Cerrigllwydion Arms, Llanynys

The Cerrigllwydion Arms stands near the local 13th Church, St. Saeran, in the small village of Llanynys which is  located between Ruthin and Denbigh in Denbighshire.  The pub was originally built by one Edward Edwards, the Attorney of Cerrigllwydion Hall.  It was constructed on wastleland belonging to the Church where once the Parish stable stood.  Permission was granted by the Vicarage to (partially) construct part of Cerrigllwydion in the churchyard rather than obstructing the view of Denbigh Castle from parishioners.  

It was extensively refurbished in the mid 1960s, losing much of its original charm which included the lounge built from local stone.

Closed during early 21st century.

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