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Llansteffan's newly refurbished Inn at the Sticks. A bar, restaurant and B&B offering modern British cuisine made from fresh, local produce and a wide selection of beers & wine.
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Free parking
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Bar/Lounge
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Breakfast included
Non-smoking hotel
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Public Wifi
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Fine dining, the pub has been refurbished and very pleasant. We ate in the bar as we had the dog. They also have a restaurant. Very polite and friendly staff. A bit expensive considering we only had a bar meal, but overall pleasant.
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Our first visit to Inn at the sticks and we had a delicious Sunday lunch. The food was delicious, portion sizes were generous and a lovely meal. Three courses and the food is locally sourced, lovely menu and excellent service. The staff are friendly, attentive and service is
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Cinio hyfryd. Broccoli & perl las soup lysh. Risotto pea & asparagus ffres. Cynhwysion o’r safon ucha wedi’u coginio’n berffeth. Gret i gal gwasaneth yn y Gymraeg. Great lunch. Lovely broccolli & perl las soup. Fresh, green pea & asparagus risotto. Great welsh service.
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My partner and I won a one night stay with complimentary breakfast through a Facebook competition. We were welcomed as soon as we walked through the door and a lady showed us to our room. The room was great, the bed was our favourite, unbelievably comfortable! After
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We stayed at Inn at The Sticks on New Years Eve 2018. it was a last minute thing and we had found them on a website showing ;Best Pub Food in Wales; My first impressions were that pictures on the website were a bit flattering. The bar and restaurant are very bare and rustic
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A wonderful experience.Food was fantastic.The rooms were very clean,spacious, comfy absolutely a
A wonderful experience.Food was fantastic.The rooms were very clean,spacious, comfy absolutely a
A wonderful experience.Food was fantastic.The rooms were very clean,spacious, comfy absolutely a
A wonderful experience.Food was fantastic.The rooms were very clean,spacious, comfy absolutely a
A wonderful experience.Food was fantastic.The rooms were very clean,spacious, comfy absolutely a
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To Start Soup of the day and homemade bread (v) £4.95 Pork rillette, pickled vegetables and griddled sourdough £6.95 Wild mushrooms on a bed of herb crusted portobello (v) £5.95 Chargrilled fennel, mozzarella and caper stack (v) £4.95 Mackerel escabeche with pickled vegetables and griddled sourdough £5.95 
(Gluten free breads available) Main Slow cooked Welsh lamb belly, stuffed with pork, mozzarella and olive, boulangere potatoes, carrots and seasonal veg £15.95 Pan fried chilli marinated tofu, brown rice noodles, coconut broth, curly kale and toasted sesame oil (v) £13.95 10 ounce Welsh ribeye steak served with slow cooked pulled ox cheek, balsamic roasted tomatoes and triple cooked chips £21.95 Roast aubergine stack with a spinach, pine nut and goat’s cheese stuffing alongside a beetroot & lentil cake (v) £13.95 Sea bass fillet served with a warm salad of samphire, peas, nectarines, saffron potato, pistachio and a raspberry vinaigrette dressing £15.95 Free range pan fried chicken breast, stuffed and rolled chicken thigh with boulangere potatoes and curly kale £16.95 Slow cooked pork belly, black pudding, fondant potato and spiced red cabbage £16.95 To Finish Flourless chocolate cake with homemade vanilla ice-cream £5.95 Homemade Panna Cotta with summer fruits £5.95 Treacle tart with homemade vanilla ice-cream £5.95 Cheese board - All cheeses from Carmarthenshire Cheese Company with homemade pickles & crisp breads £9 (for two people) (Add a 50ml glass of port for an extra £2 each)
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"there are only 4 or 5 rooms accessed only by a steep stairs and no lift."
"Don't know anything about the place apart from pub."
"Make sure you get a sea view."
"We did not stay, just ate - but I wonder what breakfast is like - may be worth coming back just to find out!"
"My review applies to the restaurant and bar ."
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PRICE RANGE
US$116 - US$120 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
LOCATION
United KingdomWalesLlansteffan
NUMBER OF ROOMS
5
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