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The Alyn Riverside Country Pub
The Alyn Riverside Country Pub

The Alyn Riverside Country Pub

Station Road
LL12 0HE
01244 570 368
Fax 01244 570 275

Nestled on the banks of the River Alyn in the pretty village of Rossett, at the Alyn Riverside Country Pub the quality of the food, the unique riverside setting and a warm and friendly welcome all combine to make it truly a cut above the average village pub.
Inside is cheerful and contemporary with cosy armchairs and open fires as well as plenty of space for diners. Outside there are extensive terraces and decking providing an idyllic setting on a sunny day, where you can enjoy a meal, coffee, glass of wine or pint and just listen to the gentle rippling of the water and watch the world go by.
Riverside setting with outdoor seating and tables available
Fantastic food, a friendly atmosphere and brilliant service
Award winning wine list and wide range of beers and cask ales
Delicious roasts every Sunday
Special offers throughout the week offering exceptional value - see our Events & Offers page for further details
Open all day every day 11.30 am to 11.30pm
Ideal for any occasion, business or pleasure, and family friendly

Free WI-Fi

Date Visited June 2011 Rating

The Trevor Arms Hotel
The Trevor Arms Hotel

The Trevor Arms Hotel

Currently Closed Feburary 2014

Marford Hill
LL12 8TA
01244 570 436

Refurbished and under new ownership

Lunchtime Special - Main Meals 5
12pm - 2:30pm Monday - Thursday
12pm - 5pm Friday - Saturday
Sunday Lunch 8.50
2 Courses 11.95
3 Courses 14.95
Early Bird Menu Monday - Thursday 5pm - 7pm 20% off Main Courses

Built in the 17th century and originally used as a coaching inn the Trevor Arms is a family run hotel ideally located between the historic city of Chester, Wrexham and Llangollen. The hotel is made up of 19 en-suite bedrooms which are housed in two separate blocks within the hotel grounds. Inside the hotel there is a spacious 40 seater restaurant, a roomy bar area and a comfortable lounge area. On 1st March 2010 the hotel completed a full refubishment of the restaurant and bar area and re opened to the public, there will be new photographs shortly on our page. We serve food daily which is freshly prepared and cooked to order and would strongly recommend pre booking the restaurant if required due to the high demand. Clive, Gill and the team look forward to seeing you. Please note all bedrooms are non smoking and on a Sunday last food orders are at 7pm.

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The Druid Inn
The Druid Inn

The Druid Inn

Wrexham Road
Near Mold
01352 770 292

In the heart of the pretty Welsh village of Pontblyddyn, the Druid Inn combines a traditional stone built pub with restaurant standard modern British food. Wooden beams, open fires and original features give the Druid a cosy feel, matched by the warmth of the welcome you'll receive.
Fantastic food, a great atmosphere and brilliant service
Wide selection of wines and beers and even our own bottle-conditioned "Druid Ale"
Lovely new beer garden with "jumbrellas" (just in case!)
Delicious roasts every Sunday
Open all day Saturday and Sunday
Fantastic Atmosphere, Great Food, Brilliant Service, Large Selection of Wines & Beers
Try Our New Spring A La Carte Menu Now Rating [Un-Rated]

Blue Bell Inn
Blue Bell Inn

Blue Bell Inn

Rhosesmor Road

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Regional Cider Pub of the Year
Mon-Thurs 5:00 pm-11:00 pm
Fri 5:00pm-1:00am
Sat 12:00pm-1:00am
Sun 12:00pm-11:00pm

Built in the mid 1700s at the crossroads of two old coaching routes, the Blue Bell Inn is purportedly named after a local privateer's boat the Blue Bell. Legend has it that he was later caught and hanged for his piracy and is thought to be buried a few hundred yards away in the cemetery next to Halkyn Castle. How to find us.
We are an independent, family run, award winning freehouse! We've been CAMRA Regional Pub & Cider Pub of the Year for North Wales, Cheshire & Merseyside, we were also listed as one of the Sunday Telegraph's Top Ten UK Country Pubs in 2008, 'The Best Pub' in 2009 and have been picked out as one of the Best Summer Walks for 2009 in the Sunday Times!
At 850 feet we are near the top of Halkyn Mountain with spectacular 70 mile views over the Dee & Mersey rivers, the distant Cumbrian mountains & Pennine hills. With an extensive events list we are enjoyed by walkers, riders, cyclists, folk & jazz musicians, game players and locals alike. Our award winning walks can be found here and you can use our free wireless internet to stay in touch. Real fires in winter add to the warm welcome. Bring your Motorhome!
We have it on good authority that beer is good for you. We've had hundreds of different cask ales and our own local Welsh brewed Blue Bell Bitter is always on with its stable-mate Dark Blue and other regularly changing real ales, ciders and perrys
You will find us in the Good Pub, Cider & Beer Guides and we have a Cask Marque for quality, in fact we are one of the highest scoring cask marque pubs in the UK! We also have a good selection of great wines, superb whiskies and other spirits, a large range of soft drinks, FairTrade tea, coffee and hot chocolate. Our food is a mixture of locally sourced, home-made and traditional meals ranging from lighter bites to those that challenge the hungry. Rating [Un-Rated]

The Guildhall Tavern Hotel & Restaurant The Guildhall Tavern Hotel & Restaurant

The Guildhall Tavern Hotel & Restaurant

Hall Square
LL16 3NU
01745 816 533

Tucked away just off the centre of this medieval Welsh town an experience awaits you - The Guildhall Tavern.
Extensively refurbished, this historic 16th Century coaching inn has been transformed into a unique hotel and restaurant concept whilst truly recognising the rich heritage of one of Denbighshire's most historic landmarks.
The Guildhall Tavern Hotel is now now Open... Restaurant and Accommodation bookings are now being taken

We have now been officially awarded 4 stars by Visit Wales as an Inn/Tavern !

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Date Visited April 2011 Rating



Old Wrexham Road
LL12 8TY
01978 853 525

Charming welsh country pub just outside wrexham. Classic interior with bookcases excellent food and views of the welsh countryside. All hidden down a quiet side road not too far from Chester.

The Web Master has Visited this establishment Date Visited Sunday 30th March 2014

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The Potters Wheel
The Potters Wheel

The Potters Wheel

Precinct Way
07927 480 346
Food Bookings 07985 248 383

The Potters Wheel is under new management

Sunday Carvery 2 for 10

5 Menu and A La Carte Menu available Food Served Wednesday to Sunday and Bank Holidays

Joyce's all you can eat oriental buffet every Friday 6pm - 8pm Two People for 10

All occasions catered for
Childrens Play Area
Live Entertainment and Karaoke
All inclusive packages available for Children's Parties
Senior Menu Available 12 - 5pm Except Sundays Rating [Un-Rated]

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