Neuadd Arms Hotel

Mid Wales - Llanwrtyd Wells

A historic pub interior of regional importance

Listed Status: Not listed

The Square
Llanwrtyd Wells
LD5 4RB

Tel: (01591) 610236

Website http://www.neuaddarmshotel.co.uk

Facebook https://www.facebook.com/neuaddarms

Real Ale: Yes

Real Cider: Yes

Lunchtime Meals: Yes

Evening Meals: Yes

Nearby Station: Llanwrtyd

Station Distance: 600m

Public Transport: Near Railway Station (Llanwyrtyd Wells)

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The Bell Bar, with its own entrance on the left side of the building was originally the hotel kitchen and is virtually unchanged since being created in 1950. The name derives from the 18 service bells on the walls - the second best display of high Victorian service bells in a UK pub/hotel (the Royal Castle Hotel, Dartmouth has 43). The small room has a black and red quarry-tiled floor, solid bar counter, bar back shelves and a large stone fireplace.

On the wall you will see details of the winners of some of the large array of events held in the town, including the Man Versus Horse Marathon on the second weekend in June; and the World Bog Snorkelling Championships in August.

Beyond the bar, a quarry-tiled pool room, formerly an extension to contain the new kitchen, retains its range fireplace and has the pub game of quoits. The part- Georgian, part-early Victorian three-storey hotel has a lounge bar with a velour padded bar front, bar back shelves and stone fireplace which all look very late 1960s. The hotel also has a residents' lounge, restaurant and 21 bedrooms, plus its own brewery at the rear.

The Bell Bar, with its own entrance on the left side of the building, created in c.1950, was originally the hotel kitchen and is virtually unchanged since. It is so named as on the walls are 18 service bells - the second best display of high Victorian service bells in a UK pub/hotel (the Royal Castle Hotel, Dartmouth has 43). The small room has a black and red quarry-tiled floor, solid bar counter, bar back shelves and a large stone fireplace.

On the wall you will see details of the winners of some of the large array of events that are held in the town, including the Man Versus Horse Marathon on the 2nd.weekend in June; and the World Bog Snorkelling Championships in August.

Beyond the bar is a quarry-tiled pool room, formerly an extension to contain the new kitchen, which still retains its range fireplace and has the pub game of quoits. The part Georgian, part early Victorian three-storey hotel has a lounge bar with a velour padded bar front, bar back shelves and stone fireplace which all look very late 1960s. There is also a residents' lounge, restaurant and 21 bedrooms, as well as its own brewery at the rear.

The Neuadd Arms Hotel is one of the three venues for the ten day Mid Wales Beer Festival in November over two weekends including the 20th., and the pub holds its own Winter Warmer beer festival on the second weekend in January.

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