The Crown Inn

Llanfihangel Glyn Myfyr, Corwen, Clwyd, North Wales, LL21 9UL
Tel: (+44) 01490 420209
Closed Mondays & Tuesdays | more info | road map

Real Ale Real ale from independent microbrewers
Car park
Outdoor Seating Terraced Beer Garden
Kids welcome Children welcome
dogs allowed Dogs allowed
Real Fire
Fishing Trout Fishing
Waterside Riverside walks
Camping Riverside camping

The Crown Inn


The Crown Inn is a 200 year old drovers' pub in the village of Llanfihangel Glyn Myfyr, on the B5105, 3 miles from the A5 London to Holyhead road near Cerrig-y-Drudion - see map

An hour from Liverpool, an hour-and-a-half from Manchester, a short drive from the old Roman city of Chester and well away from the main tourist routes in the peace and quiet of Clocaenog Forest.
Beers include draught Guinness and a different Real Ale each week.

Fishing - Catch brown trout in the well stocked River Alwen - day passes for fishing available from the pub which has fishing rights as far as the church on the far side and for about half a mile on its own side of the riverbank. A perfect place to learn fly-fishing is the open stretch right by the pub, where most of the overhanging willows have been cleared.

Camping on the riverbank

Walks - Public Footpaths through broadleaf woodland

Wildlife - watch siskins, chaffinches, and nuthatches from the comfort of the bar or the garden

Woodland Beer garden - drink or eat outside in fine weather.

Out and about - A short walk takes you up to the waterfall in the forest, or a five minute drive up to Llyn Brenig Nature Reserve with Watersports Centre, Sailing Club and lake fishing. We are not far away from serious walking and climbing in Snowdonia National Park and the Ogwyn Valley, the Crown Inn is also a good place to break your journey to Swallow Falls in Betwys-y-Coed, Bala, Anglesey, the Beaumaris Festival or the Holyhead ferry to Ireland.

River Alwen riverbank
bluebells on riverbank garden terraces

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