Berwyn ArmsCorwen Road
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A fourteenth century roadside Inn, reopened in 2011 after an expensive but original refurbishment by it's new owners. The Inn faces the high Berwyn mountains to the front, whilst at the rear, the land drops down steeply to the River Dee where steam trains on the Llangollen railway can be seen running along the waterside. The Inn itself retains much of it's layout with a bar room and snug room at the front and a more spacious bar/restaurant to the rear, where the patio looks down on the river valley. Another room is used as a childrens play area. Beers liable to change - one guest in winter, two in summer.