Here are some of Talybont on Usk’s pubs, restaurants and cafes all of which serve excellent drinks and quality food:
The Star Inn is an old Inn situated in the heart of the village with bar and food. There is a large garden next to the river at the back of the pub and it is dog friendly. The Star Inn is well famed for its real ales and continues to provide a range of ales, tipples and food to tickle your taste buds. Winter opening: Monday – Thursday opens 5pm with food 6pm – 9pm, Friday and Saturday opens midday with food all day, Sunday opens midday with Sunday lunch midday to 4pm. Call to reserve a table on 01874-676635.
The White Hart Inn is an old coach inn situated in the heart of the village with 20 bed bunkhouse, bar and restaurant. Open from 11am every day with locally sourced and home cooked food served from 12 noon to 8pm. Take a peek at a menu here! Christmas Day is the only day they are shut! Well behaved dogs are welcome with seating at the front and back by the canal.
Situated at the tranquil edge of the bustling village awaits The Travellers, offering an eclectic choice of freshly, carefully prepared dishes complemented by a fine selection of wines from around the world, and bottled real ales, lagers and ciders. The new Garden Room restaurant enjoys sublime views across the Usk Valley. An easy 10 minute stroll along the canal towpath towards Llangynidr or they have a car park if you would prefer to drive. To reserve a table call 01874-676333
Canalside Cafe in the centre of Talybont village where you can get hearty cooked breakfasts, light snacks, lunchtime specials, coffee and delicious cake. Packed lunches can be provided upon request.
In the Talybont Community area, The Royal Oak is a family run pub in the next village, Pencelli as you go towards Brecon on the back lane by car or a pleasant cycle or walk along the canal towpath. Open for lunch and dinner it a lovely old pub with pretty canal-side garden. For more information call Andrew on 01874-665396 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. The Good Pub Guide says it’s well worth a visit and we totally agree!