The Hope & Anchor
94 Vale Street
North East Wales
(01745) 815115.


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The Hope & Anchor  

The Hope and Anchor is situated in the beautiful countryside of the Vale of Clywd. The building is 17th century in origin, with beamed ceilings and warm welcoming open fires in winter. This is reflected in the warm welcome which awaits you if you want real ale and good food in the same place. Close by is an 18 hole golf course for the energetic with its own driving range. For those with culture in mind the town is full of history with the ruins of Denbigh castle looming large over the town - it's a great view and a super picnic spot. Behind the pub is a beer garden for the summer. In the garden there is a children's adventure playground to keep them happy while you relax with your favourite tipple. There is accommodation here from £22 per person a night. They have family rooms, doubles and singles. there is also plenty of space to park your car, should you wish to leave after trying the good ales.



We didn't stay at this pub so I can't comment on the food or the accommodation. We stayed at grotty old hotel in the centre of the town. We went on a mini walking tour, mid-February of the town and aimed to take in this pub (Hope & Anchor). We had been told earlier that week that there was no accommodation so we thought a pint of real ale (as advertised) would be a consolation. We arrived at the pub at about 7.30pm, mid week. There was no real ale at all, no welcome fire, no customers, one bar staff and a pint of awful draft flow. An un interesting little pub that does not match it's description on this site, beware. (Chris Smith) 





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