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on weekend break , could not park in Llangollen , we were hungry so carried on. Other half pulled in here and I was expecting the worst as the pub is just on the side of the main road and looks a bit run down....More
Found this little gem on a short trip to North Wales. Staff very friendly and helpful. Food excellent home style. Guest ale Reverend James was just right.Dog friendly, child friendly (children’s play area inside) Beautiful views and the drive up the A5 - wow! Will...More
Fantastic cozy venue, quiet Monday night with regulars in sampling the real ales, chilled in the bar with a Gin and some Wine before making our way into the restaurant. Nice selection of starters and a menu full of home cooked mains. Mixed Grill (recommended),...More
This is the most amazing place I've taken my wife and small child.
An historic building steeped in history, run as a warm friendly local pub with guest rooms and just a little bit of magic...an amazing children's play area and dining area away from...More
This was our first visit to Berwyn Arms after having heard so many good reports about it. We went for a midweek staff Xmas lunch. Priced at £20 we weren't expecting too much but how wrong we were. 5 course meal including appetizers and very...More