Three Eagles

North-East Wales - Llangollen

A historic pub interior of regional importance

Listed Status: II

Bridge St
Llangollen
LL20 8PF

Tel: (01978) 869595

Email: enquiry@thethreeeagles.co.uk

Website https://www.thethreeeagles.co.uk/

Real Ale: Yes

Lunchtime Meals: Yes

Evening Meals: Yes

Nearby Station: Llangollen

Station Distance: 200m

Public Transport: Near Railway Station (Llangollen) and Bus Stop

Bus: Yes

View on: Whatpub

This is a traditional town hotel with four public rooms including a small unspoilt public bar. Probably built early 18th.century this three-storey building has applied half-timbering added in 1897. In a typical Welsh style, access to the public bar would have been from the rear door and service to hotel customers would have been via the hatch in the door to the back of the bar. The public bar has an old, possibly Victorian, counter, bar back shelving both ancient and modern, an inter-war Tudor arch shaped stone fireplace and old fixed seating possibly of similar vintage. There is a small snug near the rear entrance that retains old fixed seating and also an outside gents’. To the left of the rear entrance is another drinking area around an old stone fireplace that has old fixed seating and an antique settle. Presumably there would have been a partition separating this from the snug. On the front left a room brought into pub use appears to have been refitted in the 1960s and has a pool table and behind it is a L-shaped dining room with a bare wood floor.

This is a traditional town hotel with four public rooms including a small unspoilt public bar. Probably built early 18th.century this three-storey building has applied half-timbering added in 1897. In a typical Welsh style, access to the public bar would have been from the rear door and service to hotel customers would have been via the hatch in the door to the back of the bar. The public bar has an old, possibly Victorian, counter, bar back shelving both ancient and modern, an inter-war Tudor arch shaped stone fireplace and old fixed seating possibly of similar vintage. There is a small snug near the rear entrance that retains old fixed seating and also an outside gents’. To the left of the rear entrance is another drinking area around an old stone fireplace that has old fixed seating and an antique settle. Presumably there would have been a partition separating this from the snug. On the front left a room brought into pub use appears to have been refitted in the 1960s and has a pool table and behind it is a L-shaped dining room with a bare wood floor. The pub is very busy during the International Eisteddfod held in Llangollen in early July.

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