The Angel Inn in Llanidloes is a traditional coaching Inn built in 1748. The Inn has recently been fully refurbished, but has retained all of its original character and charm, with both the Bar and Lounge full of the original Oak beams.
In contrast to the traditional and welcoming Pub feel, we have a fully modernised Restaurant at the rear of the premises providing a wide range of traditional and modern international cuisine; made using as much locally produced fresh ingredients as we can source. We also have an outside decked Beer garden where you can enjoy a drink in the Sun or dine al fresco in the Summer if you prefer. We offer a full range of Beers and individually selected house wines with at least three cask Ales on regular offer.
Here at the Angel we pride ourselves with providing a relaxed and homely atmosphere full of friendly locals, where you will receive a warm welcome time and again. Our staff is our most prized asset, so please feel free to visit us at any time and if you have any particular requests or questions, please feel free to ask as we will do our utmost to accommodate.
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