Rhyd-Y- Pennau Inn

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Rhyd-Y- Pennau Inn


Not many pubs with restaurants have as many other facilities as The Rhyd-Y-Pennau Inn. Located on the main A487 at Bow Street near Aberystwyth, it has a large parking area making it an ideal coach stop and of course coaches are welcome by appointment. There is excellent disabled access to the eating and drinking areas. Close to the seaside resorts of Clarach and Borth with a garden and a great childrens play area makes it ideal for families. Inside there is a separate games room with Sky Sports on the flat screens and the usual pool and darts. However it is the food which is the big attraction with an extensive menu, carveries and regular Meal Deals always available.

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Bow Street,
Aberystwyth, Ceredigion, SY24 5AA

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