Things have been changing at The Six Bells, Penmark with a major refurbishment of the restaurant and public bar last year. That hasn't diluted the classic attractions that make this pretty village inn a very classic Welsh pub - friendly welcome, roaring log fires, a history that goes back to the 16th century and delicious home-cooked food. Dining is high quality and traditional, with a reputation built on getting the pub classic just right. Locals love the pub, but news is spreading, with a Trip Advisor certificate of excellence for 2014 & 2015 great things are expected throughout 2016.

The Six Bells, Penmark pride themselves on being "Farm to Fork" - With all their meat being locally sourced. How is this possible? David Williams, Head Chef at The Six Bells is a true believer in traditional values and has ultimately gone back to using a good-old fashioned Butcher -  All meat is personally selected from Welsh Farms. Even as close as The Radcliffes at Penmark Place which is in the same village as The Six Bells!The Radcliffe Family have been farming the land for generations.

As well as Penmark Place Farm, lamb is sourced from Pan Cross Farm (located under one mile away in Llancarfan) and Beef from New Farm Barry depending on the time of year and Farm availability. Our aim is to keep our food miles as low as possible!


Food is served Tuesday to Saturday 12-2.30pm & 6-9pm, Sunday 12-4pm  The restaurant menu is served in the public bar, lounge bar & restaurant with last orders being taken 15 minutes before we stop serving.

A light bites & bar menu is available in the public bar offering a varied selection of jacket potatoes, sandwiches & panini's.