Crown Inn

North-West Wales - Llanfihangel Glyn Myfyr

A historic pub interior of regional importance

Listed Status: II

On B5105 near Cerrigydrudion
Llanfihangel Glyn Myfyr
LL21 9UL

Tel: (01490) 420209

Email: info@thecrowninn.wales

Website http://www.thecrowninn.wales/index.html

Facebook https://www.facebook.com/crowninn.wales

Real Ale: Yes

Lunchtime Meals: Yes

Evening Meals: Yes

View on: Whatpub

Pubs like this are closing at an alarming rate so visit while you can; you'll find that good conversation and good beer are still the order of the day here. The building itself is from the late 18th.century and is dramatically situated under a crag on a sharp bend. A Welsh slate passage runs down the centre and through a sliding door on the right is the small public bar with basic bench seating and a counter and bar-back shelves which look to date from the 1950s. Before then there was no bar and beer was fetched from the cellar and served from a jug. To accommodate the counter the original stone fireplace was blocked up and a new one created a few feet along the right hand wall. On the left is the games room with bench seating and a pool table.

Pubs like this are closing at an alarming rate: a visit is very worthwhile to a pub where good conversation and good beer are still the order of the day. A late 18th.century building dramatically situated under a crag on a sharp bend. A Welsh slate passage runs down the centre and through a sliding door on the right is the small public bar with a counter and bar back shelves which look as if they could have been here since the 1950s. Prior to then there was no bar and beer was fetched from the cellar and served from a jug. To accommodate the counter the original stone fireplace was blocked up and a new one created a few feet along the right hand wall; there is basic bench seating. On the left is the games room with bench seating and a pool table.

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