OLD RADNOR, Presteigne, LD8 2RH
With magnificent views across the Radnor Valley, this stone-built Welsh longhouse dates from the 15th century. Open the plain wooden door and you step into a cosy lounge and bars with original oak beams, crackling log fires, semi-circular wooden settles and slate floors; books, board games and hop bines complete the warm, traditional appeal. The food focus is on fresh and seasonal produce, and local sourcing is highlighted on the concise, refreshingly no-frills menu. Roasted red pepper and tomato soup with herb oil makes for a tasty starter, and to follow perhaps roast lemon sole, Welsh rarebit, ham and caper potato cake, green beans and parsley cream; a classic steak and chips; or home-cooked ham, egg and chips. Finish with maple syrup cheesecake, praline crumb with vanilla and pecan ice cream. Real ales from Shropshire and Herefordshire breweries are rotated, and an annual June beer festival is hugely popular.
Tel: 01544 350655
Please quote 'The AA'.
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Three Tuns, Wye Valley, Hobsons, Ludlow, Salopian
6-11 (Fri-Sun 12-3 6-11)
Mon (ex BHs) Tue
No coach parties catered.