Address:

Blue Bell Inn
Rhosesmor Road
Halkyn
Flintshire
North East Wales
CH8 8DL
01352 780309
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Hours:

Mon-Fri 5-11pm; Sat/Sun all day  


 

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Blue Bell Inn  

Built in the mid 1700s at the crossroads of two old coaching routes, the Blue Bell Inn is purportedly named after a local privateer’s boat the Blue Bell. Legend has it that he was later caught and hanged for his piracy and is thought to be buried a few hundred yards away in the cemetery next to Halkyn Castle.

The Blue Bell is an independent, family run freehouse and were Cider Pub of the Year 2009. The pub is near the top of Halkyn Mountain. It's popular with walkers, riders, cyclists, folk & jazz musicians and locals alike.

They have free wireless internet.

For the winter there are real fires and summer a beer garden.

Food is served here and is a mixture of locally sourced, home-made and traditional meals ranging from lighter bites to those that challenge the hungry. Food served Saturday 12-2.30pm and Sunday 12-2pm.


 

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beer, food, beer garden, real fire, no smoking, music, kids, car park, real cider 

 

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Beers:

Up to 4 ales.
plus cider
 


 

Accommodation: 

Travelodge Halkyn
A55
Flintshire, Clwyd
CH8 8RF
0871 984 6078
www.travelodge.co.uk


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