White HorseFfordd Y Llan
A picturesque and cosy village pub with a separate quarry tiled public bar in which a set of antique beer engines can be seen. The original building dates from the early 19th century and was extended and refurbished c1940 out of Irish Sweepstake winnings creating a lounge of two rooms each with distinctive fireplaces. A further extension was made in 1980 to the rear up a few steps to create a dining area. Beers generally rotate with occasional longer "stints" for the likes of Ushers 1824 or Ringwood Bitter. Being near to the Clwydian mountain range the pub attracts many walkers.