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The Britannia Inn, Crickhowell - pub details

Address: 20, High St, Crickhowell, Powys, NP8 1BD [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 16557) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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> Current user rating: 5.1/10 (rated by 9 users)
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Came in here in June (2019) so as always, I'm late with my posts.

I really liked the place. Quite a bright and cheery interior and staff and locals friendly. Seemed well set up for both drinkers and eaters. The food menu looked fine but I didn't eat. On one visit during my stay in the town, the Cricket World Cup was on TV - England were playing and getting well beaten by Australia and it was pleasing to see the Welsh locals supping the English team.

I had a few pints of Butty Bach and Wye Valley's HPA - both very good indeed.

Of the two pubs I visited in Crickhowell, I liked this one the most and would happily go back.
on_the_brightside - 31 Oct 2019 17:44
Huge place which was very quiet when we went for a drink on a friday. We got the impression that it would get busy later and from the advertisments on the walls (and the comments on here) that would appear to be the case.

Only one real ale on tap which was a theakston's, not the best pint i've ever had but not the worst either.
Foreman - 3 Jun 2011 13:17
A no frills boozer that seems to be trying to cater more for the youth market. There was karaoke in progress on a recent Saturday evening visit, and lots of shrieking females who seemed to be enjoying it.

The bar itself is a L-shape affair, and has fairly limited seating. There’s some exposed stone walls and a wood stripped floor, so the place has some redeeming features. There is also a fireplace, although this was not in use.

The solitary beer on tap was Adnams Southwold. Ciders were Strongbow and Stowford Press. There were also various posters on the walls advertising a selection of “shooters” and “Jugs for Fun”, whatever they are.
Blackthorn - 14 Mar 2011 12:22
Used to be a spit and sawdust pub (always good beer), then a kids pub. It's now a really nice place to spend an evening. Nice selction of drinks, nice atmosphere and ambience - somewhere between a bistro, wine bar and country pub if that's not a contradiction. laos has a large room at the back where they put live music on - open mic night on Wednesday is particulalrly good
steveroberts - 9 Jan 2011 15:24
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NeilAle - 1 Mar 2006 23:11

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