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Originally an early century Barn, now transformed from a Celebrated Restaurant of 15 years to an 'Inn’

Officially re-opened on 1st of January 2000, we claim to be Wales’ first Inn of the the Century. The Inn has been closed for most of 2011 where it underwent a full re-decoration throughout the whole building but has now re-opened under new ownership, having been taken over by Sue and Allan.

We offer a warm and friendly service, Good Food, Mellowing Wine, and relaxed atmosphere for you to come and enjoy your visit to the Elm Tree, whether its to stay in our accommodation, try out our fabulous cuisine or just stop by for a drink at our bar.

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Ratings/Awards: WTB 5 Stars
AA/RAC 5 Diamonds
AA Rosette
RAC 2 Blue Ribbons
Sparkling Diamond Award
WTB Gold Welcome Host
Number of Rooms: 13
Number Ensuite: 11
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Name: The Inn at The Elm Tree
Cuisine: Modern European
Chef: Shaun Ellis
Awards: AA Rosette
RAC 2 Blue Ribbons
Michelin Recommended

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