Kings HeadHigh Street
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Large town centre pub with three rooms: a small lounge for drinkers, a large restaurant with seating for 50 diners and a sports bar with separate access where darts and pool are played. There has been a pub on this site for hundreds of years but it was rebuilt in 1967. Nearby Rhuddlan Castle, built by Edward II, dominates the landscape. There are regular bus connections from Rhyl. Dogs are welcome. The Real Ale is from the Banks/Marston's range. Under new management Dec. 2017