This guy is the toilet roll holder in the Firs, our rather wonderful B & B last Wednesday in Builth Wells. Remind you of anything ? We finally met up with Duncan, having somehow persuaded him to eat as well as drink on a ticking day. This picture shows an excited group of pub tickers… Continue reading PAD THAI & POWYS
More from Builth Wells which, aided by the sunshine I bring to all Welsh towns, looked in decent nick despite the lack of custom. Duncan had done the hard yards the night before and sadly confirmed a lack of Draught Bass. Here’s the statue of someone disappointed at the lack of Bass in 1847. You… Continue reading WHOOSH !!!
Having conquered the waterfalls (can you conquer a waterfall ?) we headed back north to our Wednesday stop in bucolic Builth Wells. The B4520 linking Sennybridge and Builth must be one of the most under-pubbed parts of the country, bar the Pwllgloyw Arms with its “occasional real ale” tempter. I’ll be testing you on the… Continue reading BUILTH TO LAST
A rare treat, an overnighter in Llandrindod Wells, featuring the inevitable new micro pub and rather older Conservative Club. A bit disappointing, but still two more GBG entries than neighbouring Builth, though Llan.Wells has the more unpronounceable name. And the one I’m most likely to spell wrong in this post. You really need the Philip Navigator page… Continue reading A DAY AT THE WELLS