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The Blue Lion Hotel, Cynwyd - pub details

Address: Main Street, Cynwyd, Clwyd, LL21 0LE [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 31265) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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After a stop at the excellent King's Head Inn at Bwlchgwyn, my final stop of the evening was the Blue Lion. It was very quiet. In fact, I was probably lucky to find it open. I was the only customer. Facer's DHB was the solitary real ale. Live French football was being shown on the TVs, whilst Halloween decorations were still in the fireplace.
blue_scrumpy - 4 Nov 2019 20:00
As you say, John, a good community local. It must be about 20 years since I visited this place. When we walked in all the regulars were speaking English and clicked into Welsh as soon as they saw us! Back then it had a choice of two milds and no bitters!! Unheard of today.
founddrunkinyourgarden - 5 Feb 2008 23:59
Well, the John Bonser roadshow has reached yet another pub no one else has yet !
The Blue Lion Hotel is a nice traditional stone built pub not too far from Corwen. The exterior is Grade 2 listed. Very much a community local, but with a friendly welcome for the occasional passing visitor such as yours truly. I was the only non Welsh - speaking customer in the pub on my visit earlier this month, but no problem whatsoever. The Plassey Bitter from nearby Wrexham is recommended. As with the not too far away Ty Mawr ( which I have just commented on ) , this is another pub that is realistically only accessible by car if planning a visit, but it's only a short detour off the main A5 road, on the main B 4401. Park by the church, as there's no parking by the pub. Note that despite it being a "hotel" according to the name, there's no accommodation offered any more.
JohnBonser - 2 Oct 2006 17:54

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