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The Bridge End Inn, Crickhowell - pub details

Address: Bridge Street, Crickhowell, Powys, NP8 1AR [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 41009) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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user reviews of the Bridge End Inn, Crickhowell

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This was the nicest pub that we found on our recent visit to Crickhowell. The staff and locals were very friendly and the good selection of beer was well kept (if a little cold).

The real selling point for this place is the garden which has one of the nicest views i've had the pleasure to find in a pub - pefect for early evening sun.
Foreman - 3 Jun 2011 13:20
An attractive white stonewashed pub at the bottom of town next to the river. Inside itís quite olde worlde, with a flagstone floor around the bar, beams on the ceiling and plenty of wood panelling on the walls and the bar counter.

Thereís a large selection of jugs and pots hanging from the ceiling as well as on the shelves. There was a plasma on the wall at one end which looked out of place, but fortunately this was off when we visited. There is also a log burning stove or similar in the fireplace at the end of the bar and even a pillar right through one of the tables which was an unusual feature. A blackboard listed a small selection of bar snacks that were available.

The bulk of the pub however seems to be given over to more of a restaurant area which is off to the left. At the entrance to this was a reception desk and a lady with a big open diary presumably to check your booking. The inference from this was that casual drinkers would not be welcome, so we didnít venture in here.

There is a small beer garden next to the river with a great view of the bridge. Lots of signs warned that this was a strictly private beer garden for pub customers only, so donít consider venturing in here if you havenít bought a pint!

There were several beers to choose from, although possibly nothing that inspiring - Rev. James, HB, Bass, Old Speckled Hen and Hobgoblin. Ciders were Strongbow and Stowford Press.
Blackthorn - 14 Mar 2011 11:23
Turns out it wasn't a bad day as i went to this pub last weekend and every member of staff was not just miserable but rude. The look the landlady gave me because my foot was sticking out an inch under the table was practically a scowl. The bold barman just ignored us and then kept sighing every time we asked for anything extra.Why you would work with the public if you don't like them I have no idea. Just don't bother with this miserable lot. And the food is poor.
KingRaama - 24 Aug 2010 13:08
Beer range OK and kept OK. Pub concentrates more on food which is expensive. Bar area small but has a few outside tables overlooking the river so good in fine weather. Staff not very friendly - I took back glasses from garden (I had gone out there after having a meal plus drinks) and placed on counter said thanks to the 3 staff who all ignored me. Maybe they were having a bad day!
mickbarry - 11 Aug 2010 16:34

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