Mount Bar and Grill

Welcome To The Mount Bar & Grill

Enjoy a warm Welsh welcome at The Mount Bar & Grill at Gwaun Cae Gurwen ("GCG"), Ammanford

Privately owned and situated at the foot of the Black Mountain in the upper Amman Valley, The Mount Bar & Grill has recently undergone a major refurbishment. Here you can relax in front of a traditional log fire or sample the unique surroundings of the restaurant area, whilst enjoying a selection of draught beers, cask ales and fine wines. Bar and restaurant Manager Megan, always offers friendly customer service, and our attentive staff are always on hand to make your visit enjable. There is an excellent and varied menu available, including Sunday Lunch. Sumptuous meals are freshly prepared daily by Head Chef Mandy Hellier.

Covid Social Distancing Notice

Due to social distancing we have limited seating capacity as well our kitchens are temporally closed till further notice.
We also have temporary opening hours as Follows Mon to Fri 12pm to 10:30pm & Sun 12pm to 10pm .

Please stay at home if you have any symptoms of COVID-19.

Please sanatise your hands on entry. Other sanatising stations will also be available throughout the premesis.

All customers must be seated and all tables will be 2m apart.

All customers must provide details for track and trace.


The mount Bar and Grill is situated at the foot of the black mountins

There are several attractive villages and hamlets in this area. The Skirrid Mountain Inn also has a wider reputation, being claimed as the oldest public house in Wales and mentioned in records from AD 1100. Antiquities include Llanthony Priory in the Vale of Ewyas, ruined Craswall Priory, Tretower Castle, Tretower Court, the Iron Age hill fort of Crug Hywel, and the remains of Castell Dinas, an 11th to 13th century castle built on the site of an Iron Age hillfort between Talgarth and Crickhowell. Cwmyoy and Partrishow churches are also worth visiting. The youth hostel at Capel-y-ffin closed in late 2007. The town of books or Hay-on-Wye lies just to the north. It was the first booktown to be established and there are more than two dozen second-hand bookshops to explore. Some specialise in specific subjects, so there is a wide choice for browsers.

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Opening Times

Mon to Fri

12PM to 10:30PM.

Sat to Sun

12PM to 10PM.