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“Excellent meal and friendly service”
Review of The Bell

The Bell
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: USD 6 - USD 25
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Description: Situated in the village of Glangrwyney, between Abergavenny & Crickhowell. We have 4 rooms available for B&B. Dog friendly for accommodation and food. IMG_2590 Facilities Central Heating, Parking, Licensed, Dogs by Arrangement, Credit Cards accepted, Coach Parties, Bath/Shower, En-Suite, Cafe/Restaurant On Site, No Smoking Facilities, Cot/High Chair, Tea/Coffee All Rooms, TV Each Room, Special Diets, Facilities for Walkers/Cyclists (DE), WiFi Facilities The Bell Glangrwyney is situated within the small rural village of Glangrwyney just outside Abergavenny and is ideally placed for walkers, adventure seekers or those just wanting a warm retreat in a classic country pub. The Bell Glangrwyney have 4 B&B rooms available for a single night’s stay or to make a wonderful base for your holiday. The Bell is situated within the small rural village of Glangrwyney just outside Abergavenny and is ideally placed for walkers, adventure seekers or those just wanting a warm retreat in a classic country pub. Children welcome The Bell is situated within the small rural village of Glangrwyney just outside Abergavenny and is ideally placed for walkers, adventure seekers or those just wanting a warm retreat in a classic The Bell is situated within the small rural village of Glangrwyney just outside Abergavenny and is ideally placed for walkers, adventure seekers or those just wanting a warm retreat in a classic country pub.Located within the Brecon Beacons national park. The Bell is ideally located close to many activities, from fly fishing, canoeing, climbing, Welsh Whisky Distillery, idyllic country walks or a lazy afternoon by the log fire. Whether you are staying at The Bell or have just popped in for a drink and a bite to eat, you can expect a warm Welsh welcome from Nico , Vasile and team. The pub has an impressive range of real ales including Welsh and guest ales and a menu of fine wines to compliment any meal. The bar is cosy and perfect to relax and enjoy a quiet drink. With the colder days approaching, our Inn is the perfect place to warm up with warm friends and a good drink. The Bell is ideal for both business and pleasure particularly for those that wish to visit the Brecon Beacons National Park. Wi-Fi Available PRICES One Small Double room - £50 per night One Twin room - £75 per night One King size Double - £75 per night One Super King size/Family room £85 per night Room price includes our lovely Welsh breakfast. Local Information The area surrounding the Blue is ideal for walking the Brecon Beacons the Black Mountains and the Wye Valley. Or there is plenty of opportunity for Fishing, Shooting, Rock Climbing or Golf. Places to visit include Tretower Court, Brecon Beacons, Brecon Beacon Mountain Railway, Blaenavon Ironworks, Brecknock Museum & Art Gallery, Cyfartha Castle, Tretower Castle, Abergavenny Castle, Bryn Bach Country Park and White Castle to name just a few. Specialist Breaks Business Breaks | Fishing / Angling Breaks | Walking Holiday Facilities Evening Meals | Children Welcome | Parking | TV | Internet Access /Wi Fi | Highchair Available | Garden/Seating Area | Tea / Coffee Making Facilities | En-Suite Facilities | Licensed Bar Dogs welcome
Reviewed 6 April 2018 via mobile

Had a friendly welcome at this pleasant pub. An extensive menu and my son loved the imaginative children's choices! The steak burger was superb and we were particularly impressed with the giant sausages from a local butcher- really special and absolutely vast! Service was particularly friendly and nice/ welcoming to my little boy. On holiday in the area and we'd been surprised how few friendly pubs there are -we were delighted to find this one!

Thank jsdecody
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Reviewed 2 April 2018

Plenty of parking at the rear. Very friendly welcome. Big menu with lots of variety. Some lovely looking specials on the board. We had a really good Fisherman's pie at less than £12 each. Good sized portion and lovely staff. Excellent Rev James beer. Very surprised it wasn't heaving. Will call again.

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Reviewed 17 March 2018 via mobile

Just a great lunch for the whole party, a selection of a hot and cold buffet with excellent salads and vegetarian options. The beer is well kept and it’s good to see local young people working there. Sensitive to the occasion, staff were discrete and efficient.

Thank Lawrence W
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Reviewed 13 March 2018

Came here for a mid-week lunch, so unsurprisingly it was pretty quite... but this place deserves more customers as the service was fine, food was tasty and very generous portions, and the pub itself is picture-perfect. Plenty of parking, great location and a lovely big beer garden. Will definitely be back for spring evenings!

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Thank Elen N
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Reviewed 11 February 2018 via mobile

Splendid pub and restaurant.
Notices on walls ask for Trip Advisor reviews but i suspect the owners don't read them as they would then understand why the place remains empty most of the time which is a great pity as we had the best burgers ever!

Yes the waitress was young but weren't we all at some point. She was lovely but probably needs some guidance on customer service as she seemed a little reserved.
The chef was very accomodating as we tried to find the best table to watch the large tv for the rugby, even offering to turn around the large wing chairs if needed. As soon as we sat down he got the fire started which cheered the room up. He was also considerate when we were eating to come out and ask us how the food was.
As for the burgers.... well simply the best! Chunky meat with bacon, cheese, relish, tomato, toasted bun accompanied by gourmet chips and leafy salad. Check out the photo.
Mayo and tomato sauce brought to table without asking.
Free wifi available and a nice large car park. Pub is ideally located between Abergavenny and Crickhowell.
We will definitely be returning and it's a pity it's not more supported by the locals.

Thank TraWill
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