This public house, build in the mid 19th century by the local estate, is fine old building that overlooks a view down the valley with the village cicket ground and 12th century church in the foreground. The pub was refurbished by the famous Clough Williams-Ellis ( of Portmeiron fame) when he was also working on the Nant Clwyd House nearby.
The resturant is great value and fantastic quality and the Steve serves some very special real beers from the bar. He takes great are to ensure quality comes first and the atmosphere in the bar is made friendly and characterful by the bar room banter. I recommedn this place because I have been there several times and found it a great place for saunter around the village and church and for longer walks into the surrounding countryside and country lanes. There are rooms in the Leylkand Arms too and often there are village events to add to the interest.
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