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    Quote Originally Posted by Micky View Post
    My old favourite ... been going years.

    Lion Hotel at llanbister

    Ideal for the Brecon Beacons and the Elan valley and over to Devils Bridge ... mountain roads

    No lock up for the 'bikes, but they're out of sight ... never been a problem. It's not five star, probably wouldn't make two star, but i's friendly, a warm welcome and with good food and great breakfasts

    As a group we take over the place at Easter

    Cheers Micky, I’ll take a look at that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul G (BHT) View Post
    Where are you off to Doc?
    Not sure BHT - depends on where I can find accommodation but certainly the best bits of mid wales and some Snowdonia. I've got a visiting work colleague from Australia and I've promised to show him some of the UK's best biking. Only problem is, he isn't very quick

    Quote Originally Posted by The Nutty KTMer View Post
    Next weekend. Postpone yours, and we can meet up.
    Bring yours forward buddy - as above, I could do with some like minded bikers On a hired WC not that old Pyg of an 1150

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Nutty KTMer View Post
    Cheers Micky, I’ll take a look at that.
    Now don't be expecting the glitz of the Ritz Nutty. It's 'old fashioned' like a time warp back to the 1950's. Family pictures on the wall, a bookcase brimming with old books (The Beano annual f'rinstance)
    The locals are friendly ... the spices for the curries come direct from friends in India, otherwise local produce

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    Quote Originally Posted by Micky View Post
    Now don't be expecting the glitz of the Ritz Nutty. It's 'old fashioned' like a time warp back to the 1950's. Family pictures on the wall, a bookcase brimming with old books (The Beano annual f'rinstance)
    The locals are friendly ... the spices for the curries come direct from friends in India, otherwise local produce

    It'll be tooo 'Casa Rurale' for Nutty's tastes
    Having seen him dine up here, he only does fine dining with the silver and starched while linen out
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    Quote Originally Posted by Micky View Post
    Now don't be expecting the glitz of the Ritz Nutty. It's 'old fashioned' like a time warp back to the 1950's. Family pictures on the wall, a bookcase brimming with old books (The Beano annual f'rinstance)
    The locals are friendly ... the spices for the curries come direct from friends in India, otherwise local produce

    Sounds good to me

    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyBoxer View Post
    It'll be tooo 'Casa Rurale' for Nutty's tastes
    Having seen him dine up here, he only does fine dining with the silver and starched while linen out
    How very dare you!

    As nice as fine dining is, you can’t beat a proper traditional pub, focussing on good honest food, at sensible prices.

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