The Daily Telegraph - Saturday

THE FELIN FACH GRIFFIN Brecon, Powys

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The Felin Fach Griffin is always a treat. Al fresco lunches, brunches and drinks into the evening can all be enjoyed in the grassy beer garden. Food is taken seriously here, much of what you eat comes from a half-acre kitchen garden, with meat and game from the hills around you. Open daily from 10-7 when local rules allow.

THE BELL AT SKENFRITH Abergavenn­y, Monmouthsh­ire

The position here is magical: an ancient stone bridge, a river snaking through the valley, glorious hills rising beyond, cows grazing in lush fields. Spread out across the large terrace, garden or orchard and let the kids run wild. Order a picnic and soak up rays on the rug or shelter in the covered area on rainy days. Open daily, when permitted.

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The Bell is at one end of an ancient stone bridge by the River Monnow
The Old Neptune in Whitstable is on the beach itself The Bell is at one end of an ancient stone bridge by the River Monnow

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