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The Boat Inn, Penallt - pub details

Boat Inn
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Address: Lone Lane, Penallt, Monmouth, Gwent, NP25 4AJ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 26582) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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> Current user rating: 7.5/10 (rated by 21 users)
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Bush Inn, Monmouth (0.6 miles), Ostrich Inn, Newland (1.5 miles)

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Visited here in Feb 17 after a long ardeous walk and what a gem. There must have been 15+ ciders all in cask or polypin, it took at least 5mins to decide. Sadly only stayed for two, could easily have stayed all afternoon and into the evening with that choice. We just missed the lunch menu, so can''t comment on food but barmaid and locals were on top form. Look forward to returning. Butty bach also on tap, but was definitely on cider mode that day. Well worth visiting.
Polypore - 7 Sep 2017 19:16
I wondered where we were going to end up when friends took us out for a beer. What a fabulous little pub.
Plenty of ciders and a couple of well kept beers available; we opted for the Bankers Draft and the Butty Bach.
There is food available and plenty of outside seating under the escarpment. There were several streams flowing down this and along with the surging river it was a very scenic spot. Parking is an issue and I guess the easiest way to deal with that would be to arrive via the foot bridge from Redbrook.
LickeyEndBooze - 16 Feb 2014 13:56
As good as I remember, when I visited over the recent bank holiday. The beer range appears to be smaller, but is more than made up for by the cider range.
Food quality good, friendly and welcoming.
PaulGreen77 - 6 Jun 2011 16:06
Small old stone pub next to the Wye. Really interesting range of local ciders (15 or so) and a couple of local ales too. Simple food but quite tasty and freshly cooked.
Seemed to be a locals/hikers pub (which is fine)...lots of folks getting quite p!ssed on the cider, but with a friendly atmosphere. It's a lot more "worn around the edges" than their website suggests but it was good fun visiting. Definitely go back if I get the chance.
Tip: it's next to an old railway bridge across the Wye so it's possible to walk, but not drive, across the river.
JonRambo - 13 May 2011 13:53
Visited on the weekend. Great pub in a great location. Wonderful selection of ciders and Wye Valley Ales on good form. Will definitely not be driving when I go back.
dan76uk - 12 Apr 2011 10:40

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