Goodbye Lewis

Filed under: Uncategorized — by Les @ 1:05 pm 25/06/2021 Edit This

It is with some sadness that we have to report that Lewis is no longer at the Druid Inn . The pub remains closed and all are hopeful it will reopen under new management in the near future. Watch this space.


Druid wins Pub of the Year Wales 2017 after scooping the West and Mid-Wales award again.  The award took place on 11th November at 12.30pm  more

Pub of the Year Wales


Druid ArtworkThe Druid Inn is situated on the A44 trunk road. These days it is very much the community centre of the village and is very popular with locals and visitors alike. The landlord, Lewis Johnston, keeps excellent real ale and the pub is featured in the current Good Beer Guide.

In the friendly, cozy atmosphere of a typical country pub, visitors can enjoy a range of traditional home made dishes including delicious Sunday Roast lunches; voted Britain’s best by the Guardian Travel. In addition new menu ideas are being developed, using top quality local produce. Lewis caters for all occasions including birthday parties, anniversaries, weddings, Christmas parties and Christmas lunch etc. Booking is essential at weekends and for Sunday lunch. Tel: 01970 880650.

Opening Times are noon to midnight Sunday to Thursday and noon to 1am Fridays and Saturdays. Home made food is available afternoons and evenings, except on Tuesdays when our kitchen is closed. Menu can be found here.

If you’re passing by on your way to or from Aberystwyth or if you are in the area for a few days why not join us for a meal or a drink!

Click here for a location map.

Druid won Ceredigion “Pub of the Year” 2013 that’s four occasions in recent years, and two years running 2008 and 2009.

Currently the regular beers are Wye Valley Bitter, HPA and Butty Bach. Guest beers come and go so fast I can’t keep the page up to date. You’ll just have to come and sample them for yourself.

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