Monday 15 October 2007

Borth - Railway Inn

Address: High Street, Borth, SY24 5JE. Tel: 01970 871348 [gmap]  
Beebo site
Ceredigion CC historical pub info page (yes, that's my pic...)

Last APG visit: 01/12/2009

Quite a locals pub, with a younger client√®le than the other three in the town. Has had an extensive refurb in the past couple of years. Has a so-so ale (Rev'd James) and a quiz machine, plus darts. Functional beer garden out back. 

Check out the retro Borth FC footy shirt. Loves its sport, got SKY and Setanta. Pretty popular, and can be difficult to get a seat at weekends.


Anonymous said...

This used to be one of the most popular pubs for many miles around in the sixties and seventies. Deep Purple played in the back bar when they first started out. The hippies used to descend from the hills at weekends. Robert Plant was a regular. I can remember that it was impossible to move in the place at the weekends. Times change eh?

Anonymous said...

It's little wonder the restaurant area of this pub is expanding. Excellent home cooked food, generous portions, good value. Best Sunday Lunch in the area.

Anonymous said...

visited the railway inn with grandchildren whilst on holiday in borth in august 2011 had a fabulous meal all round the homemade cottage pie was to die for the service excellent and staff coudnt have been more friendly we asked for an extra plate for the youngest grandchild to share our food with this was not a problem at all cant wait to return for another meal.thumbs up

Anonymous said...

Cracking little pub