Welcome to The Royal Arms in Llangrove!
The Royal Arms is a traditional, family-run country pub offering home cooked food, good wines and real ales.
Located off the beaten track at the top end of the village of Llangrove, The Royal Arms is equidistant between the towns of Ross-on-Wye and Monmouth which are approximately 6 miles away.
The pub has a warm and charming atmosphere with comfortable and traditional furnishings and a real log fire for chillier evenings. As well as the lounge bar, there is a games room with a pool table and dart board. Outside is an attractive seating area where you can relax in the sunshine and watch the world, and indeed frequent tractors, go by.
Well behaved dogs are welcome, if kept on their lead.
The pub is currently owned and run by the Bleathman family – Phil & Rosie and their daughters Vicky & Ellie. They’ve been at the pub since September 2007.
The Royal Arms is a small and attractive 17th century building which at one time was the local smithy. It became a pub in Victorian times and was originally called ‘The Smiths Arms’ but it’s name was changed to commemorate Queen Victoria’s Golden Jubilee when it henceforth became known as ‘The Royal Arms’. The Royal Arms is well supported by its fabulous locals and as well as plenty of stray holiday-makers who accidentally come across it on their travels!