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Stayed for one night at the Harp, as part of a Free rein riding holiday. Enjoyed the acommodation- set in a gorgeous location. The rooms are pleasant and I enjoyed breakfast and an evening meal (both very tasty). Staff were helpful and friendly. The rooms...More
My wife and I had lunch here on a Sunday in early June with my brother and my sister-in-law. The Harp is splendidly situated, next-door to Old Radnor church and with delightful views across rolling hills. Between us we ate goat's cheese beignets, curried parsnip...More
We always look forward to staying at The Harp as part of our Free Rein riding holiday. The warm welcome, the wonderful views, comfortable rooms and great food make it a great destination. Much of the food is locally sourced, it is well prepared and...More
Having been recommended to the Harp it was very disappointing to receive very poor quality food and service. Their was a very edgy atmosphere from the staff on arrival, which was no doubt due to them knowing they had a problem in the kitchen. The...More
A real treasure of a pub in beautiful countryside with views across rolling countryside. Inside is very traditional with hops hanging from the beams. The food was amazing and has one Michelin star. I had rump steak and triple cooked chips with tomato and field...More