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Inns in Denbigh

Hawk and Buckle Inn
Llannefydd
Denbigh
North Wales

LL16 5ED | View map
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This seventeenth-century coaching inn which sits high in the hills overlooking beautiful countryside towards the sea is located on the old stagecoach route to Holyhead between Denbigh and Abergele. Llannefydd is an unspoilt village with a peaceful environment.

Guests may travel in any direction and be assured of interesting, scenic and charming places to visit.

The long knocked-through black-beamed lounge bar at this welcoming Inn perched over 200m up in the hills has comfortable modern upholstered settles around its walls. The Restaurant meals are highly recommended by Ashley Courtenay. There are extensive dinner & A la Carte menus and where possible food is prepared from fresh local ingredients. The bar food has a wide variety of home-made dishes, Lamb and Salmon in season are a specialty and vegetarian meals are always available.

In very clear weather it is possible to see as far as the Hills of Cumbria from the comfortable, modern, well-equipped bedrooms.

Whilst well off the beaten track, the Inn is very central for visiting Chester, Llandudno, Betws-y-Coed and Bodnant Gardens, to name a few.

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Ratings/Awards: Egon Ronay
WTB 3 Stars
Michelin
Number of Rooms: 10
Number Ensuite: 10
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Facilities

Local Car Hire
Book Train Tickets
Travel by Coach
Parking
Credit Cards Accepted
Evening Meal Provided - if requested
Licensed
Special Diets Catered For
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
Open All Year
Building of Historic Interest
TV in Rooms
Garden

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