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Old White Hart

Bar-Restaurant, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants0.1 miles Wine Street CF61 1RZ

The town of Llantwit Major, on the south coast in the Vale of Glamorgan, is in one of Wales' most scenic spots. On one of its many quaint streets you'll find the Old White Hart, a family-friendly pub and restaurant serving quality food. New visitors will be pleasantly surprised when they see the menu - alongside pub classics like ho...

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Coast Café Bar

Cafe0.1 miles 10 Pound Field CF61 1DL

Conveniently located on the edge of the free car park serving Llantwit Major’s shops, Coast Café Bar’s dining areas are homely, warm and spacious. We sat in the larger room, drawn by its eclectic mix of mismatched furniture, leather settees and low tables. It’s popular with families, as little ones are provided for with toy...

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Illtud’s 216

Bar-Restaurant0.1 miles Prospect House Church Street CF61 1SB

Illtud’s 216 earned several wows during our visit; the first as we passed through the cosy bar into the impressive, high-ceilinged dining room – a 16th-century malthouse transformed by soft lighting, flowing drapes, an eclectic selection of art and a log fire. The other wows were for the food. From a wide selection of meat, fi...

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The West House Country Hotel

Fine Dining0.2 miles West Street Llantwit Major CF61 1SP

Dating back to the 16th Century, The West House Country Hotel rests within the old part of the historic town of Llantwit Major, and possesses all the charm and grandeur of an ancient country house. Four years ago the current owners breathed new life into the hotel, and it is now an established key player on the Welsh dining scene. ...

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Victoria Inn

Traditional1.8 miles Orchard Close CF71 7LP

Tucked away in the Vale of Glamorgan, you’ll find the Victoria Inn – a family-run restaurant and inn offering hearty food and four-star accommodation to an exceptionally high standard. This timber-framed, rustic inn oozes character and charm and offers a range of food from breakfast through to dinner.
For breakfast, the...

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The Carne Arms

Modern British3.2 miles Llysworney CF71 7NQ

This stunning white-washed country retreat is home to cosy nooks, exposed stonework, a roaring fire and some truly delicious British cuisine. The building is over 400 years old and was originally part of the village's old rectory. Its name is derived from the Cornish word 'carn', meaning 'rock', although may actually refer to the na...

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Plough & Harrow

Gastropub, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants3.3 miles Monknash CF71 7QQ

Dating back to 1383, The Plough & Harrow is a cosy country pub offering a warm welcome and a daily changing menu. We started our meal with homemade carrot and coriander soup and a salad of crispy duck served with a delicious sweet chilli dressing. I then tucked into the succulent belly of pork served with seasonal vegetables and...

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The Cross Inn

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants3.3 miles Church Road Llanblethian CF71 7JF

The Cross Inn has a reputation for providing quality, tasty home-cooked food at reasonable prices and an enviable selection of beers. Here you'll find not only a cosy restaurant and well-stocked bar, but a relaxed atmosphere all the more enhanced by welcoming log fires and friendly staff. Listed in The Good Pub Guide and recommended...

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Lamb & Flag

Traditional3.4 miles Church Street CF71 7QE

Lamb & Flag is housed in an attractive stone building in the small village of Cowbridge, and is every bit as cosy and atmospheric as a traditional pub should be. The original stone walls, old tiles and wooden beams indicate how little this pub has changed since it first opened, and lend the pub the quaint atmosphere it’s ren...

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The Star Inn

Traditional3.6 miles Ewenny Road CF71 7QA

Not far from the dunes of Ogmore and the cliffs of Southerndown sits The Star Inn, a traditional village pub complete with slate floor tiles, exposed stone walls and low beams. As well as a self-contained bar, the pub boasts a cosy lounge and restaurant and was named CAMRA’s regional Pub of the Year for 2019.
The restaura...

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The Market Place

Fine Dining3.9 miles 66 The High Street CF71 7AH

Written at the top of The Market Place's is the phrase 'simply fine dining' - and that's exactly what you can expect at this charming restaurant. Upon stepping through the door, you are greeted by a warm, welcoming ambience, bare stone walls, exposed beams and the soft glow of candles. Service is efficient and attentive without bein...

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The Quarter Penny Cafe

Cafe-Restaurant, Cafés3.9 miles 54 High Street CF71 7AH

This lovely stone-clad building on Cowbridge High Street is home to The Quarter Penny Café (formerly Farthings). This café has earned itself a legion of fans thanks to its simple, quality food and relaxed atmosphere. Smart, cosy and rustic, the café is a favourite spot for many to enjoy appetisers such as warm d...

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Indian3.9 miles 70 Eastgate CF71 7AB

Formed by three Keralan friends and elegantly situated in a Grade II listed building, Shampan is an education in Indian cuisine. The chefs use fresh spices to create memorable flavours, showcasing tasty regional Indian dishes. The light and delicious Karwar – soft-shelled crab cooked crispy on the outside with tender meat within...

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Cafe and Bistro, Cafés3.9 miles 68 Eastgate Street CF71 7AB

We were immediately impressed by Arboreal's bright decor, eclectic furnishings and welcoming atmosphere. Over pre- lunch drinks, co-owner Badir Saidi outlined their philosophy of providing a quality menu and wine list that's responsive to customer feedback. Wherever possible, local ingredients are used, some from their own allotment...

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The Duke of Wellington

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants3.9 miles High Street CF71 7AG

Combining modern style with traditional inn characteristics, The Duke of Wellington does contemporary pub dining very well indeed. It boasts a spacious interior with real fires, adding to the snug atmosphere - an ideal environment for browsing the regularly changing menu that's brimming with local produce. You might start with hand-...

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