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Castle Inn, Tenby

Pub added by Paul Brett
Main Street
Postal town: Tenby
SA70 7TE

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Will Larter left this review about Castle Inn

With the external appearance of a small holiday cottage, the Castle Inn is surprisingly much bigger on closer acquaintance. Entrance is via a door in a side passage on the left, then a left turn into the bar area right at the back. The bar itself is then on the right, made out of the lower part of a (Welsh?) dresser, its drawers and associated carvings protected by a sheet of perspex. This has six keg taps on the top, which left me momentarily nonplussed until I spotted a couple of hand pumps on the bar back. Hobgoblin was the only beer on, which is understandable on a quiet midweek night in late autumn; the beer was in very good condition. This was a friendly village local at the time of my visit, though I dare say its character changes when there are more holiday-makers about.

Date of visit: 28th October 2019

On 18th February 2020 - rating: 7
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. Wittenden left this review about Castle Inn

Pale pebbledashed pub in a pleasant seaside village.We visited on a breezy Thursday lunchtime in September ,when we initially sat in the well planned beergarden, until the barman said we could bring our dogs into one of the little front rooms with the lovely tiled floors.
Quiet,radio two ruling the airwaves,though the welcome was friendly.On the bar, a house beer from Molson Coors,and a guest from Harbwr Tenby-M V Enterprise, a welcome pale ale.

On 26th July 2018 - no rating submitted
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