The Traveller's Rest (Caerphilly) Reviews
Newest Review: ... part. There is an instant feeling of comfort and relaxation when stepping inside with the old fashioned low ceilings with their exposed dark wooden beams. Whilst bookings can be made either by telephone or their website we've never felt the need to book, particularly when it's just the two of us. However, when we visit with my parents and sister we always make a booking several days before, particularly as there are a minimal amount of tables available to seat more than four diners. The majority of the restaurant is situated on one level although there are two areas that are reached via a few steps making them inaccessible for those ... more
Customer The Traveller's Rest (Caerphilly) Reviews (1)
by - written on 25/07/11, updated on 25/07/11 (Very useful, 75 readings)
Whilst I enjoy trying and testing new products I cannot state that I am particularly adventurous when it comes to dining out, as I always tend to stick with what I know. A place that my family and I have frequented for well over 10 years is set in the most picturesque surroundings of the South Wales Valleys and is positioned at the highest point of Caerphilly Mountain, which is on the border of Cardiff City Council and Caerphilly County Borough. Its' name is The Traveller's Rest, which is part of the Vintage Inns chain and conjures up images for me of a weary man who has trudged for miles along the winding steep mountain roads in desperate need of a hot meal and some .. Read the complete review
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