Click the map for tourism ideas Clwyd is mostly mountainous with a coastal plain facing the Irish Sea in the north. The county shares its eastern borders with Cheshire and Shropshire and the Cambrian Mountains lie to the west. Clwyd
Abbey Grange

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Horseshoe Pass Road, Llangollen, Clwyd LL20 8DD. Tel: 01978 860753
Lovely country hotel situated close to Llangollen and a good base for exploring Offa's Dyke and the surrounding countryside. Good reputation for food.
Albion Ale House


Uppergate Street, Conwy, Clwyd LL32 8RF. Tel: 01492 582484
This Grade II listed architectural time capsule is basically as it was when the then owners did it up in the Twenties, with art nouveau tiling, art deco flourishes and plenty of red brick. Located a short walk from the smallest house in Britain.
Berwyn Arms

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Glyndyfrdwy, Nr. Corwen, Clwyd LL21 9EY. Tel: 01490 430210
Rural inn but adjacent to the A5 dating back to the 1780's, with 3 bars with log fires and exceptional views of the Berwyn Mountains and River Dee. The inn caters for the 'outdoor' fraternity with a full range of outdoor activities from abseiling to white water rafting. The accommodation is 'basic' bunkhouse style but good food and cask ales are served.
Black Lion Inn
The Village, Babell, Clwyd CH8 8PZ. Tel: 01352 720239
13th Century former drovers inn close to the Dee Estuary in a lovely rural setting. Good reputation for food.
Pentre Road, Halkyn, Clwyd CH8 8BS. Tel: 01352 780272
15th Century inn with spectacular views of the Dee Estuary and Liverpool Bay in the distance. Cask ales are served along with good food in the conservatory overlooking the view towards the Wirral. A variety of farm animals are kept outside. Located just off the A55 Trunk road.
Britannia Inn

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Horseshoe Pass, Llangollen, Clwyd LL20 8DW. Tel: 01978 860144
14th Century family run inn built by the Monks of the nearby Valle Crucis Abbey. The Inn is situated at the foot of the Horseshoe Pass and has a commanding view of the Vale of Llangollen. Well known throughout the area for it's good food and hospitality. Award winning gardens and traditional ales means the Britannia has something for everyone.
Cerrigllwydion Arms
Llanynys, Denbigh, Clwyd LL16 4PA. Tel: 01745 890247
14th Century inn located in the heart of the Vale of Clwyd which was originally built for the churchgoers to the adjacent 6th Century LLanynys Church.
Cherry Pie Inn

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Melin-Y-Wern, Denbigh Road, Clwyd CH7 5RH. Tel: 01352 741279
Restaurant & wine bar adjacent to the Old Mill Hotel with a very warm welcome and excellent menu and located only a few miles from the Liverpool Bay coastline.
Cross Foxes

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Erbistock, Wrexham, Clwyd LL13 0DR. Tel: 01978 780380
Dinorben Arms

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, Bodfari, Clwyd LL16 4DA. Tel: 01745 710309
Superb multi roomed historic inn dating back to at least 1640 located next door to St. Stephen's church with an amazing multi level car park with wonderful views of the Vale of Clwyd. Excellent cask ales and a huge range of whiskies are served with great food from the smorgasbord. The Dinorben has a well in the bar and even has it's own Fat Badger room.
Drovers Arms
Rhewl, Ruthin, Clwyd LL15 2UD. Tel: 01824 703163
Small inn located just north of Ruthin which brews it's own ales. Located on the A525 towards Denbigh.
Groes Inn

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, Tyn-Y-Groes, Clwyd LL32 8TN. Tel: 01492 650545
Excellent 16th century drovers inn serving good food cooked from local ingredients and located in stunning countryside less than 5 miles from Conwy Bay. The Groes is a sprawling maze of low beamed rooms filled with antique furniture and fresh flowers.
Grouse Inn
Carrog, Corwen, Clwyd LL21 9AT. Tel: 01490 430272
Lovely inn with a warm welcome with spectacular views over the River Dee and Berwyn mountain range. Located just a short walk from the last station on the Llangollen Steam railway line. Excellent cask ales are served along with a good menu and specials board.
Hawk & Buckle Inn
Llannefydd, Denbigh, Clwyd LL16 5ED. Tel: 01745 540249
17th Century inn with lovely views over the surrounding countryside and with a good reputation for food.
Lion Inn
, Gwytherin, Clwyd LL22 8UU. Tel: 01745 860244
17th Century inn located in a tiny village with the River Cledwen flowing through serving good food and cask ales. The country lanes heading away from the Lion offer some spectacular views of Snowdonia National Park.
Old Mill Hotel

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Denbigh Road, Nannerch, Mold, Clwyd CH7 5RH. Tel: 01352 741542
Award winning hotel formed from the conversion of the Wern Mill Stable buildings which sit adjacent to the mill itself. Located on the A541 in the heart of the Clwydian mountain range, sitting alongside the Cherry Pie Inn.
Sun Inn
Rhewl, Llangollen, Clwyd LL20 7YT. Tel: 01978 861043
Tiny 14th Century former Drovers inn located in a very picturesque rural location adjacent to the River Dee. Good food is complimented by exceptionally well kept cask ales.
The Green Inn


, Llangedwyn, Clwyd SY10 9JW. Tel: 01691 828234
Traditional 17th Century pub with top quality restaurant. Great to relax in front of the roaring fire - especially if you've just completed a parachute jump at Montford Bridge airfield !
Three Pigeons Inn
Graigfechan, Ruthin, Clwyd LL15 2EU. Tel: 01824 703178
Pleasant country inn located in a rural setting just 3 miles from Ruthin. Fine views over the Vale of Clwyd.
Trevor Arms
Marford, Wrexham, Clwyd LL12 8TA. Tel: 01789 570436
You'll need some time when visiting the Trevor Arms. Marford is an amazing village filled with buildings of exceptional character. Whether they are curved or have turrets, each one features a cross to ward off evil spirits. The hotel itself dates back to the early 1800's.
White Horse
The Square, Cilcain, Clwyd CH7 5NN. Tel: 01352 740142
14th Century inn with a split level lounge, located in the pleasant village of Cilcain. Good food are complimented by cask conditioned ales.
Ye Olde Anchor Inn

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Rhos Street, Ruthin, Clwyd LL15 1DX. Tel: 01824 702813
The 18th century inn, with its low ceilings and oak beams, used to be a stopping place for drovers on their way from Holyhead to Shropshire. Traditional ales and advisable to book for food as the Anchor is popular. 6 self catering cottages available to rent.
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