The Nags Head
9 locals recommend ·
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Nestled in the peaceful Cycle Valley, the Nag’s Head is ideal for a woodland walk and pub lunch!
Friday - Arrive settle in then head off to The Nag's Head for some supper and a pint.
The Nag’s Head Inn is owned by husband and wife team, Dewi & Jacqui Davies who will greet you with the warmest of welcomes from the moment you step inside. Traditional home cooked food, well kept local real ale and an excellent choice of wines and spirits. Having spent your day exploring the…
Can be busy so probably best to book a table. Great food, excellent service, really friendly staff. Dog friendly. Well worth a visit.
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