We stayed three nights at the Old Rectory in Llangattock Lingoed while walking the Three Castles route. Before arrival we planned to have dinner one night at the Hunter's Moon, and then take a taxi to the Michelin-starred Walnut Tree for the second night. But after one meal at the Hunter's Moon, we changed our minds and decided to dine there all three nights. The food is excellent (especially the lamb dishes), the pub cozy and comfortable, and the family that runs it is so friendly and welcoming. We met "Granny" who makes the desserts on the second night so of course we all had to have dessert after that (no something we normally eat every night).
They also have a vegetarian dish (butternut squash and feta with pine nuts) that is very tasty (I ordered that the first night). Plus an excellent selection of local brews, including cider, and a nice wine list. And it is family-friendly---there were local families sitting in the front room for dinner when we arrived each night.
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