I haven't stayed here yet, but as a pub this community-run place knocks spots off anywhere else in the area. They only have two (local) real ales, but both are extremely well-kept. Free crisps and peanuts may appear for willing drinkers ! Very friendly staff, happy to converse in either Welsh or English. The £9.75 two course Sunday lunch is a bargain (dogs allowed in the bar, where you can also eat). They have an annual beerfest over the August Bank Holiday and occasional live music too.
The pernickity might find things to criticise here - but that's missing the point. This is a proper pub in a village which might not otherwise have one, and they do a fine job. My only real suggestion - get some draught Welsh cider in, and start becoming known as a cider pub too.
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking