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The Powis Arms Hotel, Welshpool - pub details

Powis Arms Hotel
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Address: Pool Quay, Welshpool, Powys, SY21 9JS [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 16574) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train station Welshpool (3.3 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.3/10 (rated by 7 users)
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user reviews of the Powis Arms Hotel, Welshpool

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a friendly and welcoming pub good food and nice landlord and landlady very nice locals and we were made very welcome by customers as well worth a visit

smurfangie - 18 Jun 2011 00:46
Went to this pub for sunday lunch with family a few weeks ago. The place feels like you are walking into someone's front room and just using their house for a drink and a meal! We got a table in the 'dining room', through the hallway which had family items on a side board. We had a good sized table for us to spread out for our meal. Overall the service was very hit and miss. The chap behind the bar looked like he was the local farmer who had just milked the cows and then popped down to serve us a few drinks! Our food was disappointing too. The comedy value more than made up for poor food.
welshgirlie - 4 Apr 2011 21:12
Visited with a group of friends on 24th Aug 2010.

Pretty much unspoilt, welcoming pub with a drinking room and adjacent dining area.

Two handpumps on the bar but only one ale is kept, which changes regularly. Hobsons "Town Crier" on our visit was kept perfectly. Grolsch, Brains, Worthington, Guinness and Carling available from the keg taps.

Inglenook and dartboard main features, low wood-beamed cealing and terrazio floor noted, and look for the array of stone and glass mugs hanging from the ceiling. No background music, simply conversation in the pub.

Food is available when the landlady is awake, and the landlord professes to be a keen Laurel & Hardy fan.

A timewarp.
lad_newton - 29 Aug 2010 17:44
Very much the heart of the village - a real effort being made by the landlady. The place deserves to succeed.
tel - 29 Jan 2008 16:23
Now reopened.serving 1 changing real ale.gem of a pub.not to be missed.People power has saved the pub.
welshboy88 - 2 Dec 2007 16:51

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