Ysgethin Inn

Eating Out in Talybont

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Ysgethin Inn

Eating Out

A warm and friendly country inn, in the idyllic settings of the Ysgethin river and forest. We serve fresh home cooked food 6 days a week and In seasonal times 7 days a week. We have 2 servings of 12.00-2.30 and then 6.00-8.30 and on a Sunday a traditional

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Talybont, Gwynedd , LL43 2AN

01341-247578

www.ysgethin.com

[email protected]

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