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The Severn Arms, Penybont - pub details

Address: Penybont, Llandrindod Wells, Powys, LD1 5UA [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 25471) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Pen-y-bont (1.2 miles), Dolau (2.5 miles), Llandrindod Wells (4.2 miles)

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user reviews of the Severn Arms, Penybont

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Roadside pub not too far from Llandrindod Wells. There are 3 rooms - a lounge on the left as you enter, the Ithon Bar on the right and a pool room (currently being redecorated) at the rear. Beers on were Felinfoel Double Dragon, Brains Reverend James, Wye Valley Dorothy Goodbody's Natural Blonde Lager, Courage Directors and Breconshire Golden Valley. A nice enough pub. But not the best of the day. Honours for that fell to the Castle Inn in Knucklas, which is not listed on here.
blue_scrumpy - 30 May 2011 14:42
Visited The Severn Arms when the England v Wales 6 Nations match was in full swing. The larger bar was *packed* with supporters of both teams, goodwill evident and much drinking being done in front of an impressively large screen at the far end of the bar.

The 4 staff were very busy but getting everyone served in turn (!) - the smaller bar to the left was empty so we decided to go in there. 4 real ales and usual fizz, tried the Golden Valley Real Ale which was in excellent condition, served well and fairly promptly given the circumstances.

Result for us was 4 excelent pints, better than Wales who lost 30-17 (only just then ;-.> ).
deepinsight - 18 Feb 2010 21:18
Lovely building. Inside it's a strange mix. Not quite sure whether its supposed to be a pub or a restaurant. Beer was good, but only one on handpull. If you're passing its worth a visit, but if you've got a choice, I would go a few miles further towards England and try the Radnor arms at New Radnor.
jimbosmith - 30 Jul 2005 10:00

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