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Barley Mow, Craig Penllyn - pub details

Address: Craig Penllyn, Cowbridge, South Glamorgan, CF71 7RT [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 33783) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Pencoed (2.8 miles), Pontyclun (4.6 miles), Bridgend (4.9 miles)

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user reviews of Barley Mow, Craig Penllyn

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The Barley Mow was our final pub of the day. We had tried to visit earlier. But they don't open until 5pm on Mondays. It's another nice country pub in a pretty village. Not too large, but big enough for both drinkers and diners to co-exist. We did a bit of both. The website states that it was recently taken over. We certainly found the staff to be friendly. Food was good. Although the ale choice could have been better - just Hancocks HB & Sharps Doom Bar. The cider of choice was Stowford Press.
blue_scrumpy - 7 May 2014 20:51
Popular and welcoming country village local with the greatest percentage of floor space dedicated to food tables. The food is keenly priced but the quality of the meal really depends on what you order on the day. Whilst my friends enjoyed their meals , I was disappointed that the steak and ale pie had been hit by the recession and was a shadow of its former self ( once served in a bottomless dish with rich gray and thin pastry top ). A legend no more. Service can get painfully slow on times as well (probably more down to quantity of staff than their work rate). And gone are the polish waitresses who would turn up at your table with "sealion steaks".
The bar area is cosy and charactersome, if small compared to the dining area. Three hand pulled ales available:-the ubiquitos Hancocks HB, Spitfire and "Barley Mow" house beer. All well kept.
Its an ok place to go but with a bit of attention to consistent quality and service it could be a great place to go to.
tarkatherotter - 19 Apr 2009 08:24

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