Ideally located in Llandaff Village, close to the Cathedral, with a large free car park a short distance away.

This is a charming, cosy pub, with an equally charming, very sunny rear garden. It attracts a generally mature clientèle. There are photos of a number of famous people, including sportsmen who have visited the place.

Part of the attraction is that it is family run in a friendly manner. It is also a popular place to eat, with a good range of home cooked food, with daily specials and Sunday Roasts.

Has periodic guest ales, and occasional live music.
According to local Historian Mark Fletcher, The Butchers Arms alternated between its current location, number 16 High Street and number 10. Originally a Butchers Shop in 1841, it was converted to the aptly named pub in 1880.

The remnants of a stable at the back imply a former role as a coach house.

The latin on the pub sign translates as "We're all equal under the hooves of sheep and cattle".
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The Butchers Arms is so far ranked joint 15th with 4 other pubs
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Saturday 5 Jul 2014
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