We stayed in llanyre for a long weekend and the pub was a couple of minutes walk away. The staff were very friendly when we popped in for a drink. We returned for a Sunday roast which was lovely and we were asked if we wanted extra gravy and veg which was nice, we didn’t as the portions were plenty. The waitress was lovely and chatted to us for a while despite the pub being very busy. The pub has a lovely welcoming atmosphere and the locals were very friendly.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- We are situated 1 1/4 miles on the outskirts of a beautiful Victorian town named Llandrindod Wells, which nestles amongst the Black Mountain and the the Brecon Beacons. Refreshments have been taken for centuries in the site of todays Bell Country Inn. The hostelry was built for thirsty drovers taking their stock from West Wales to the markets of Gloucester and Hereford. We are the new owners of the Bell and have just finished a complete refurbishment. The Bell now offers guest accommodation comprising of 10 en-suite bedrooms, all to a high standard. Two bars and a restaurant. ... more less