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The Black Cock Inn Pub Caerphilly Mountain
A long serving pub for the people of Caerphilly and North Cardiff, The Black Cock Inn has a long and proud history in the area, and is still very popular today. Dog friendly, we’re a common stop for walkers, cyclists, and riders, as they cross over Caerphilly Mountain giving them a chance to wet their whistle for the next leg of their journey, or enjoy a hearty lunch at the half-way point before they begin their journey back. We also have a large car park for those who want to come straight here. Split into two sections, there’s a small bar for around 20-25 people (and the odd man’s best friend) with a big screen and projector for games and events. Further along is our Resturant/Bar: Here, we have room for up to 70 people to sit down and enjoy a freshly prepared meal with their favourite drink, or a local bitter or ale. We also have two outdoor seating areas allowing you to enjoy the best of the warm weather and the summer sun. A truly fantastic location, The Black Cock Inn is a regular favourite with many in Caerphilly and the wider area. If you’ve yet to try us, you really are missing out! Come on over and see us, or make a reservation with us (02920 880534) for a meal. We look forward to seeing you soon! On Sunday, come along and enjoy our Sunday Lunches. Choose from fresh succulent cuts of Beef, Pork or Turkey (subject to availability). All are served with Roast and New Potatoes, Yorkshire Pudding and selection of vegetables. We also offer an vegetarian option on the day.
The Pantmawr Inn Rhiwbina
The Pantmawr is located in the Pantmawr estate in North Rhiwbina. It has a large car park, great beer garden that caters for children. A large open bar area and a snug. It also boasts a function room that can accomodate 40 people. With a coach house look & feel the pub is attractive to customers all year round.
The Butchers Arms Llandaff
The Butcher’s is an unusual three-story building with a sharp, angular roof and the name of the former brewery, Hancock’s who once owned the brewery, emblazoned high on the front wall. Three real ales are served from gleaming brass handpumps. The Smoke Room features settles and tables, which lead into the rear area of the pub with more seating and a roof light. At the very back of the Butcher’s Arms is a very pleasant, partly covered beer garden, unusual for a Cardiff pub and a very well-kept secret. The Smoke Room has attractively carved cornices and features numerous pumpclips from breweries whose beers have been served in this pub over the years. The walls of the pub are adorned with framed photos of rugby starts who have visited the Butcher’s over the years, as well as with newspaper cuttings and even the more unusual ‘Genealogy of the Earls of Llandaff’, proudly hanging near the entrance. The Butcher’s Arms has much of the atmosphere of a country pub, despite being in a suburb of Cardiff, albeit on a historic side-street, close to the Bishop’s Palace and the Cathedral. Conversation dominates in the bar and other rooms of this pub, there is a television but it is only used for major sporting events and the piped music is kept at a low background level. The pub is called the Butcher’s Arms as the building was formerly a butcher’s shop, together with a slaughterhouse at the rear. The building became a pub in 1880. Today the Butcher’s offers good beer and good food in a comfortable atmosphere in one of the City’s more pleasant areas.