Lahloo Tea in the Welsh mountains at The Hardwick

11 Mar

With lambing season well and truly upon us, we thought we would tell you about a pub that does the most amazing food just over the bridge in Wales. It’s the passion and vision of the legendary Stephen Terry.

Stephen has been cooking for many years, travelling and working across the world. Now firmly settled down with his family just outside Abergavanney he has created The Hardwick. The Hardwick’s food is simple whilst offering an incredible choice that all tastes very good – I recommend  Ham, eggs and chips with a big pot of Lahloo tea after a walk on the Skirrid Fawr.

Our teas have been served at the Hardwick for about a year now, it is still one of our favourite place to eat and drink. This place should be visited by any foodies who want to explore the big outdoors too!!

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4 Responses to “Lahloo Tea in the Welsh mountains at The Hardwick”

  1. Tamara March 15, 2010 at 12:11 #

    I went to the Hardwick about 8 months ago, had a great meal – what a shame I didn’t know they were selling your teas. Next time I’ll make sure I grab a cuppa too.

    • Kate March 17, 2010 at 14:39 #

      Isn’t it a lovely place, Tamara? Especially on gorgeous clear Spring days. Do make sure you enjoy a lovely cuppa next time you’re there. Anywhere else you could recommend?

  2. mkdanaher April 11, 2010 at 16:23 #

    Hello Kate,

    I’ve forwarded to my mum as she is looking for lovely places to go for tea with her friends and this looks just perfect, as well as having your tea. I also have a passion for life and tea, Tea With Mary Kate – Inspiration for Tea and Living http://bit.ly/bJyfDf, would be delighted if you have a few moments to have a peek. I can highly recommend Crumbs in Cardiff too, in the beautiful Morgan Arcade, must write about them too! All the very best, k

    • lahlootea April 11, 2010 at 21:07 #

      Hello K
      Lovely to hear from you. I will have a look at your blog as it sounds great and just up my street. It will keep me posted on your good tea finds and hopefully this will keep you posted on where you cna find Lahloo Tea too.
      Take care
      Kate

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