Traditional village pub with bar and dining areas, local ales and good food
The good pub guide review
Fully refurbished after a fire, this friendly modern pub remains the hub of the local community ' but there's always a genuine welcome for visitors too. The bar has wooden kitchen chairs around rustic tables on pale floorboards and stools on black and red floor tiles against the counter, where charming staff serve two ales on handpump from the likes of local Grey Tree, Glamorgan or Mantle breweries, ciders and a decent selection of mainly old world wines. The room stretches around past a settle to the dining area with similar tables, button-back plush chairs and more floorboards. There's also a woodburning stove in a little fireplace. A sunken back terrace has seats and steps up to a lawn where there are picnic tables under parasols. The 13th-c village church is opposite.
The good pub guide food review
Enjoyable food (takeaway only at time of writing) includes Llanfihangel lamb cutlets with couscous salad, ever-changing pies such as chicken and asparagus with mash and gravy, beer-battered fish and chips, beef lasagne, a choice of curries (maybe cauliflower, green bean and spinach or chicken makhani), and puddings such as peach and strawberry meringue roulade and salted caramel and ginger cheesecake.
Y Ffarmers, Llanfihangel-y-Creuddyn, Aberystwyth, Ceredigion, SY23 4LA
Weekdays: 5-8:30 Wed, 12-2, 5-8:30 Thu/Fri
Saturday: 12-2, 5-8:30