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Visiting on a walking holiday with friends and dropped by this pub for some proper local ale. I have worked in the pub industry for 30 years and the beer had a distinct 'pipe cleaner' taste to it. I considered asking the barman for a...More
After a long walk we decided to visit the George ( Y Siôr ) what a cracking cosey pub, lovely friendly people , fantastic real ales made a real difference from most of the pubs in Wales, just listening to the Welsh language was amazing...More
Brilliant place, full of locals speaking welsh as you’d expect in this welsh heartland. Fantastic welcome for everyone. Made to feel right st home. Definitely a place to call into if passing or staying innthe locality.
The George o’r Sior yn Welsh is my local pub. I frequent often. Contrary to another review on this site the Sior is a very welcoming old fashioned ale house. The locals don’t switch to speaking Welsh upon the arrival of non Welsh speakers, they...More
iv’e drank in a few pubs in my time but never have i felt so at home in a pub than i do at the George.
The staff are friendly and engaging. The locals are welcoming and as far as i know its the only...More
Lovely pub with a genuine atmosphere. Locals very friendly, Landlord is a smashing fella. It is a Welsh speaking pub, however tourist are welcomed with open arms, and pretty much everyone speaks English. I certainly had no problems at all when I was there so...More
Recently read the reviews. Firstly we do not sit around speaking English then when an English person turns up we switsh to Welsh check out the UK government Census and you will see Bethesda is predominantly Welsh. Those who do not speak Welsh understand this...More