Places to Eat Locally

We have a number of good eating houses close by.  Here are three of our favourites:-

The Fforest Inn, Llanfihangel-Nant-Melan , LD8 2TN – 01544 350526

One of Wales’ oldest pubs, The Fforest Inn was originally built in the 16th century as a Drovers inn. Steeped in history and recently renovated, it still retains many of its original features but now compliments them with a comfortable, welcoming environment. Food is served from Tuesday through to Sunday
http://thefforest.co.uk/

 

The Red Lion Inn, Llanfihangel-Nant-Melan LD8 2TN – 01544 350220

“Our cosy 16th century Drovers Inn has been dispensing sustenance and refreshment to weary travellers for centuries. Today, guests can relax with a drink or enjoy a meal in front of the log burning fires in our beamed lounge bars or wander into our terrace for a meal. Featuring free WiFi

We take pride in our acclaimed hospitality, and the combination of traditional and modern cookery, using local fresh produce, has made The Red Lion renowned for its food. Our wine list is well balanced and provides a wide choice to suit all tastes and pockets”
http://www.theredlioncountryinn.co.uk/

 

The Harp Inn, Old Radnor LD8 2RH – 01544 350655

“Our philosophy with the food we serve is simple – good, fresh ingredients, locally sourced if possible, freshly cooked to order, presented and served with care.  Because our food is freshly prepared, our menu is not extensive but we offer simple pub food classics such as ham and eggs or steak and chips alongside our chef’s more imaginative modern dishes and of course a traditional roast lunch on Sundays” http://www.harpinnradnor.co.uk/eat/