Red Lion, Ruthin

The hangman, Sam Burrows, was staying at the Red Lion Ruthin on the night before the execution of John Connor a highway robber

Imperial Hotel, Rhyl

Imperial Hotel, RhylLocated on the corner of Bodfor and Kinmel streets in Rhy, north Wales.  The Imperial Hotel is one of the oldest public houses in Rhyl and at one time called the Dinorben Arms.

Berwyn Inn, Corwen

A Grade II 18th century former coaching inn situated in the heart of the Berwyn Mountains.  Originally called the Berwyn Inn and was closely associated with the construction of Telford’s Holyhead road turnpike.
Has excellent views over the river Dee

Owain Glyndŵr, Corwen

Owain Glyndŵr, CorwenLocated in Market Square, Corwen and dates back to 1329.  Before becoming a coaching inn the Owain Glyndwr was originally a monastery in the grounds of the church.  Later the inn was named after the legendary and mythical Owain Glyndwr.

Royal Hotel, Llangollen

Royal Hotel, LlangollenThe hotel was originally known as the King’s Head but name was changed after Princess  (later Queen) Victoria stayed in 1832
Located on the banks of the river Dee and in the heart of Llangollen
Recently refurbished to restore it to it former prestige

The Crown Inn, Llandegla

Saif yr adeilad ar groesffordd heolydd Caer i Gorwen a Wrecsam i Rhuthun.  Hen enw ar y dafarn oedd Crown Inn.

Mae'r Crown yn fan da i dorri syched sawl cerddwr af Glawdd Off!

Edward Roger oedd y tafarnwr oddeutu 1900.

Gwerthir cwrw traddodiadol.

The Three Pigeons, Graigfechan

Un o dafarnau ola'r ardal i osod pympiau ar gyfer y cwrw.  Cyn hynny roedd rhaid cario cwrw mewn jygiau o'r seler a'i weini i gwsmeriaid.

Roedd yn boblogaidd a'r porthmyn oedd yn teithio gyda'u anifeiliaid i'r mart yn Wrecsam.  Mae adeilad wedi bod ar y safle presennol ers o leiaf y 12fed ganrif.  Yn ol y chwedl fe arhosodd Owain Glyndwr yno a oedd ar ei ffordd i'w senedd-dy ym Machynlleth.  Cafodd ei hailadeiladu ym 1777.

Tafarn draddodiadol Gymreig sy'n gweini dewis eang o gwrw traddodiadol hyd heddiw.

The Wynnstay Arms, Ruthin

Located in the historical market town of Ruthin
The Wynnstsy Arms dates back to 1549 and previously known as the Cross Foxes Inn.  It originally belonged to the Williams-Wynn family of Wynnstay, Ruthin.  An old coaching inn and at one time used as a secret meeting place for the Jacobites. 
George Borrow in his ‘Wild Wales’ treated his guide John Jones to his first duck meal having walked to the Wynnstay all the way from Llangollen.  The industrialist and former Mayor W.G. Lecomber hosted many of his lunches at the establishment. 

The Old Vaults, Denbigh

The Old Vaults, DenbighThe Old Vaults public house on the high street in Denbigh dates back to 1779.  Before Smithfield market was opened in 1895 cattle were sold on the high street from an area outside the inn.

Hope & Anchor, Denbigh

A former Coach house with beamed ceilings dating back to the 17th century and located on Vale Street.
Pub divided in two between the Bar and Lounge which is full of Irish memorabilia.  We wonder why?  An inglenook fireplace welcomes the customers on cold Winter evenings. 
Serving real ale.  Beer garden in the back and children welcome. 
Pool table and darts board located in the Bar.  Also has a Boules court.


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