This pub is a refurbishment of a classic very old Inn which previously held coveted and rare stars in the Good Pub Guide, putting it at the very top of pubs throughout the UK. We used to visit when we were kids in the 70's and 80's and it was a real treat. So this visit, the first since refurbishment by Brunning and Price was eagerly awaited. It's very different. Now sympathetically modernised and extended, this is still a very classy place, and is now evidently as popular as it used to be. Gone is the dark cosy atmosphere and wood panelling. Exchanged for light walls, comfortable furniture and fireplaces. Menu is very accessible for all, and food was really good. Service was friendly and helpful. Outside, views of the stunning Vale of Clwyd are spectacular from the preserved terraces and a newly built tower, all of which have ample tables.This is well recommended.
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