Radnor Arms, Llowes

The 17th century Radnor Arms located in Llowes in Radnorshire and formerly known as the Butcher’s Arms.  In 1851 the publican was one Thomas Pritchard aged 53 who lived there with his wife and five children.  He was also a gardener by trade. 
By the mid 20th century the Radnor Arms was known as an inn where beer was brought up from the cellar in a jug to the customer. 
From the 1970s onwards the Radnor Arms has seen much refurbishment – knocking down of a rear wall, the low ceiling in the public bar removed and the construction of a new kitchen.  The inn is now known for its food rather than its beer with meals being served in the restaurant and the bar. 
Beer garden provides outstanding views over the Wye valley.

Contact details: 

The Radnor Arms, Llowes, Radnorshire  HR3 5JA

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