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We first visited almost exactly a year ago, when new licensees were keen to make a good impression, which they did. Local intelligence suggests that they are in process of decamping to the Village Stores, and the Castle Inn (still under their control) has since...More
We visited to take part in the Llansteffan festival..the place is so unique, the locals are something else and Sarah and Jamie are top notch..would recommend this weekend to anyone who likes a good time x
Be warned: this pub is popular with dog owners. If that does not put you off the food certainly will. Soggy scampi and lukewarm steak and ale pie which had more mushroom than steak. However, the young waitress was friendly and charming which is why...More
Little confusing, I read online that food bar food and snacks were available from 12pm and evening menu from 6pm. We turned up on sunday at 4.30pm and there was absolutely no food, the man behind the bar was less than interested and when I...More