The Felin Fach Griffin

‘I’d be very happy if this were my local,’ says a Guide inspector in 2016, of the Inkin brothers’ ‘charming’ pub-with-rooms. More

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The Felin Fach Griffin
Felin Fach
Powys
LD3 0UB
Wales
01874 620111
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Hotel information

Bedrooms

7.

Open

all year except 24/25 Dec.

Facilities

bar area, dining room, breakfast room, private dining room, no Wi-Fi, limited mobile phone signals, 3-acre garden (stream, kitchen garden, alfresco dining), only bar/dining room suitable for disabled.

Background music

Radio 4 at breakfast, ‘easy listening’ at other times, in bar and restaurant.

Children

all ages welcomed (games, books, children's menu).

Dogs

allowed in bedrooms, not in restaurant.

Credit cards

MasterCard, Visa.

Prices

[2016] per room B&B £130–£170, D,B&B £185–£225. Set menus £28.50.

Other Credits

Good Hotel Guide Review

‘I’d be very happy if this were my local,’ says a Guide inspector in 2016, of the Inkin brothers’ ‘charming’ pub-with-rooms. ‘The relaxed atmosphere belies the fact that the owners [and long-serving manager, Julie Bell] run a professional operation with great care for details.’ Come in to mismatched armchairs and a ‘roaring’ log fire, then check in to one of the smart, country-style bedrooms: each has fresh flowers, natural toiletries, local art, Welsh blankets. ‘Our room was small, with just enough space for the double bed, but the bathroom was nicely furnished, with a powerful shower. Plenty of books and magazines; filter coffee, leaf tea, lovely shortbread biscuits. We were given fresh milk, too – a big plus.’ In the ‘appealing, shabby-chic’ dining room, ‘amazing’, ‘inventive’ meals are well catered for by the lush kitchen garden. ‘My veggie dish of shaved asparagus and charred cabbage was delicious.’ Super-local breakfasts might include a ‘marvellous’ spiced-fruit compote. Sister inns The Gurnard’s Head, Zennor, and The Old Coastguard, Mousehole (see entries), share the same spirit.

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The Felin Fach Griffin
Felin Fach
Powys
LD3 0UB

Guest comments

'The Felin Fach Griffin provided the most extraordinary haven in a storm - literally, for a family depressed by a week's exceptionally damp camping holiday. I cannot sing its praises high enough - wonderful rooms, fabulous food, comfortable and just ridiculously welcoming (and with an excellent selection of both gin and beer behind the bar, and a delicious Pedro Ximenez sherry post-dinner). They dried our wet stuff in the boiler room, fed our four-year-old beans on toast and strawberry ice cream in the bar at 5.30pm, added fish and chips to the menu for the boys and relaid our table with candles and dessert for two after we'd put all offspring to bed. Breakfast at the communal table, with a dog by our toes and toast on the Aga sent us all off to continue our camping trip in an entirely cheerful frame of mind. Our stay remains a precious memory to all of us. And of course it is in the most beautiful part of the world - even in a rain storm. ' - Sophie Harrowes - September, 2016
'A very charming pub-with-rooms. The pub area is really relaxed, with roaring fires, mismatched armchairs and magazines to read, and the dining rooms leading off it are slightly more formal but still have appealing shabby-chic decor. The food was amazing. Our room was small, with just room for a double bed, and a view of the road, but the bathroom was a decent size and nicely furnished, and with a lovely powerful shower. Overall, a wonderful place. The relaxed atmosphere belies the fact that the owners/management run a professional operation and care about the details – it makes for a great combination ' - C B - April, 2016

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