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Red Lion Inn
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Reviewed 5 January 2014

Visited this rural pub in Saturday, 4th.January 2014 with two friends. Very welcoming atmosphere, with friendly staff. As I was driving I was on Coke so I can't comment on the ales, although my friends were not very impressed. The food however as excellent, I had the steak & ale pie with new potatoes, whilst my mates had the steak & chicken fahijas. Very nice indeed.
Would possibly visit this pub in the future.

  • Stayed: January 2014, travelled with friends
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2  Thank brianedrobinson
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Reviewed 26 November 2013

We recently visited and stayed at the Red Lion (Llew Coch) due to tracing old family ties in the area. The interior of the bar was worth a 4.5 hour drive to see and experience. On walking in the door, the parlour bar is the first room to walk through and still retains a curved high backed settle facing a range fire. On a November's evening I cannot think of many cosier places to while away a few hours. The layout of this 'snug' immediately opens up conversations with the regulars and it is not long before you feel totally at home. The 'top' bar is also worth a look with its highly polished copper clad tables adding a nice charm.
We also stayed in the very recently converted stable at the rear of the pub. Despite the closeness of the accommodation to the pub I can vouch that it is very well sound proofed. There was a male Welsh choir who came into the bar late in the evening after a local event. I was in bed long before they finished for the evening and slept well in the super king size bed.
Overall a very comfortable stay with friendly people. I will definitely be back to visit again!
The pub at the moment does not have a working website but I was assured by Jackie, the Landlady, that there would be a website up and running soon.

  • Stayed: November 2013, travelled as a couple
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5  Thank Pubcyclist
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Reviewed 7 June 2012

Attended the restaurant with mixed group of all ages and vegetarians. There was a great choice of food all that was cooked from fresh to excellent standard. Also despite being busy, the food arrived very quickly. I also felt the food was good value for money. The negative point was the service. The staff were unwelcoming and show. On arrival we had to ask to place a drinks order even after they had taken the food order. Also there is an offer of a fixed price menu which was not offered. The final issue was the death stare and grunt the party received when asking for mustard. If it wasn't for the service I would give this full marks.

  • Stayed: June 2012
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1  Thank slint
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Reviewed 15 April 2012

Nice and welcoming small b&b located in a pub, owners was very welcoming and nice. Room was spacious and tidy.

  • Stayed: April 2012, travelled with family
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1  Thank georgied123
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Reviewed 25 July 2011

We stayed in the self contained apartment with a mixture of family including a toddler. The accommodation was clean, comfortable and had everything you needed. The food was great although do order early if there's a big crowd as we waited a long time due to it all being cooked from scratch. Breakfast was excellent too. The only thing that might be a problem for some was the noise that came up from the bar as the flat is directly above the pool room but it all stopped just after midnight. We would definitely go back as the bar had a great sociable atmosphere and we liked all the traditional elements - the brasses, copper pots, snug etc. We really felt at home and liked the ethos of the place - they held Welsh lessons, computer lessons and various other community based activities there as well. A great focus for the locals as well as the tourists.

  • Stayed: July 2011, travelled with family
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Thank UlsterMusician
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