Beverages and Meals during the Evening
As usual we have made arrangements for the Neuadd Henllan Residential Centre on the Showground to make a two course evening meal available for Friday and Saturday between 6.00pm and 8.30pm. The bar will be open from 6.00pm to 11.00pm on Friday and Saturday evening.
Please click here or go to the "Accom / Catering" page for more details of accommodation and catering, including a sample menu at the Neuadd Henllan Residential Centre.
The Neuadd Henllan has a brand new extension / conservatory at the front of the building that makes much more restaurant space. Photos of the new extension can be seen by clicking here or by clicking on "More Info" on the menu bar. This year some improvements have also been made to the accommodation.
Meal tickets at £15.00 each or £8.50 for children under 10 years old. Meal tickets can be purchased in advance only with your entry (not on the day) and should be collected by requesting them from the ride office.
If you are entering the ride online, then you should pay for the required number of meal tickets by entering the correct amount in the “Other Fee” box and specify the number of tickets needed for each night in the “Comments” box. If you are entering by post, then please enclose a note to indicate the number of tickets for each night. In both cases please make clear the number required for children (if any).
And yes there will also be a bar open in the main office building (Hafod A Hendre) from 17.00 to 23.00 on Friday and Saturday; 14:00 to 18:00 on Sunday.
Beverages and Meals during the Day
Meals, snacks and beverages will also be available during the day from Hollywood Hotstuff. You will find them easily just outside the main office Hafod A Hendre Building.
Please click here or go to the "Accom / Catering" page for more details of what is available, including a sample menu.
Sadly The Seven Stars pub in Aberedw, a favourite watering hole for some riders / crews, is still closed.
However, the Lion Hotel in Builth Wells has been completely refurbished. The Llanelwedd Arms, (on the right just before the bridge as you drive from the venue into Builth Wells) is under new ownership and serves excellent Thai food as well as traditional English.
If you are prepared to go further afield to Erwood (7 miles), then you are always assured of a warm welcome from Dave at the Wheelright Arms. Other pubs include The Hundred House Inn at Hundred House (4 miles), The Fountain Inn (Builth Wells) and The Prince Llewelyn in Cilmeri (3 miles). The Roast Ox Inn is also very good, but is in Painscastle (12 miles) and is adjacent to the on-course vet gate!!
Failing all those, there is always the Little Chef on the first roundabout as you head into town!!