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Los mejores bares en River Severn

Hotel
“The Hotel has a very good restaurant but Vanilla Cottage guests love it most for its Afternoon teas which are up there with the best in the UK. In winter it also has a very lovely Apres Ski bar with fondue and mulled wine. Great fun atmosphere. Need to book.”
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Bar
“For a treat, this is a really warm and welcoming dining pub with fantastic food, although not cheap. www.eatdrinksleep.ltd.uk”
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Pub
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“Charming small pub at the heart of Laurie Lee's village (this was his local), Slad. 35min walk / 10min drive. Beautiful views across to Swifts Hill. Excellent English food. Booking necessary if eating. 'Uley', the local ale, is a must-try! ”
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Cervecería
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“Brewery with great locally brewed beer. Informal bar with wood-fired pizzas.”
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Pub
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“Very popular pub with hundreds of locally brewed unusual and special beers. With an open fire, outdoor seating with warmers and a garden, not a bad Pub at all. ”
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Pub
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“On the other side if the river accessible by car, hand ferrie, biking or walking. ”
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Antro
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“Fab venue with a host of shows on throughout the year, restaurant and bar on premises!”
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Hotel
“Another renowned, quality, value and historical eating house. Dogs welcome.”
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Restaurante italiano
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“Fantastic independent Italian restaurant serving delicious dishes. Great for family meals.”
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Restaurante
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“Lovely venue, great menu. Alfresco Summer dining. Lovely gardens for children to run around in.”
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Light Rail Station
“A steam railway that goes three times a day up into the Brecon Beacons with lovely views. ”
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Restaurante de tapas
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“Set in a glamorously restored listed building, the rattle of cocktails freshly shaken & swinging background music makes for a buzzing & vibrant evening! Offers a wide range of lounge bites as well as an afternoon (tapas) tea. ”
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Pub
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“Excellent food, well presented, well cooked, superb service, lovely ambience. ”
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Bar
“Llanthony Priory (Welsh: Priordy Llanddewi Nant Hodni) is a partly ruined [1] former Augustinian priory [2] in the secluded Vale of Ewyas, a steep sided once glaciated valley within the Black Mountains area of the Brecon Beacons National Park in Monmouthshire, south east Wales. It lies seven miles north of Abergavenny on an old road to Hay-on-Wye at Llanthony. ”
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Bar
“A popular starting point for walking on the Hills avoiding an initial climb to the tops. An ice-cream stall and cafe are close by too. Good for food too.”
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Bar
“Inexpensive and a good atmosphere. Better crowd than your usual Weatherspoons”
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