The Tanners Arms

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Tanners Arms Brecon Beacons National Park
Brecon Beacons

The Tanners Arms, Sennybridge

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Nestled in the Northern foothills of the Brecon Beacons National Park you will find the award winning Tanners Arms Inn and Tannery Restaurant. We serve a wide range of beverages (Specialising in Real Ales and Single Malt Whiskeys) and offer a great choice of high quality Meals and Bar snacks at down to earth prices. With a Main Bar Restaurant (with real log fire) or Sports area with board games and darts board to choose from you are sure to feel at home in The Tanners Arms.

And for those long hot Summers we even have a large South facing beer garden. We specialise in Real Ale and have just won a prestigious CAMRA Best Regional Pub of the Year Silver award for 2012. The refurbishment of our Accommodation rooms at The Tanners Arms has just been completed and we can now offer beautifully appointed and fully equipped Double En-Suite Room that retain many of the features of an early 18th Century Inn.

Some rooms boast original room features including Vaulted ceilings Inglenook Fire Places Welsh Slate windowsills Exposed Welsh Stone and distorted solid stone walls that have driven our plasterer to distraction ! Breakfasts and Evening meals can be taken in The Tannery Restaurant which boasts original Oak beams an enormous Inglenook Fire place ( with a roaring log fire in the cooler months ) and a delightful Westward view of the nearby River Senni and Northern foothills of the Brecon Beacons. Our rooms are fully equipped with all the modern conveniences and include the following features ... Tea and Coffee Making Facilities (with fresh Welsh Milk of course !) Free WiFi Internet Connection ( Currently available in Bar and Restaurant Only) Digital LCD TV Hair Drier Philips Radio Alarm Clock Ironing Facilities ( Upon request ) Electric Shower Illuminated Shaving Mirror with Shaving Socket Guest Information Booklet

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