Dragon Inn

Type:Restaurant

Dragon Inn, 47 High Street, Crickhowell, Powys, NP8 1BE

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Dragon Inn

About

The historic Dragon Inn is an old hostelry located on Crickhowell High Street. It is family owned and great care is taken to make sure all guests are made welcome and are able to experience all that Crickhowell and Wales has to offer.

The hotel is a 4 Star visit Wales Inn, has 15 en-suite rooms and a Restaurant & Bar serving traditional & Welsh dishes all day long. The bar & restaurant area is a comfortable and relaxing place to wind down or just enjoy the atmosphere, and has earned a great reputation for serving local, good value, quality food of a high standard.

The Dragon, Crickhowell specialise n producing a range of traditional dishes and food is served all day. On offer are “Dragon burgers” home made from premium cut locally supplied steak and beautiful sirloins through to dishes like Welsh Lamb loin chops with caramelised vegetables roasted in honey & thyme. Vegetarian & gluten free options are available, as are sandwiches and bar snacks for those looking for something smaller during the day.

The Inn is open for food all day whether it is Morning Coffee, Lunch, Afternoon Tea or Quality Evening Meals. Children are welcome and the Dragonette’s children’s menu is available all day.

Map & Directions

Road Directions

A40 from Abergavenny or Brecon into Crickhowell town centre. At monument take left into High Street. We are a pink building on the left hand side.

Gradings

  • 5 Food Standards Hygiene
5 Food Standards Hygiene

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Dragon Inn, Crickhowell, CrickhowellThe Dragon is a quiet and relaxed Inn in the heart of Crickhowell in the Brecon Beacons National Park. It is a perfect base for exploring the countryside and is very popular with walkers, golfers, birdwatchers.

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