Neuadd Arms Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsNeuadd Arms Hotel Llanwrtyd Wells
A warm fire to sit and have our beer followed by a very good meal. I had the minted lamb hotpot and Mile the Beef Madras. Both very good comfort food.
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... Arlene, Carol and Rhe had regularly frequented near Aberystwyth Castle is now - closed. :(
As we face west, we had the sun right until sunset and a great view of the beach from our room. Great for people watching and listening to waves all night. All these people wandering down the promenade following our footsteps to - yes, Arlene knows - KICK THE BAR in true local fashion. The people of Aberystwyth did a great job restoring the waterfront walkway and ...
... by Sandra and Keith. Sandra has been running pubs for many years, but as she was nearing retirement and with three pubs in Pandy all struggling to an extent, she decided to close the pub, The Lancaster Arms, but to still operate as a B&B guest house specifically for walkers (the Dyke path goes past the front door). As a result, initially it's the strangest experience walking in to a guest house and finding the front room is in fact the pub lounge bar! However, after ...
... usual butchers, bakers etc plus at least one traditional ironmongers. As we have been passed by the ubiquitous Tesco delivery van, one does wonder how these small shops can last and Kington and Knighton do look as if they have seen better days. Anyway, the coffee was as good as promised; the doorstep of a bacon sandwich even better. We needed it as we were immediately climbing up and out of Kington onto Disgwlfa Hill. This is common land. Instead of ...
I am sorry to be so repetitive... but again we awoke to a clear blue sky. Richard Coleman arrived bang on time to pick up Rob, Cadbury and me, giving Trina a morning off from her driving duties. We started in the village of Craven Arms, walking along the river to the stunning castle at Stokesay, parts of which date back to the 12th century. Trina and Al went round the castle later in the day and reported that ...
... little breeze. We wandered the extensive machinery section for ages and then found the wood chopping section which had an event we had never seen before, that of pole climbing. It was fascinating and so we watched that for a while. The best young chaps got 30metres up the pole to ring the bell in 13 seconds! We were having afternoon tea at a table and I got chatting to some local ladies with 'stewardess' on their labels. When they knew we were from NZ they insisted ...