The Old Cottage is an idyllic village pub that is bursting with character, endless charm, and flawless style.
The perfect escape from the demands that come hand in hand with everyday life, this premium pub, bar, and restaurant is perfectly equipped to accommodate all of your dining requirements, no matter what the occasion.
With an expansive menu and great selection of wines, real ales, and lagers on offer every day of the week, The Old Cottage is a great place for a three-course meal, celebratory drinks, or even a refreshing cold pint on a summer’s day.
We are also a child friendly pub, so please feel free to bring your little ones along to enjoy lots of family friendly fun. We even have a dedicated children’s menu boasting a whole host of delicious dishes that they are sure to love. Trust us, you’ll have absolutely no problem getting them to clear their plates!
Located in the community of Lisvane, just five miles north of the centre of Cardiff, The Old Cottage is well served by a number of transport links and is also easily accessible by car or on foot.
If you’re travelling by car, the M4 motorway forms the northern border of the suburb and provides a quick link to central Cardiff and the surrounding area. Situated close to a number of bus routes, regular services pass through the area. Alternatively, if you’re travelling by train, Lisvane & Thornhill Station is just a two minute walk away.
Set within one of Cardiff’s most prestigious areas, The Old Cottage is surrounded by a whole host of sights and attractions.
The grade two listed Cefn Onn Country Park is home to a huge collection of native and exotic trees within an intimate valley. With its stunning scenery and calm, relaxing atmosphere, the park is the perfect place to enjoy a quiet afternoon exploring the streams, ponds, woodlands, and artwork. Lisvane Reservoir is a Site of Special Scientific Interest, providing another great spot to soak up some fresh air.
Located just to the north of Lisvane, you’ll find the Graig. The Rhymney Valley Ridgeway Walk runs along the top of the Graig and offers some great walks and mountain biking routes. Of course, once you’ve worked up a healthy appetite, The Old Cottage provides the perfect spot to relax, refuel, and reflect upon your day.
The countless attractions of the centre of Cardiff are also close by, including the National Museum Cardiff, with its huge collection of world-renowned impressionist and post-impressionist work, 1930s surrealism, and 20th century art from Wales. Alongside the art, there’s also a number of natural history, archaeology, and geology exhibitions to explore. Once you’ve had your fill of culture, The Old Cottage offers the perfect spot to refuel.
No visit to Cardiff would be complete without a trip to Cardiff Castle. Dating back to 50AD, this imposing structure is sure to impress with its elaborate gothic architecture. The iconic Millennium Centre is also close by in Cardiff Bay. Nicknamed the Armadillo, this vibrant venue plays host to a wide range of concerts and performances all year round.