Review on The Hafod Hotel
A fabulous location at the head of the dramatic Mynach Falls by Devil's Bridge is one reason why visitors make the trek to this family-run hotel. Built as a hunting lodge in 1787, it was subsequently turned into a Swiss-style chateau, before settling into its current role.
The restaurant menu changes monthly and local produce shows up well. Typical dishes have included crab cakes with tomato chilli jam, Welsh lamb with swede purée, braised red cabbage and tarragon jus, and treacle sponge pudding with custard. Note that dinner opening times may be restricted in winter; classic pub grub is also available most days in the Three Bridges Bar.
Add superb walking, excellent bird watching (red kites circle in these parts), world-class mountain biking and jaw-dropping views of the wooded gorges around the Mynach and Rheidol rivers on the fringes of the Cambrian Mountains and it's easy to see the attraction.
The Hafod Hotel is also featured in: AA GuideRate this Restaurant
Restaurant Opening Times
Lunch: 12.00 - 3.00pm (All Day Sat & Sun)
Dinner: 5.30 - 8.30pm Mon-Fri) (9.00pm Sat & 8.00pm Sun)
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card