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We stopped by The Plymouth Arms after a cold day out at St Fagans National Museum of History, a wonderful museum that showcases historical buildings relocated from across Wales, but unfortunately, none of their cafes are dog friendly inside! We were desperate for a cup of tea and to warm up inside so we drove a few minutes down the road to The Plymouth Arms.
It’s a wonderfully cosy and friendly pub with rural charm and rustic character. If visiting in summer, there’s a great beer garden at the back. We found ourselves some comfy armchairs tucked away in a corner and ordered hot drinks and a sharing dessert platter. The pub was really busy, but the staff looked after us inbetween their rushing around. The sharing dessert was delicious and much bigger than we expected! It was the perfect end to our day.
The pub has dog bowls dotted around for thirsty pups and they are only allowed in the bar area.
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