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Dyffryn Arms (Freehouse)

Beer (sort)Average Score (sort)No. Samples (sort)
Marston's - BassExceptional3
Picture 1. Dyffryn Arms, Pontfaen, Pembrokeshire
Picture 2. Dyffryn Arms, Pontfaen, Pembrokeshire
Picture 3. Dyffryn Arms, Pontfaen, Pembrokeshire

Visits Details

23 Jul 2018 (Magnus Greel)
Early to mid evening, fairly busy we sat in the left hand bar and joined the merry locals who'd been here far longer. The cosy atmosphere created by the previous soft warm lighting has been replaced by a rather harsh clinical fluorescent tube.
BeerABVScoreNotes
Marston's - Bass4.40ExceptionalPerfect Bass served the old fashioned way.
23 Jul 2018 (ChrisE)
An excellent evening with friendly locals.
BeerABVScoreNotes
Marston's - Bass4.40ExceptionalPoured from a jug. Superb.
16 Nov 2012 (Magnus Greel)
Evening until close. Three of us kept Bessie and her friendly pub cat occupied for the entire evening.
BeerABVScoreNotes
Marston's - Bass4.40ExcellentServed from the jug with precision measures

About the Dyffryn Arms

The pub sign. Dyffryn Arms, Pontfaen, Pembrokeshire

Summary of Beer Scores

 Total
Exceptional2
Excellent1
Good-
Acceptable-
Poor-

Website.

The pub is found in Pontfaen, Pembrokeshire, SA65 9SE.

This much-loved pub, a reminder of how many country pubs must once have looked, is the hub of life in a secluded valley whose distinctive cultural traditions include a long history of farmhouse brewing. There is no bar counter - beer is still served by the jug through a sliding serving hatch. Conversation is the main form of entertainment, and the pub's relaxed atmosphere is captivating. A timeless gem to be treated with respect

We have visited this pub 3 times, seen 1 beer and tried it.

Map location

Postcode: SA65 9SE