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Tafarn Sinc, Rosebush - pub details

Address: Preseli, Rosebush, Clynderwen, Dyfed, SA66 7QT [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 41109) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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> Current user rating: 6.6/10 (rated by 5 users)
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The previous description of the pub is accurate but we did not investigate the garden as it was pouring with rain, not unusual in the Preseli Hills which are beautiful when the sun does shine. However I disagree about the landlord and landlady who were both welcoming. The landlord was keen to explain the three ales on which were Cwrw Tafarn Sinc brewed locally for the pub, Worthington bitter and Buckleys bitter and also to explain their pub food specialities. I didn't try the Worthington but the other two were fine as was the home-made and very tasty faggots with chips and mushy peas. Definitely worth a return visit hopefully in better weather so that I can look at the outside of this unusual building and also to stock up on cheese again from the Pant Mawr cheese farm literally just round the corner.
yellowfever - 2 Nov 2014 19:07
This is a superb pub, situated deep in the Preseli Hills of Pembrokeshire, and should be classed as a must visit if you find yourself in this part of West Wales.
It is built from corrugated iron, and has an history as serving the local quarry workers originally. It has now been refurbished and painted in red, however the outside does not prepare you for the excellent interior.
The wooden floor is covered in sawdust, the walls are adorned with old photographs and on our visit, the background music was a Male Welsh choir - all adding towards a very cosy and warm relaxing feel.
There were two beers available, I had the Cwrw Tafarn Sinc, and found this to be excellent.
Perhaps the only downside was the attitude of the landlady, she appeared a little 'cold', and whilst she clearly spoke perfect Welsh and English, she only seemed interested in speaking with those coverseing in Welsh.
Don't let her put you off however, maybe she is okay, but the pub deserves your custom, visit and keep a great pub open, you will not be disappointed.

SouthYorkshireman - 18 Aug 2013 23:09
This is a cracking, eccentric little pub that I can't recommend too highly. The landlord is a friendly guy and the locally brewed Tafarn Sinc ale is a right good pint. I can't agree with the reviewer who detected an anti-English bias. My girlfriend is English and my twenty six years in England have left me with no trace of my native Welsh accent but I found the landlord and locals very helpful when we needed directions to a local holy well. The beer garden is a delight- there used to a a railway station locally and they've built a model station in the garden.
deselby - 23 Jun 2013 20:26
Presented ourselves to the host. We were a party of 5. 2 tables were available, one for 2 one for 4. Host did not offer to accommodate us by bringing the 2 adjacent tables together. Fairly sure my English accent put them off. My 4 other family members were Welsh speakers, but we did not hang around long enough to let them find out. Frosty, Cold welcome. Never been happier to take my business elsewhere.
gg2212 - 28 Aug 2010 23:29

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