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Lleolir Tafarn Sinc yng nghalon y Preselau oddi fewn i ysblander Parc Cenedlaethol Arfordir Penfro. Dyma’r dafarn drwyddedig uchaf yn Sir Benfro i’w ganfod yng nghesail Foel Cwm Cerwyn ym mhentref bychan Rhos-y-bwlch. Mwynhewch ramant y bryniau...more
All reviews nice pint warm welcome quirky place local community faggots for sunday lunch pudding pate booked a table lovely meal preseli hills home made well worth a visit west wales spend an evening great welsh visiting the area
Lucky enough to come across the Tafarn Sinc when visiting the area on wkend...Myself & my partner(who unfortunately isnt lucky enough to be Welsh 😂) visited both days with my Boxer. All 3 of us were made very welcome, we ate one evening & had...More
We had Sunday lunch by a warming wood stove in this charming and quirky place. The food was good with nicely cooked veg and tender beef. The staff were lovely and it’s a nice place. It is also a proper local pub with good beer...More
We have visited this pub previously a few years ago and were eager to show our friends. From the moment we entered we received exceptionally friendly service by the two ladies working there. The food was first class pub food and we had a variety...More
After a cold snowy morning out sledging this place was exactly what we needed. Warm comfy place to sit, eat & drink. All the quirky things to look at entertained the children, especially the saw dust on the floor! Nice food, good choice. Very accommodating...More
We were delighted to find the Christmas Decs had been put up on our trip on 1st December, had booked a table as was Saturday evening and we were so glad we had as it turned out to be a busy night.
The steak and...More
I was taken to Tafarn Sinc by a dear friend, Gareth, after a day sightseeing around Southwest Wales, and what a Grand Finale. From the moment we pulled up outside, I was taken in by the place. A superb corrugated building, set in an aray...More
visited this place on a recommendation and found it just like pubs used to be-laid back with sawdust on the floor. The food was very good and excellent value for money and the service from the friendly staff was very efficient. Strongly recommended.
What a way to recover from a walk with changeable weather. We had a friendly welcome from the team with a selection of real ales to choose from. I opted for the soup and a sandwich which was perfect, soup was warm and full of...More
We visited yesterday our soup was very tasty and it was £7.50 which included a sandwich. The dining room was lovely and warm and the locks on both ladies toilets worked. We had a variety of meals and they were all good value... More
We visited yesterday our soup was very tasty and it was £7.50 which included a sandwich. The dining room was lovely and warm and the locks on both ladies toilets worked. We had a variety of meals and they were all good value and very tasty.