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Run an Inn in Hay on Wye with my parents. Got a lovely son and girlfriend. In spare time (lol!) I enjoy playing Wii!

Username: edtheduck

Age: 33

Sex: male

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The Kilvert's Hotel, Hay on Wye

Apologies for the late reply - as both of the previous posters have noted we have been extremely busy recently! Thank you both for your feedback.

Griffo59 - We now take all but 2 of the bar stools away at lunchtimes so that more people can get to the small bar. As mentioned, the recent upturn in trade was a pleasant surprise. I'm very sorry that your Golden Sheep was that bad, we do take great pride in our ales and hence the recent awards for them. I must admit I'm surprised, as the other 67.5 pints we sold were fine. We happily replace any pint a customer isn't happy with - and at 3 a pint I'm surprised you didn't want it replacing - with 5 on there was plenty of choice. As for the Carling again I can only apologise - rest assured I line clean every Thursday morning without fail.

AleBob - We now have added to our staff so that every lunch there is a waitress, a bar staff and another member of staff who does both - I can only apologise for running out of food and the slow service, we've been pleasantly surprised with the sudden upturn in trade.

17 Aug 2009 17:24

Old Black Lion, Hay on Wye

Old Black Lion is a 4* small in. Bedrooms up top, walk in the front door and turn right to the bar. Food led pub, small bar for serving at, not for standing at and drinking. Lots of tables, with a restaurant as well. Restaurant quality food served throughout. Old Black Lion (Butty Bach) and Rev James on tap, both in good nick.

1 Jun 2009 11:29

The Maesllwch Arms Hotel, Glasbury

Now closed again. Apparently been sold with a view to turn into a block of flats. Shame

1 Jun 2009 11:25

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