Vale of Clwyd

Campaign for Real Ale

Campaign for Real Ale

Real Ale Pubs

  • Bagillt
    • Blossoms High Street Bagillt CH6 6AP Telephone(01352) 762370

      On the main street, the "Blossoms" has a main bar and a seperate Restaurant plus a snooker room with two full size tables also a Pool table. The bar has all sports on the TV. On Wednesday Poker is played. Saturday nights ther is live music. Lunch served at week ends. Recently reopened Nov 2019. Listed details liable to have changed pending full update.

  • Bala
    • Goat Hotel 47 Stryd Fawr Bala LL23 7AF Telephone(01678) 521817

      Centrally located friendly Admiral Taverns pub. Central bar with lounge and dining area one side and games/sports area other side,

    • Gwest'r Plas Coch Hotel 52 High Street Bala LL23 7AB Telephone(01678) 520309

      Town centre hotel with large smart and airy lounge and dining area and separate public bar. Food is highly rated and the pub is a firm favourite with the locals. Outdoor area to rear of public bar.

    • Olde Bulls Head 78 High Street Bala LL23 7AD Telephone(01678) 520438

      Reputedly haunted, this black-and-white coaching inn is the oldest in Bala, dating back to at least 1692. Inside, it has a spacious L-shaped lounge with a large stone fireplace and pictures of old Bala on the walls. There is also a smaller bar and games room. The heated smoking area has a dartboard. A wall panel tells of the whisky distillery that was situated nearby. The Wrexham to Barmouth bus stops outside.

    • Plas-yn-Dre 23 High Street Bala LL23 7LU Telephone(01678) 521256

      Family run friendly bar and restaurant that promotes food ahead of the two Welsh guest beers. A listed building that roughly translated means "Lord's town house". Roadside outside seating area. Upstairs toilets.

    • STORI 101 High Street Bala LL23 7AE Telephone(01678) 520501

      This bottle shop with a tap room to the rear is centrally situated in the popular town of Bala close to the lake and other attractions. The tap room is accessed through the shop which has a wide range of beers and beer related merchandise with the emphasis on local products. Cask and craft keg beers are available to either take away or enjoy in the cosy tasting room. The opening hours are subject to seasonal variation, please check on the website for changes.

    • White Lion Royal Hotel High Street Bala LL23 7AE Telephone(01678) 520314

      An 18th century coaching house that is part of a hotel. There is a comfortable main bar area with beamed ceilings and lots of artefacts around the walls including many fish in display cases. Rear outdoor area with adjacent parking spaces. Twin white lions "guard" the hotel entrance.

  • Bodelwyddan
    • Bodelwyddan Castle Hotel (Warners) Engine Hill Bodelwyddan LL18 5YA Telephone(01745) 585088

      A hotel located in part of the Bodelwyddan Castle. There are two bars open for residents (and their guests) and restaurant diners. The residents and diners only restriction was confirmed by telephone.

    • Ty Fry Inn Ty Fry Lane Bodelwyddan LL18 5TE Telephone(01745) 799262

      Recently refurbished bright central village local with an excellent food reputation. Large dining area to one side and sports bar the other side with a small quiet lounge. Very popular with the friendly locals. Accepts contactless payment.

  • Bodfari
    • Dinorben Arms B5429 Bodfari LL16 4DA Telephone(01745) 775090

      Brunning and Price have created a very impressive gastro pub out of an old faithful local hostelry. From the main entrance through the hall and into the main eating area there is plenty to cast your eyes on. The long rounded bar serves this area that includes a large feature fireplace and discreet smaller area to one side and the far end. There are small outdoor areas to the side and secondary entrance. Upstairs there is a large partly covered seating area and a further metal staircase leads to an area of six further tables and a great panorama view of the Vale of Clwyd . Seven handpumps serve three regular beers and four guests that include local micros.

  • Buckley
    • Blue Anchor Inn Mold Road Buckley CH7 2NH Telephone(01244) 550585

      Cosy local on western edge of town. Small front bar area and large games room to rear.

    • Hope & Anchor Ewloe Place Buckley CH7 3NL Telephone(01244) 544043

      An authentic pub situated on the side of the 'Trap', a popular local fishing spot. The pub layout is open plan with a lounge, a bar housing a pool table, and a dining area. Wooden outdoor area across from car park. Freshly home cooked food served every day except Mondays.

    • Horse & Jockey Inn 66 Church Road Buckley CH7 3JQ Telephone(01244) 550650

      Fine old building with a distinctive and interesting exterior, and a modernised open-plan interior. The front lounge area has comfortable seating and is decorated with beer-related items whilst the rear bar area is dedicated to pub games. Live music weekends. Customers chose ale from list each week with favourites filling in. First dementia friendly pub in North Wales with social meetings every fourth Wednesday 1-3pm

    • Shamrock Chester Road Buckley CH7 3AE Telephone(01244) 548214

      Sports oriented pub with an Irish theme adjacent to Buckley Cricket Ground. Good value Real Ales from Facers range including DHB and Clwyd Gold

  • Cadole
    • Colomendy Arms Village Road Cadole CH7 5LL Telephone(01352) 810217

      A wonderful free-house just off main Mold - Ruthin road that has been run by the same family for over 30 years, most of which have also included entry in the Good Beer Guide. A recent tasteful addition of the print room and the alpine lodge at rear of car park has added extra room without detracting from the character of the pub. The ever changing five beers from far and wide (usually including a Welsh beer) continue to offer the best selection of real ales for miles to be enjoyed without modern distractions . Very popular with walkers as the Loggerheads Country Park is close by.

  • Caerwys
    • Piccadilly Inn North Street Caerwys CH7 5AW Telephone(01352) 720284

      Original building constructed in 17th century includes main bar with interesting lounge area with ceiling raised at far end with stuffed animals, cartwheel hanging from ceiling and many other artefacts. Extensions including a large two storey addition to the rear with a further bar are used for dining for which the inn as an excellent reputation. Great Orme on one pump with the other two serving changing beers that are usually local. Regular live music in bar Saturdays and 1st & 3rd Fridays.

    • Royal Oak Water Street Caerwys CH7 5AT Telephone(01352) 720269

      Tastefully renovated village pub with beer garden to rear. Two bar areas and Pool room.

  • Carrog
    • Grouse Inn B5437 Carrog LL21 9AT Telephone(01490) 430272

      This very friendly family run pub was originally a farm and brew-house and has a single bar serving several rooms. A very tasteful refurb was undertaken in 2020 giving a modern feel without losing its fabulous character. Generous home cooked food can be eaten in most areas of the pub. There is a large outside covered patio area that offers splendid views of the Dee Valley, Berwyn Mountains and 1660 Carrog Bridge. Beers are always from the J W Lees range. Carrog station (Heritage Steam Railway) on the Llangollen-Corwen railway is a short walk away.

  • Cilcain
    • White Horse Ffordd Y Llan Cilcain CH7 5NN Telephone(01352) 740142

      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.

  • Clawddnewydd
    • Glan Llyn Inn Ruthin Road Clawddnewydd LL15 2NA Telephone(01824) 750754

      The Glan Llyn Inn is both owned and run by the Community. There is a warm welcome waiting for you when you enter the lounge bar with its friendly staff and real fire. With parts dating back to the 16th century it has now been refurbished to include a lounge area with real fire and stove, a dining room and a separate public bar with a pool table and sports TV. The Glan Llyn now has a dining area as well as Community Shop as part of the pub. The 2 changing beers are always from Welsh breweries. Sunday carvery is very popular.

  • Corwen
    • Crown Hotel Bridge Street Corwen LL21 0AH Telephone(01490) 413188

      Built in 1628 this cosy and quirky town centre pub is well worth a visit alone to see the historic interior recognised by CAMRA. The main bar area has many features including numerous pewter and other tankards hanging from the ceiling. There are two separate dining areas and a snooker room upstairs. There are also four en-suite bedrooms upstairs. One guest beer is dispensed from the sole handpump, but Real Ale not guaranteed. Best chance at weekend when the steam trains are running.

    • Harp Hotel The Square Corwen LL21 0DE Telephone(01490) 412967

      An old narrow fronted inn tucked away in a corner of Corwen square. The entrance leads straight into the main bar/lounge with a pool room on the right. Doors lead from the bar area to an enclosed external patio area. Beer is usually sourced from within North Wales typically including Hafod, Conwy & Buzzard. Opening hours may vary.

    • Owain Glyndwr Hotel The Square Corwen LL21 0DL Telephone(01490) 412115

      The main part of this hotel dates back to 1740 with parts going back to the 14th century. The walls are festooned with lots of horsey type paraphenalia. The small bar is to the right of the entrance hall and has an open fire and room for just two tables. Extra tables are situated in the wide hallway. To the rear of the hotel is the larger bar/restaurant area that also doubles up as the TV area when major sports events are shown. Just one regular Theakstons beer on cask.

    • Royal Oak London Road Corwen LL21 0DR Telephone(01490) 412372

      Well decorated traditional town pub on A5. Real Ale introduced in 2017.

  • Cyffyliog
    • Red Lion Hotel Cyffyliog Cyffyliog LL15 2DN Telephone(01824) 710351

      A family run village inn with parts dating back to the 17th century with many artifacts. Focal point is the welcoming lounge with open fire and bar. There are also two cosy adjacent dining areas with a further dining/function room. The separate public bar includes a pool table and TV but more importantly a gent’s toilet bedecked in numerous different wall tiles from a bombed Liverpool factory. Wednesday quiz nights and Thursday curry nights are very popular. Special events are the monthly Pujab Thali night (specialist homemade curries) and a bi-monthly Whisky Tasting evening. The pub is the focal point in the village and also doubles up as the village shop.

  • Cynwyd
    • Blue Lion Hotel The Square Cynwyd LL21 0LE Telephone(01490) 412106

      Stone built village local on the B4401 in the centre of the small village. The entrance leads to a large bar area with an open fire. A door by the bar leads to a smaller comfortable lounge. Refurbished and reopened after three years of closure.

  • Denbigh
    • Brookhouse Mill Ruthin Road Denbigh LL16 4RD Telephone(01745) 813377

      The "Brookhouse Mill" is situated one mile south east of Denbigh, on the A525, Ruthin road. The mill was powered by the river Ystrad, the wheel and workings are still displayed in one of the areas of this plush multiroomed restaurant. Always local breweries are well represented in the bar. There are function facilities, well used by several socities. There is a well appointed garden alongside the river. The No X50. 55 buses from Denbigh takes you to the door.

    • Denbigh Conservative Club 4 Highgate Denbigh LL16 3LE Telephone(01745) 812808
    • Guildhall Tavern Hotel & Restaurant Hall Square Denbigh LL16 3NU Telephone(01745) 816533

      The Grade II-listed Guildhall Tavern, formerly known as the Bull, a 17th-century coaching hotel tucked away just off the town square, has been refurbished with 11 plush bedrooms. There are three main public areas including a conservatory with an ancient covered well and the hotel restaurant. Two real ales are served, usually from Facer's, supplemented by Happy Daze, a real cider. Denbigh Castle, built by Edward I, is 200 yards up the hill behind the hotel. Hotel parking is reserved for residents.

    • Hope & Anchor 94 Vale Street Denbigh LL16 3BW Telephone(01745) 815115

      A two roomed pub served by a central bar. The right entrance leads to a slate tiled lounge with ceiling beams. A large TV faces the bar. There is more seating in a separate area to the rear of the room. The left entrance leads to a half tiled and half boarded pool and games area.

    • Masons Arms Rhyl Road Denbigh LL16 3DT Telephone(01745) 812831

      A single open plan L-shaped room, divided up with a large pool and darts area to the right and a bar/lounge area with TV on entrance. To the rear is a covered smoking area followed by a patio with tables. Changing beer is often from a local Welsh micro.

    • Plough Inn Bridge Street Denbigh LL16 3TF Telephone(01745) 812961

      Medium sized town center pub with two rooms close to Bus terminal. Only one real ale served.

    • Railway Hotel 2 Ruthin Road Denbigh LL16 3EL Telephone(01745) 812376

      Named after the now defunct railway between Rhyl and Corwen, the pub located at the lower end of town is half a mile from the historic Castle and is a traditional local with five rooms catering for sports fans, either for playing darts, pool or watching on large screen TV. Two ales are served with always a Purple Moose beer plus one other from a local brewery. Bus route No 51 from Rhyl to Ruthin stops nearby.

    • Y Goron Fach 6 Crown Lane Denbigh LL16 3SY Telephone07850 687701

      A small micropub opened in November 2016 in a former hairdressers by the local Denbigh Brewery. Single area with pumps room-side that will hold around 25 people. Predominantly high chairs around the perimeter with one table and one cask table. Four local changing beers on with discount for regular customers and CAMRA members. The "Little Crown" is just off Crown Square where the closed "big" Crown Hotel was.

  • Dolphin
    • Glan yr Afon Inn Milwr Dolphin CH8 8HE Telephone(01352) 710052

      You can expect a warm welcome in this popular pub which originally opened in the 16th Century and is situated in an elevated position with view of the Dee Estuary and Wirral peninsula. The inn also serves food and provides accommodation. A central bar serves the four separate seating areas and the dining room while the games room has its own bar. Walkers and dogs are welcome and there is a real fire to keep you warm on cold days. The pub is built above the historic Milwr tunnel and there is information provided about this feature inside the inn.

  • Dyserth
    • Bodunig Inn High Street Dyserth LL18 6AA Telephone07846 299017

      Pub in the centre of the village, opposite the main bus stop on the A 5151. There is a pool table in the bar and a lounge leading to the outside smoking area.

    • New Inn Waterfall Road Dyserth LL18 6ET Telephone(01745) 570482

      This 400 year old pub, which has been modernised and extended, is close to Dyserth waterfall at the bottom of the village. Many pictures of old Dyserth adorn the walls. There are three areas inside, with a focus on food but having three real ales. There is a good sized garden for drinking and a smaller area to the left side of the pub.

  • Eryrys
    • Sun Inn Village Rd Eryrys CH7 4BX Telephone(01824) 780402

      This country pub, close to the village church and located within the Clwydian Range, is also reputedly one of the highest pubs in Wales, set 1148ft above sea level. It has a separate area for diners, with meals served Tuesday to Saturday 5.30-9pm and Sunday lunchtime 1-4.30pm. One or two guest ales are available, usually sourced from local microbreweries. Accommodation is offered in a well-appointed two-bedroom apartment above the pub.

  • Ffrith
    • Ffrith 305 Victoria Road Ffrith LL19 7UT Telephone(01745) 887182

      Large two roomed pub which is a comparatively recent convert to selling real ale.

  • Ffynnongroew
    • Farmers Arms Main Road Ffynnongroew CH8 9SW Telephone(01745) 560359

      Locals pub, at north end of this ex-mining village. Two rooms served by central bar, with separate area for pool table. No food served, but walkers may phone in for sandwiches. No 11 bus stops right outside.

  • Flint Mountain
    • Coach & Horses Northop Road Flint Mountain CH6 5QG Telephone(01352) 735001

      Small locals bar with the rest of pub set out as a restaurant

  • Glyndyfrdwy
    • Berwyn Arms Corwen Road Glyndyfrdwy LL21 9EY Telephone(01490) 430210

      A fourteenth century roadside Inn, reopened in 2021 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 function/meeting room. Beers liable to change - one guest in winter, two in summer.

  • Gorsedd
    • Druid Inn The Village Gorsedd CH8 8QZ Telephone(01352) 713975

      Busy village pub, with restaurant two lounge areas and a bar. pub overlooked by the village church.

  • Graianrhyd
    • Rose & Crown Llanarmon Rd Graianrhyd CH7 4QW Telephone(01824) 780727

      An early 19th century traditional pub with a very strong local following. The long bar serves two rooms, the main one of which has an open fire, copper-topped tables and a vast array of pump clips. Guest beers are usually from local breweries. Popular with tourists, walkers, fell runners and cyclists keen to fuel up on chip baps that have become a post-race fixture for the local "Dash in the Dark" or the "Three Taverns", a choir walking tour held on May day bank holiday Saturday.

  • Graigfechan
    • Three Pigeons Inn Graigfechan LL15 2EU Telephone(01824) 703178

      Closed both Monday & Tuesday in Jan & Feb. Closes 21.00 on Sundays in Winter. Old drovers inn with parts originating from the 12th century, but mostly rebuilt in 1777. The pub contains lots of original features and has open fires. There is an large lounge area with sports room to one side and a substantial dining area to the other. The cellars within the pub are ideal for keeping the cask ale that is still, on occasions, served direct in two or three pint jugs. Outdoor area to the rear has great views over the Vale of Clwyd. Regular live music and other special events. There are two self-catering apartments available and a pub owned campsite adjacent to the building.

  • Greenfield
    • Royal Oak Greenfield Road Greenfield CH8 7QB Telephone(01352) 331582

      Local pub on road between Greenfield and Holywell and close to St Winifreds Well. Open plan with pool table and elevated area for eating. Much memorabilia of the Greenfield valley heritage park. Quiz Wednesday 9pm.

  • Gronant
    • Bells of St Marys Mostyn Road Gronant LL19 9TB Telephone(01745) 853770

      Large Pub/Restaurant on A548, Half mile east of village, and is owned by the national chain Crown Carveries.

  • Gwaenysgor
    • Eagle & Child Inn Lon Capel Gwaenysgor LL18 6EJ Telephone(01745) 856391

      Originally a stone farm croft that was converted to a public house over 100 years ago. The entrance leads into the lounge area - the ceiling to the right is festooned with interesting pottery water jugs with ash trays to the perimeter. There is a very large dining area to the other side of the bar. Beers are mainstream.

  • Gwernaffield
    • Hand Inn Church Lane Gwernaffield CH7 5DT

      Pub re-opened in March 2019 after refurbishment putting new life into this village local which retains its traditional 2-roomed interior with games room. 2 real ales from Big Hand incl a house special.

  • Gwernymynydd
    • Owain Glyndwr Glyndwr Road Gwernymynydd CH7 5LP Telephone(01352) 752913

      An end of terrace early 18th century stone country pub named after the last native Welshman to hold the title 'Prince of Wales' and with extensive views over Flintshire and beyond. A recent refurbishment including a new bar front has retained most of the character of the place. Essentially a single room wrapped around the U-shaped bar, with dining all around and a pool table set back on the right. Parking is very limited.

    • Plas Hafod Hotel Hafod Road Gwernymynydd CH7 5JS Telephone(01352) 700177

      Hotel bar in 18th cent country house set in 9 acres of gardens and walks.

    • Swan Inn Swan Lane Gwernymynydd CH7 4AT

      Pub on A 494, Mold to Ruthin road in village. Large car park and garden, three rooms, one with pool table. Regular beer Sharps Doom Bar.

  • Gwespyr
    • Masons Arms The Village Gwespyr CH8 9LW Telephone(01745) 886461

      Two rooms in this village local, bar with separate pool room and pleasant lounge. At the highest point in village.

  • Halkyn
    • Blue Bell Inn Rhosesmor Rd Halkyn CH8 8DL Telephone(01352) 780309

      Situated on Halkyn Mountain the Blue Bell is a traditional rural pub and a good base for exploring the local countryside, offering free guided walks around the area. Built in 1700's and named after a local privateers boat the pub has a strong community focus hosting regular events and societies. The beer range usually includes North Wales breweries often Facers and is accompanied by a wide selection of real ciders.

    • Britannia Inn Pentre Road Halkyn CH8 8BS Telephone(01352) 781564

      Situated 400 metres from the main westbound A55 expressway, with views over the Dee estuary, this four-roomed village pub has a relaxed, homely atmosphere. A small rear bar, cosy front lounge and pool room surround the central bar, and the conservatory dining area provides good-value, home-cooked food. Children are welcome in the conservatory until 9pm. Dogs are permitted in the bar area.

  • Hendrerwydd
    • White Horse Inn Hendrerwydd Hendrerwydd LL16 4LL Telephone(01824) 790218

      Rambling but cosy oak beamed 16th century inn that has been tastefully refurbished. Entrance is into the lounge with dining areas off two sides. There is a snug bar to the right with roaring fire in the winter and a pool room behind the bar. Two ever-changing guest beers are sourced from local breweries. Very popular and highly recommended on Tripadvisor for food, mainly from local suppliers. Dogs allowed in snug..

  • Henllan
    • Llindir Inn Llindir Street Henllan LL16 5BH Telephone(01745) 812188

      A 13th century Grade II listed rambling thatched inn. On entry you are welcomed by a long copper bar with an inglenook fireplace and a comfortable TV lounge offset. Three steps takes you up to another bar and a further three steps to a pleasant restaurant. The interior of the inn retains its character with old beams, tiled floors, copper and brassware. Up to five guest beers available.

  • Holywell
    • Boars Head 21 High Street Holywell CH8 7TE Telephone07562 378993

      Recent new ownership, situated in town High Street. Now serving Real Ale. No food., Many screens for Sports. Live music Friday and Saturday nights.Outdoor area for those who prefer.

    • Holywell Golf Club Brynford Road, Brynford Holywell CH8 8LQ Telephone(01352) 710040

      Visitors welcome. Two Real ales served, usually from Facer's. Tidy smart casual dress required. Open to the public.

    • Market Cross 9-11 High Street Holywell CH8 7LA Telephone(01352) 717800

      Converted in 2011 from a large retail outlet, this small Wetherspoon pub is located in the centre of Holywell high street and named after the obelisk of the same name that stood outside. There are many pictures of local interest on display remembering Holywell and the Greenfield valley in times gone by. The regular beers are complemented by three guest ales that often include local breweries and a real cider.

    • Old Wine Vaults Cross Street Holywell CH8 7LP Telephone(01352) 714801

      A town pub with a large open-plan area, There are several TV screens showing sport, with another screen in the smoking area. Live music thu, fri, sat, poker sun, nights. Three changing local beers are served, e.g. Heavy Industry, Cwrw Ial, Brimstage. The pub is close to St Winefride’s Well, a shrine of unbroken pilgrimage since the 12th century, and one of the Seven Wonders of Wales. When local lead mines were still in operation the pub was also the pay office- the safes remain in the bar.

  • Leeswood
    • Prince of Wales Inn Oak Villas Leeswood CH7 4SQ Telephone07850 690623

      Very friendly and atmospheric village local built in 1843. Large single bar area laid around the bar in a U-shape with two real fires. Collection of old beer mats encased to the rear of the pub.

  • Lixwm
    • Crown Inn Village Road Lixwm CH8 8NQ Telephone(01352) 781112

      Recently re-opened (August 2015) and much improved Robinsons pub In village centre. Two rooms, one a traditional bar the other a larger restaurant. A bar area entered from the main car park leads on to a large L-shaped lounge and restaurant area. Beers are from Robinsons range.

  • Llanarmon-yn-Ial
    • Raven Inn Ffordd-Rhew-Ial Llanarmon-yn-Ial CH7 4QE Telephone(01824) 780833

      Community run since 2009 using volunteers this delightful old pub is still going from strength to strength with all profits generated being used to benefit the community. There is a friendly and inviting ambience from the moment you enter. The bar serves two discreet carpeted areas and a tiled area to one side. Refurbished in 2013. There are three self-catering bedrooms available. The three guest beers served are from local breweries. Excellent locally sourced home cooked food served Thursday to Sunday. During the Covid pandemic and restrictions being placed on licensed venues, a large marquee has been erected at the front of the pub to provide extra seating for social distancing.

  • Llanasa
    • Red Lion Inn Main Street Llanasa CH8 9NE Telephone(01745) 854291

      Popular two-bar inn in a conservation area at the centre of the village. To the left is the lounge with a real fire and a large restaurant area to the rear. To the right is the public bar also with a real fire above which is a large mural of the village best seen from leaving the gents toilet . There is also a pool table adjacent. Two regular mainstream beers are served with an occasional guest. There is an outside seating area overlooking the duck pond with views of the surrounding hills. En-suite accommodation alongside.

  • Llanbedr Dyffryn
    • Griffin Llanbedr Dyffryn, Mold Road Llanbedr Dyffryn LL15 1UP Telephone(01824) 705542

      Former Robinsons pub on main A494 Mold to Ruthin road now re-opened as a freehouse after a lengthy period of closure. The interior has been completely re-vamped into a modern open-plan design with a bright and airy feel and rear patio access to extensive beer garden. Up to 4 cask ales are available all from local breweries and the restaurant facilities include lunch and evening meals, breakfast and brunch. The accommodation includes 6 en-suite rooms and family facilities. Facilities, beers and opening times are subject to change. Please check first or see pub website;

  • Llandderfel
    • Bryntirion Inn B4401 Llandderfel LL23 7RA Telephone(01678) 530205

      Dating back to 1695, this former hunting lodge and coaching inn overlooks the Dee Valley. A cosy and comfortable bar area with a log fire is open all day. There are a number of other rooms to accommodate diners and families including a large function room for special events. There is also a small covered and heated courtyard at the rear. The guest beer varies from local or national brewers. Two ensuite guest rooms are available upstairs. This is an ideal place to stay. The pub is a member of Brit Stops (two places).

  • Llandrillo
    • Dudley Arms Hotel High Street Llandrillo LL21 0TL Telephone(01490) 440223

      Traditional Welsh village inn nestling within the Berwyn mountains. New owners took over in 2022 and have extended the opening hours. The pub is full of charm with many period features. There are several discreet areas including lounge, dining area and pool room with stone walls, tiled floors. The regular beers are from Facers brewery. Bed and breakfast accommodation is in adjacent refurbished cottage . T3 Wrexham to Barmouth bus stops at pub.

  • Llandyrnog
    • Golden Lion B5429 Llandyrnog LL16 4HG Telephone(01824) 790373

      Under new ownership since Dec 2014, this village pub is listed and has two rooms either side of the central bar. The lounge has a real fire. One of the regular pubs on the Route 76 bus beer festival in July and October.

    • Kinmel Arms Waen Llandyrnog LL16 4HN Telephone(01824) 790291

      A warm and traditional pub on the edge of the Clwydian Range and close to the Offa's Dyke path and Moel Arthur hill fort. The front bar area features a large wood burner fireplace. There is a separate dining area as well as a children'splay area and games room. The guest beers are usually sourced from local breweries, Cwrw Ial, Big Hand and Wild Horse breweries. Opening times are subject to change.

    • White Horse (Ceffyl Gwyn) B5429 Llandyrnog LL16 4HG Telephone(01824) 790582

      Situated next to the village church, this pub has a good reputation for food, which is its main business. There are three seating areas; two for diners and the bar area with exposed beams and a flagstone floor. The pub participates in the Route 76 beer festival held each July. If dining, it is advisable to book and check times, especially at weekends.

  • Llanelidan
    • Leyland Arms B5429 Llanelidan LL15 2PT Telephone(01824) 750822

      A large old rambling stone built pub close to the village of Llanelidan. The pub stands proudly opposite the Church of St Elidan. Beyond the beamed bar and open fire there are comfortable secluded seating areas. Towards the front of the inn is the separate cosy restaurant area. There is also a garden for the warmer months.

  • Llanfair DC
    • White Horse Wrexham Road Llanfair DC LL15 2RU Telephone07900 781090

      Refurbished pub reopened on 30 June 2014. Comprises lounge with adjacent pool room and separate newly created restaurant area. Pleasant outdoor area to front and garden/smoking area to the rear.

  • Llanferres
    • Druid Inn Ruthin Road Llanferres CH7 5SN Telephone(01352) 810225

      The entrance to the Druid Inn leads to three distinct areas. The bar is to the right and has a friendly feel with a low timber beamed ceiling and open log fire. The restaurant is to the left - meals can also be eaten in the bar. Accommodation including five bedrooms and a self contained flat is upstairs. Guest beers are usually from the Marston's range.

  • Llangynhafal
    • Golden Lion Inn Llangynhafal LL16 4LN Telephone(01824) 790451

      A welcoming 18th century village inn at the foothills of the Clwydian hills. The entrance to the pub has doors leading off to the bar with a pool table and the lounge with steps down to the dining area. There is a display cabinet of home made jewellery which appeared to be for sale. The pub is licensed for wedding ceremonies. There is bed and breakfast accommodation and a campsite to the rear. The two guest beers are usually from the Marston's group.

  • Llanrhaeadr
    • Kings Head Off A525 Llanrhaeadr LL16 4NL Telephone(01745) 890278

      Set in the small village of Llanrhaeadr (now bypassed by the A525 Denbigh to Ruthin road) this 18th century Inn stands opposite the (part) 13th century St Dyfnog's Church. The long beamed bar area serves Draught Bass and Old Speckled Hen Real Ales. Excellent good value meals can be eaten here or in the separate restaurant (available both lunch and evenings). The pub is also the home (for after match hospitality) of Llanrhaeadr FC who play in long established 'Llandyrnog & District Village Football Summer League'. Opening hours may change. Especially lunch times in Winter. Ring to check. Likely to close early when last diners have left.

  • Llanuwchllyn
    • Eagles Inn (Tafarn Yr Eryrod) Llanuwchllyn Llanuwchllyn LL23 7UB Telephone(01678) 540278

      An early 18th century traditional stone built family run village local opposite (and older than) the adjacent closed church. The bar area now operates as a shop retaining its historic features including ceiling meat hooks and a wonderful stone floor. The adjacent lounge/dining area and the patio garden have panoramic views of the surrounding countryside. The beers are almost always from local micro breweries with the number of beers subject to seasonal variation. The pub is a 10 minute walk to Llanuwchllyn station on the Bala lake railway (with trains to Bala). Opening times and beer range are reduced in winter. The pub is always open on Sunday but check times.

  • Loggerheads
    • We Three Loggerheads Ruthin Road Loggerheads CH7 5LH Telephone(01352) 810337

      This pub is sited within the stunning Clwydian Range AONB, it is also across the road from the Loggerheads county park making it an ideal start (or finish) location for numerous walks. Originally a 17th century coaching inn the pub is made up of a traditional bar room with a separate restaurant area. Each summer in June the pub hosts the "Loggfest" music and real ale festival.

  • Maeshafn
    • Miners Arms Village Road Maeshafn CH7 5LR Telephone(01352) 810464

      Originally built in 1820's as part of the development of lead mining in the area. Located in Maeshafn, a small hamlet in Denbighshire, it is surrounded by scenic countryside and is popular with hikers. It was refurbished mid 2018 with one central bar area split from a dining area by a double sided wood burning stove, that creates a warm atmosphere throughout the pub. There is also a pleasant seating outside area at the front of the pub. Food and snacks are available.

  • Meliden
    • Red Lion 4 Ffordd Talargoch Meliden LL19 8LA Telephone(01745) 852565

      Situated just of the A547 in the village, The pub has two rooms and food is served every day, and has accommodation (two twin rooms). On bus routes 35 and 36.

    • Star Inn 73 Ffordd Talargoch Meliden LL19 8NP Telephone(01745) 798320

      Pub on the A 547 in the centre of the village with several small areas and a garden at the rear. No food.

  • Mold
    • Drovers Arms Denbigh Road Mold CH7 1BP Telephone(01352) 753824

      Roomy pub on the Denbigh Road out of town in large grounds. Dining Area to front from main entrance. Large pleasant bar area to the rear with feature stone fireplace. Screen leads to separate pool room that double up as a function room. Well supported home cooked food served. Recently restarted serving cask ale from one tap with plans to increase to two in future.

    • Fat Boar 17 Chester Street Mold CH7 1EG Telephone(01352) 759890

      Following renovation the former Boars Head was reopened as the Fat Boar in 2015. A predominantly food led pub but incorporates two local real ales on hand pump. Two floors with seating for 80, plus a conservatory and outside area at the rear which has six heated booths. The rear dining area and conservatory have TVs for sports fans. Centrally situated in the market town of Mold, the pub is handy for local transport to and from the surrounding areas.

    • Glasfryn Raikes Lane Mold CH7 6LR Telephone(01352) 750500

      Near to Theatre Clwyd and set in its own grounds opposite Civic Centre, this large upmarket pub and restaurant was once the residence for circuit judges attending the nearby court. Operated by Brunning and Price the interior is decorated in their usual style with the emphasis on food which is served all day in three dining areas. There are extensive views over the surrounding countryside from the large beer garden. Blankets are provided for chilly days in the garden. Dogs are welcome in the bar area where dog biscuits are provided.

    • Gold Cape 8-8A Wrexham Street Mold CH7 1ES Telephone(01352) 705920

      Situated in an historic market town, it is named after a 4,000-year-old solid gold ceremonial cape found at a site near Mold in 1831. Made from a single sheet beaten gold, embellished with intense decoration, the original is restored and is in the British Museum London as possibly the best example of prehistoric craftsmanship in Europe. There is a copy in Mold Library, there are depictions of Mold’s past on the walls, including local poet Daniel Owen also the Gold Cape.

    • Mold Alehouse Unit 2, Earl Chambers, Earl Road Mold CH7 1AL Telephone(01352) 218188

      Since opening in 2016 this micro pub has won many CAMRA awards and gained a strong following based on the sound principles of good beer, fellowship and conversation. It is centrally situated in a grade II listed building opposite the town hall and near to the Daniel Owen Square named after the renowned Welsh novelist and home to Mold Museum and library. The four cask ales include a dark beer and there are also five keykeg lines and four Ciders. Although no food is served, there is a cafe in the same building accessed by the same entrance.

    • Mold Golf Club Cilcain Road, Pantymwyn Mold CH7 1UQ
    • Old Padeswood Golf Club Station Lane, Padeswood Mold CH7 4JD Telephone(01352) 741513
    • Padeswood & Buckley Golf Club Station Lane, Padeswood Mold CH7 4JD Telephone(01244) 547401
    • Pen-Y-Bont Farm Chester Road Mold CH7 1UJ Telephone(01352) 860101

      Family rotisserie pub restaurant created by refurbishing and extending an early nineteenth century two storey farmhouse that had previously been a seventeenth century row of cottages. Very tasteful design and layout around an L-shaped bar and used mostly for dining. The two storey part is now Grade II listed. Greater horseshoe bats occupy one of the buildings. Children's play area. Four changing beers from the Marston's range.

    • Queens Head Chester Road Mold CH7 1UQ Telephone(01352) 218266

      A comfortable local on the A541 on the edge of town. The large single room is divided up into TV and pub games on one side, with the lounge and dining area to the other side. Very popular food promotions. Old style back boiler/cooking stove is a feature in the bar. There is large outside bench seating at the front and rear of the pub.

    • Red Lion Wrexham Street Mold CH7 1ET Telephone(01352) 758739

      cosy and friendly 2-roomed town centre local with beer garden and smoking area to the rear. Good value traditional pub fare served lunchtine until 4.30 (except Thursday).

    • Y Pentan New Street Mold CH7 1NY Telephone07805 443881

      Upgraded pub in the centre of town with two distinct rooms with a single bar servery. Many connections to Daniel Owen, a local celebrated writer, tailor, preacher and politician. Plaques record that it was once Owen's tailors workshop and also that it was visited by The Beatles in 1963. Renovated December 2021 with new image,

  • Mynydd Isa
    • Griffin 102 Mold Road Mynydd Isa CH7 6TF Telephone(01352) 759848

      Large brick-fronted pub reopened in April 2017 after major refurbishment and now under new management. Main entrance leads into bar area with darts area to right hand side. Door at left end leads to rear lounge with separate bar and dining area. Large covered area behind with grassed play and seating area. Further pleasant outside seating area to the front.

  • Nannerch
    • Cross Foxes Village Road Nannerch CH7 5RD Telephone(01352) 741464

      A delightful village pub, close to the church, was built in 1780 by Penbedw estate and originally doubled up as a pub and butchers with the meat hooks still present over the bar. The entrance leads into the main bar that has a large fireplace. Off this is another small bar, a lounge and a function room. Three pumps serve changing beers that are usually local including Big Hand and Cwrw Ial. Beer festivals are held Biannually in March and October.

  • New Brighton
    • Beaufort Park Hotel Bryn Offa Lane New Brighton CH7 6RQ Telephone(01352) 758646

      Spacious hotel bar and coffee lounge with barn-like interior, food all-day and good-value beers.

  • Northop
    • Boot Inn High Street Northop CH7 6BQ Telephone(01352) 840462

      Historic village pub half timbered both inside and out. The entrance leads into the bar/lounge area wrapped round the serving area on three sides. There is a separate restaurant to the left. The four changing beers are often nationals including Sharps Doom Bar and Caledonian Deuchars.

    • Celtic Arms Northop Country Park Northop CH7 6WA Telephone(01352) 840423

      Extensively and expensively refurbished, this former Northop Golf and Country Club Building is essentially a modern high end gastropub with plenty of attractive features and adornments. There is a lot of space comprising a main entrance leading into the long bar with areas either end for drinking and eating. There is a separate function suite, the Prince of Wales Suite, upstairs and also a large outdoor decking area and children's play area. Eight cask beers are available including regulars Piffle and Balderdash now brewed by Hydes.

    • Red Lion Hotel High Street Northop CH7 6BQ Telephone(01352) 840808

      This large pub reopened on 1 November 2017 after a major refurbishment. Two handpumps on initially serving Timothy Taylor Landlord and J W Lees MPA. Listed facilities and opening times likely to have changed. More details to follow.

  • Northop Hall
    • Top Monkey Village Road Northop Hall CH7 6HS Telephone(01244) 815995

      One room with alcove for Pool Table (Table now removed!), TV sports, smoking area and outside Children's play area. Saturday night entertainment.

      * Now under new operator. Some details may change. Review pending.

  • Oakenholt
    • Yacht Inn 291 Chester Road Oakenholt CH6 5SE Telephone(01352) 763967

      Locals pub referbished a few years ago, one mile from Flint, on A548 coast road to Chester.

  • Pantymwyn
    • Crown Inn Cilcain Road Pantymwyn CH7 5EH Telephone(01352) 740462

      A popular and friendly village local with a good reputation for Welsh beers and locally sourced food. Two regular beers are complemented with a changing guest beer. The central bar with bay windows overlooking the front terrace serves a separate sports room and a restaurant area. There is a beer garden and an extensive children’s play area. Excellent food served, the favourites being steaks and generous portions of fish and chips and the pub can get busy especially at weekends. There is a regular Sunday night quiz. Walkers are frequent visitors. "Crowning Glory" is the regular house beer from Facer's. Facebook: via pub website.

  • Pentre Halkyn
    • Springfield Hotel & Health Club The Nant Pentre Halkyn CH8 8BA Telephone(01352) 780503

      A three star Hotel on the A55 expressway, non residents welcome. There is a pleasent bar with two restaurant rooms with food each day plus a carvery on Sundays. The Hotel is also a health club but this is not compulsary! There are 37 bedrooms if needed.

  • Pontblyddyn
    • Bridge Inn Wrexham Rd Pontblyddyn CH7 4HN Telephone(01352) 770087

      Fine old building situated at a crossroads with the River Alyn to rear of the pub, The unspolit interior has a warm and cosy front bar with a real fire with room leading off to right and a separate restaurant to the left. There is also a courtyard area to the front and an extensive riverside beer garden and children's play area to rear.

  • Pontybodkin
    • Railway Inn Corwen Road, Coed Talon Pontybodkin CH7 4TG Telephone(01352) 771852

      Llangollen Brewery pub under new management from July 2014. Presently comprises large bar area with pool table and separate lounge/dining area. Plans to create new snug area to rear and improve accommodation upstairs (6 bedrooms). Overnight camping/caravans adjacent.

  • Prestatyn
    • Archies 151 High Street Prestatyn LL19 9AS Telephone(01745) 855333

      A town centre cafe bar with a modern interior and a decking area at the front entrance where you can watch the world go by on sunny days, Food is available all day Saturday and in the summer months for Sunday lunch 12.30-4. Please note that during summer months opening time is midday Tuesday to Thursday.

    • Bar 236 236 High Street Prestatyn LL19 9BP Telephone(01745) 850084

      This Café Bar is located at the top of the High Street. Opened in 2010 and refurbished in January 2020. One L-shaped room has a minimalist but pleasant feel with its wood boarded floor and blue tiled bar front. Being glass fronted on two sides gives open views inside and outside. TV sport is well catered for and there is live music at weekends, but can be quite noisy at these times. The three ever changing guest beers beer are sourced from UK micro breweries. Two craft beers available on tap.

    • CookHouse Pub & Carvery High Street Prestatyn LL19 9BB Telephone(01745) 859132

      The Cook House, formerly known as Offas Tavern opened in May 2015 following a £600,000 refurbishment. It offers breakfast, lunch and evening menus. The focus is on families and there is a secure children's play area. The bar offers three real ales from national breweries.

    • Halcyon Quest hotel 17 Gronant Road Prestatyn LL19 9DT Telephone(01745) 852442

      A long standing supporter of cask beer the HQ, as it is known, is located on the southern end of town and has just one room packed with sporting and other memorabilia including a rowing boat suspended from the ceiling dedicated to JR Hartley of fly fishing fame. The extensive garden patio area at the rear has a covered area popular for outside drinking in the summer months.

    • Prestatyn Constitutional Club 15 Eden Ave Prestatyn LL19 9DL
    • William Morgan 29-33 High Street Prestatyn LL19 9AH Telephone(01745) 888858

      Named after William Morgan who traslated the Bible into Welsh in the 16th century, he was also the Bishop of St Asaph. The pub is a member of the Stonegates Chain. A large pub with two guest beers. At the north end of the town, close to the railway station. Live music at the week end.

  • Rhewl
    • Drovers Arms A525 Rhewl LL15 2UD Telephone(01824) 703163

      Charming roadside Lees pub with bar, three areas plus restaurant and and good childrens outside play garden. Pub situated on A525 a mile north of Ruthin. The river Clywedog is nearby.

  • Rhosesmor
    • Red Lion Inn Rhosesmor Road Rhosesmor CH7 6PF Telephone(01352) 780235

      Fine old traditional pub undergoing a revival from May 2016 under enthusiastic new tenants who see the pub as an asset to the local community. The exterior of the pub is original and although the interior has been modernised it retains its cosy atmosphere with a welcoming real fire. A side passage leads to a games room. Two cask ales are available with Hafod usually guesting.

  • Rhuallt
    • White House Holywell Road Rhuallt LL17 0AW Telephone(01745) 530000

      A family run Bar/Restaurant with accommodation near the A55 expressway. Real Ales served in the lounge bar.

  • Rhuddlan
    • Castle Inn Castle Street Rhuddlan LL18 5AE Telephone(01745) 590391

      The pub is opposite the thirteenth centuary ruins of Rhuddlan Castle. It has two large rooms and a pool table in a covered yard. No food. The pub now has two regular cask ales from Theakston's and Facers plus one guest ale. The pub attracts families and students visiting Rhuddlan Castle as well as the many locals who enjoy a great pint of real ale and a friendly atmosphere

    • Kings Head High Street Rhuddlan LL18 2TH Telephone(01745) 590263

      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

    • Morfa Rhuddlan Castle View Retail Park Rhuddlan LL18 5UA Telephone(01745) 593012

      Very large restaurent with a bar, very busy and also has a Premier Inn Hotel next door both in the same chain. Situated alongside the River Clwyd and has a fine view of Rhuddlan Castle.

    • New Inn Hotel 95 High Street Rhuddlan LL18 2TY Telephone(01745) 592027

      Pub on the main street of Rhuddlan has an L shaped bar and a small lounge.

  • Rhyl
    • Cob & Pen 143 High Street Rhyl LL18 1UF Telephone(01745) 350446

      A fine traditional town centre pub close to the railway and bus stations with three separate areas to suit all tastes, served from a a central bar. The pub hosts darts, pool and domino teams and shows televised sports events all adding to its popularity. Interesting novelty clocks in side bar. Micro breweries usually feature in the beer range which also includes a cask mild, a rarity for the area. Guest/cask ale changes nearly every other day to give customers more selection.

    • Cookhouse & Pub 1-26 West Parade Rhyl LL18 1HE Telephone(01745) 775419

      New build pub on Rhyl seafront. Connected to a Premier Inn. Opened March 2018

    • Dove at Rhyl 2 St Margarets Buildings, St Margarets Drive Rhyl LL18 2HT Telephone07908 957116

      Situated on the outskirts of town this welcome addition to the pub landscape of Rhyl is the first in a small chain of pubs operated by Dovecote brewery under the Dove umbrella. The interior is bright and airy featuring a mural of Rhyl High St and the atmosphere is relaxed and friendly. The cask beer range includes at least two from Dovecote plus two guests often from a local micro brewery. Live music some Fridays, local artists 8-10pm. Generally open bank holiday Monday 2-8, but best to check first.

    • Esplanade Club 86 Rhyl Coast Road Rhyl LL18 3PP Telephone(01745) 338344

      A guest welcoming club in Tynewydd area of Rhyl. The club has a threequarter size snooker table. It is on the main coast road just past Tynewydd Road traffic lights. The club welcomes visitors into a warm friendly atmosphere and serves up to three real ales from local and national brewers. It was awarded the "Local CAMRA club of the year 2022." The club also caters for the many holiday parks situated on its doorstep welcoming families and pets.

    • Ffordd Derwen Hotel 201 Rhuddlan Road Rhyl LL18 2RH Telephone(01745) 334296

      Large pub on outskirts of Rhyl, close to Sainsbury retail park. Three changing ales from Marston's group breweries.

    • Imperial Hotel 34 Bodfor Street Rhyl LL18 1AU Telephone(01745) 250328

      Pub with letting rooms. Several drinking areas and a convert to selling real ale through 2 handpumps located in the public bar. Happy hour Mon-Thurs until 7pm. Friday until 9pm

    • Sun Verge East Parade Rhyl LL18 3AF Telephone(01745) 472140

      A new build Marstons dining pub on the sea front road in Rhyl centre. Opened October 2018.

    • Sussex 20-26 Sussex Street Rhyl LL18 1SG Telephone(01745) 362910

      Located in the pedestrianised town centre in a building that has been both a Wesleyan Chapel and an Old Comrades’ Club, this typical Wetherspoon outlet has a spacious functional interior decorated with illustrated panels of local interest. Numerous gaming machines and TV screens provide the in-house entertainment for the locals and visitors. The guest beers are mainly from the Wetherspoon's seasonal list but may also include beers from a local N Wales brewery.

    • Victory Club 60 Queen Street Rhyl LL18 1SB Telephone(01745) 334290

      The Victory Club Rhyl is the last members club in the seaside town of Rhyl and is proud of its 70 year history. Visitors welcome. Real Ale served.

  • Ruthin
    • Boars Head 4 Clwyd Street Ruthin LL15 1HW Telephone(01824) 703355

      Traditional town-centre pub with two drinking areas served from a central bar with a raised section to one side with pool table to the rear. Pictures decorate the walls with some historical local views. There is occasional live music on a Thursday evening. Up to two Marston's ales on sale.

    • Castle Hotel St Peters Square Ruthin LL15 1AA Telephone(01824) 708950

      The Castle Hotel is situated at St Peters Square in an historic market town of Ruthin. The Castle Hotel has seventeen rooms, and a multi area interior with different historic themes, Owain Glyndwr, Myddelton family and Ruthin Castle. A feature is the Barrel Room, which mentions a long defunct brewery on the premises. The Hotel car park is for residents only. The town itself has many attractions such as the Old Gaol, Craft Centre and many fascinating buildings.

    • Farmers Arms Mwrog Street Ruthin LL15 1LB Telephone07984 000241

      A short walk from the town centre, close to Ruthin Gaol, this free house has a spacious interior with separate drinking areas served by a central bar. There is also a well-appointed games room, restaurant and comfortable snug with a real fire and an old brewery mirror. Home to several sports teams, the pub is the main sponsor for Ruthin RUFC. Good value B&B en-suite accommodation is available.

    • Feathers ~ Y Plu Well Street Ruthin LL15 1AG Telephone(01824) 703295

      Following private ownership in 2012, the building has been extensively refurbished to provide a large open pub with separate discreet areas. A rear extension with separate bar doubles up as a function room as required. There are plans for accommodation to be provided upstairs. Two changing ales are served.

    • Myddelton Grill on the Square St Peters Square Ruthin LL15 1AA Telephone(01824) 707842

      A contemporary modern bar restaurant with food as its main business. The beer drinker has not been forgotten with beer from the local Welsh micro brewery, Buzzard. The exterior of the building is a tourist attraction in its own right with the seven dormer windows being known as "The Eyes of Ruthin"

    • Park Place Mwrog Street Ruthin LL15 1LF Telephone(01824) 704603

      A multi-roomed local situated five minutes walk from the town centre. A central bar serves the two main rooms. The smaller room has a dark boarded floor with bench seating facing the bar. The larger room is half boarded and the rest of the room has a mosaic tiled effect which is hard to tell it is not made from original stone tiles. This room also acts as the concert room. The mosaic floor continues into another small cosy room with a juke box, and then to the passageway leading to a small pool room and the garden. Beer range may vary with Real Ale not always available.

    • Wine Vaults St Peters Square Ruthin LL15 1AA Telephone(01824) 707826

      Unpretentious and welcoming town centre pub with two rooms, a bar with Sky Sports and a games room with darts and pool. A verandah to the front overlooks The Square. There is a small enclosed yard to the rear with outdoor seating together with a small smoking area and car park. Between 1 and 2 guests beers come from the Robinsons seasonal range. There is a cheaper beer offer Monday to Thursday.

  • St Asaph
    • Bod Erw The Roe St Asaph LL17 0LA Telephone(01745) 584638

      A hotel and bar directly off Junction 27 of the A55 (North Wales expressway). One cask ale from Welsh Micro Brewers (eg. Conwy; Purple Moose.)

    • Bryn Dinas Hotel Chester Street St Asaph LL17 0RE Telephone(01745) 582128

      TV sports pub situated opposite the Cathedrel. No food served.

    • New Inn Lower Denbigh Road St Asaph LL17 0EF Telephone07874 055314

      Under new management August 2018. Main lounge bar area, pool room off with dart board. Separate back bar with a real open fire and dart board. Raised outdoor area to rear with a large landscaped garden below. The pub backs onto the River Elwy with easy access for dog walkers. Large rear car park. Serves two changing JW Lees beers along with their bitter.

    • Plough Inn The Roe St Asaph LL17 0LU Telephone(01745) 585080

      Large hostelry with exposed original brickwork. A single bar serves several drinking spaces, including an area with a TV for sports fans where live music plays on Fridays & Saturdays. The first floor houses a restaurant on one side and a cocktail bar with meeting room on the other. Meals are served 10-9pm. There is background music and good wheelchair access. Up to three beers served including Plough IPA (House beer).

    • Talardy The Roe St Asaph LL17 0HY Telephone(01745) 799314

      Large Marstons Hotel in extensive grounds situated alongside roundabout on junction of A55 and A525 in St Asaph.

  • Stamford Gate
    • Stamford Gate Hotel Halkyn Road Stamford Gate CH8 7SJ Telephone(01352) 712942

      The Stamford Gate is a large hotel and restaurant situated on the A5026 one mile south-east of Holywell, with large bar area and open fire, with two smaller side rooms. A restaurant, function room and a conservatory make this a popular venue for receptions also many societies meet here. The hotel has twelve rooms making this a good stop on way to North Wales resorts. The licencee is a keen real ale enthusiast keeping three beers including breweries Weetwood and Facers usually on tap.

  • Sychdyn
    • Cross Keys Sychdyn Road Sychdyn CH7 6EA Telephone(01352) 759657

      Recently tastefully refurbished village pub under new private management from August 2014. Bar in one corner surrounded by four rooms that, whilst basically open plan, have been stylishly separated. Rooms comprise lounge, dining areas and bar with pool table.

  • Talacre
    • Point Station Road Talacre CH8 9RD Telephone(01745) 851734

      Under new ownership in 2017 and fully refurbished this pub is right at the end of Station Road just before the beach. Single room that wraps three sides around the bar. Much thought has gone into the refurbishment - the gents toilet has to be the quirkiest seen including a cask cistern and cut off cask and fire extinguisher urinals! Three changing cask beers on increasing to four at busier times.

      Update September 2021: Just 2 cask beers available for now.

  • Trefnant
    • Trefnant Inn The Square Trefnant LL16 5UA Telephone(01745) 731767

      Recently refurbished giving a larger dining area and a smaller bar area, a pool room and a separate TV room. Outdoor seating/smoking area and child's play area in the garden. One regular beer from Facers Brewery Burger night every Monday Free draught pint with every burger 5pm-9pm Tuesday pizza & prosecco any 2 pizzas & a 70cl bottle of prosecco for £29.95 12pm-9pm Wednesday kids eat for £1.99 Kids eat for £1.99 on Wednesdays Thursday grill night buy 1 get 1 1/2 price with any items from the grill including sizzlers

  • Trelawnyd
    • Crown Inn London Road Trelawnyd LL18 6DN Telephone(01745) 571989

      Stone built pub under new tenancy since November 2015. Bar serves main area split into smaller spaces and including two real fires. There is a separate 40 cover restaurant in a room behind the bar. Outdoor covered seating area. Two hand pumps currently serve one or two beers from Punch range,

  • Tremeirchion
    • Salusbury Tremeirchion Tremeirchion LL17 0UN Telephone(01745) 710532

      Welcoming traditional old village pub with parts reputed to date back to the time of Magna Carta. It is now under the ownership of the nearby Dovecote brewery who operate three pubs in NE Wales. There are several discreet areas including dining rooms, a snug and a meeting room. New toilets including disabled were completed in 2014. There is a large outdoor area with children’s play area. Other beers from micro breweries are usually available alongside the Dovecote range. Food is locally sourced and is very popular.

  • Ysceifiog
    • Fox Ysceifiog Village Road Ysceifiog CH8 8NJ Telephone(01352) 720241

      Built around 1730, the Fox is situated in a peaceful village location with an unspoilt interior of four small rooms two of them for dining. Of particular interest is the bar with its unique sliding door and settles,and there is a children's playground outside. Booking is recommended for the popular Sunday lunches and the beer range usually Includes a beer from Cwrw Llyn. Identified by CAMRA as having a nationally important historic interior, this is a rare classic.