Come Chat and Make Good Memories at The Bedlinog Inn

 

Conversation and Fun Times at Bedlinog Inn

Bedlinog is a quaint Welsh village whose name translates differently from Welsh to English, depending on one's opinion. Grave of the Fox is one translation, along with another being, house near the stream. As the name suggests, the localitie's natural beauty sees the village surrounded by steep, rolling green hills where, on a clear summer’s day, you can see as far as the Severn Estuary

 

After a day spent visiting the local attractions and stunning scenery, you can while away the evening hours over a delicious meal and a drink, sharing your stories about the day's adventures. Conversation and fun is what generates the heart of this inn and fills it with good memories of well spent times.

 

An evening filled with fun and laughter around the light of an open fire can find you whiling away hours on end, without even realising it. As the famous Welsh writer and poet, Dylan Thomas said:

 

“Do not go gentle into that goodnight, rage, rage against the dying of the light.”

 

The Bedlinog Inn sees people returning, time and time again.

Sky and BT Sport are Available for Sport Lovers

 

The Bedlinog Inn Opening times

Monday
The bar is open from 2 pm until 12 pm.
Tuesday - Sunday
The bar is open from 12 am until 12 pm.
The kitchen is open and the new menu is available, 12 am until 9 pm, Tuesday to Saturday.
Sunday Lunch is served at 1pm and 3pm.
£9.95 2 Course Meal
£12.96 3 Course Meal
The Breakfast menu is available Saturday and Sunday, 8 am - 11am, by bookings only.
Rolls and hot drinks are available to take away, too.
Booking is highly recommended as we are a very popular restaurant - please give us a call to book a table, especially for evening meals and Sunday lunches.