The Taste Inn Wales group to take over Nantyffin Cider Mill

08 April 2013 by
The Taste Inn Wales group to take over Nantyffin Cider Mill

Welsh restaurant company the Taste Inn Wales group has teamed up with the Glanusk Estate to take over the Nantyffin Cider Mill near Crickhowell, which it sold more than five years ago.

The group, which owns three other restaurants in the Brecon Beacons area in South Wales, the Castle at Llandovery, the Manor at Crickhowell, and Peterstone Court at Brecon, sold its interest in the Cider Mill in 2007. It previously ran the gastro pub for 17 years, putting seasonal local produce on the map.

Taste Inn Wales co-owner Sean Gerrard said: "Our part in the Cider Mill story started over 20 years ago and it was a huge part of our life, until we sold our interest in 2007. So when the Glanusk estate recently approached us to tell us that it was going back on the market, we felt that it was opportunity not to be missed."

His business partner Jess Bridgeman added: "We are incredibly excited about going back to our roots at the Nantyffin Cider Mill, to grow new shoots and put it back to where it belongs, as a must visit restaurant on the Welsh food map."

The Taste Inn Wales group is co-owned by Gerrard, Glyn and Jess Bridgeman.

Glanusk Park and Estate, which is privately owned by the Legge-Bourke family, is one of the largest privately owned estates in Wales. It is situated in the Usk Valley in the Brecon Beacons National Park and comprises 400 acres of private parkland.

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