Castle View, Deganwy

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An unusual view of the Castle View Pub at Deganwy, taken from the Estuary Path. This Pub was known in years gone by as “Maggie Murphys’ and there was another a little further up the hill (now demolished) called the ‘Farmers Arms’.

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Ye Olde Bulls Head

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Ye Olde Bulls Head Inn, a sophisticated blend of the ancient and modern, has been welcoming guests since the 15th century. Privately owned, it occupies a strategic location in the centre of the picturesque and historic town of Beaumaris.

A Grade II listed building, The Bull has played a pivotal role in the development of the town over the centuries. Cromwell’s General Mytton commandeered the Inn during the English Civil War: in complete contrast, it became one of Anglesey’s first legally recorded Quaker meeting houses during the 18th century. Novelist Charles Dickens and the diarist Dr Samuel Johnson are just two of its famous past guests.

Website: http://www.bullsheadinn.co.uk/ye_olde_bulls_head_inn-2.aspx

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Kings Head Pub, Llandudno

The oldest Pub in Llandudno, the King’s Head. Built in the late 1700’s, the inn was in existence well before Llandudno was established as a fashionable watering place. In fact it was the result of a conversation over a meal here that plans for the new resort of Llandudno were commissioned by Lord Mostyn, owner of the estate upon which most of town stands.

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Sportsmans Arms

Situated in a remote position on the Denbigh Moors, the Sportsmans Arms has long claimed to be the ‘Highest Pub In Wales’. Nowadays, it can claim to be the ‘Highest Closed Pub In Wales’, as it is currently up for sale.

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