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The Beaufort Arms, Raglan - pub details

Address: High Street, Raglan, Usk, Gwent, NP15 2DY [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 41101) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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user reviews of the Beaufort Arms, Raglan

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After a visit to the Star On The Hill at Llanfihangel Tor-y-Mynydd (I've requested that to be added to BITE), our first stop in Raglan was the Beaufort Arms. The car park was packed. Most people seemed to be enjoying the sunshine on outdoor seating overlooking the car park. We ventured inside, where there is small bar and a number of other rooms set aside for dining. We only saw one family eating. Although is was still quite early. Both real ales were from the Untapped Brewery - Border & UPA. Nice looking place. But, it felt more like a hotel bar, than a proper pub.
blue_scrumpy - 16 Sep 2019 21:17
The Beaufort Hotel is named after the Beaufort family, whose seat for the dukedom was once Raglan Castle. From presumably an Irish branch of these arose Captain Beaufort, inventor of the famous wind force scale (not to be confused with that late-lamented fine fellow, who released Safe As Milk, Strictly Personal, Trout Mask Replica, Spotlight Kid and so on).

There are a number of rooms on the ground floor given to eating and drinking, along with a fresh fish and seafood display, but we made use of the smallest, the cosy bar, for a tapas lunch.

The glow from the burning logs was a simple joy, and my pint of UPA was crystal clear, a pure delight. At a fair-enough £3.70 that supported this bar’s standing as a pub for the locals as much as a hotel facility.

It’s only a girly stone’s throw from the A449/A40 should you be lucky enough to be passing, and I’ll certainly call again.

Why, if I were a military type, then it would have to be a chin-jutting, heel-clicking salute. Fortunately, I’m not.

So have eight-out-of-ten instead guys.
Hulots_hat - 16 Feb 2018 11:06

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