in its own grounds astride the banks of the River Nevern. We have 10 recently refurbished en suite bedrooms available.
Our restaurant boasts an enviable reputation for the excellence of the cuisine, having received many accolades over the years. The hotel and restaurant have featured in Egon Ronay's Best Food & Accommodation Guide, The Good Food Guide, Good Pub Guide and Which Magazine.
It is the public bar, aptly named "The Brew House", where you really capture the spirit of The Trewern Arms Inn. This country inn with its original flagstone floors, stone walls, old settles and traditional old beams decorated wi…
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…