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Wyndham Arms, Bridgend - pub details

Wyndham Arms

Address: Dunraven Place, Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, CF31 1JE [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 8706) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Bridgend (0.2 miles), Wildmill (1.1 miles), Sarn (2.4 miles)

Chain: Wetherspoons

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> Current user rating: 5.7/10 (rated by 13 users)
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The Wyndham Arms is a Wetherspoons establishment situated in the town centre of Bridgend. It was the busiest of the 6 pubs we tried and was doing a decent trade in food, with most tables taken. It has a corner location and seems smaller than most other Wetherspoons. The ale selection was decent - Nethergate Stour Valley Gold, Bullmastiff Welsh Red, Rhymney Golden Ale, Brecon Red Beacons, Boss Blonde & Greene King IPA & Abbot. Unfortunately there was no real cider. Probably the second best pub in Bridgend after the Coach Inn (not listed on here).
blue_scrumpy - 9 May 2017 19:30
As a hotel not too bad - it has beds and tellies and is relatively clean
The two drink rule for adults with kids - wow -if you don't have kids I'm not sure what limit is? So was really glad to bail out after two.
Interestingly the barmaid, when telling me about the two-drink rule. suggested I have the strongest beer available (because it was the strongest and with not a jot of irony).
Just like most of the others in there I paid a visit to the salubrious Bargain Booze round the corner for a nightcap top up.
Then breakfast - wow. So what are the drink limits at breakfast time. One fella had a quadruple Bells next to us.
What I don't understand about Weatherspoons is they clearly have people in there with a drink problem, major drink problems and yet doing some PR guff about combatting parents drinking with kids is an attempt to make them seem responsible. Balls - they do not give a toss about people's health.
There is a 'community noticeboard; in the Wyndham. It should have the details of AA meetings so that some of those poor souls can at least be aware there is an alternative.
Disgraceful in a word.
FranklyspeakingMarc - 31 Aug 2014 08:58
Stayed over here and started a crawl, good selection of real ales (about 5 or 6) at decent prices and quality, food was good value as well. Could do with more bar staff as there were only 2 who were dealing with food orders and drink orders.
sitewalker - 8 Aug 2013 13:49
Standard Wethers fare really. Fairly lively on the Saturday due to the rugby being on, but the friendly bar staff kept a tight ship. Good to see Old Rosie on tap rather than from a box in the fridge, although it should come with a warning at over 7%
LeedsStew - 13 Jul 2009 15:12
Stayed for a very pleasant weekend - 80 for three nights = bargain! Lodge rooms very good, pub better than average 'spoons with good, well kept beers (a pint of Engine Oil goes well with the Farmhouse Breakfast at 9am!! - well, I wasn't driving that day).
BobOs - 12 Aug 2008 22:02

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