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Llangollen Canal West

West From Welsh Frankton Junction to Llangollen

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The Narrow Boat The Narrow Boat Maestermyn Shropshire 5W Be the first to review this venue
The Jack Mytton
(Mad Jacks)
11W Be the first to review this venue
The Lion Quays 17W Be the first to review this venue
The Poachers Pocket 19W The Bridge Inn at Chirk Bank is just a few minutes’ walk downhill from Bridge 21 W, where there are ample moorings either side of the bridge.  It is well known for being the last pub in England and the first in Wales or vice versa – depends on which way you are travelling!  About ½ mile west along the tow path is the Chirk aqueduct which runs parallel to the main Shrewsbury to Chester railway line and has great views down the Ceiriog Valley.
The Bridge The Bridge Inn Chirk Bank 21W The Poacher’s Pocket is sited adjacent to Bridge 19 W just outside Chirk at Gledrig. Great pub food served every day, with the 'Golden Greats' menu, Curry Club every Wednesday, or if you're really hungry you can have one of the ‘Mega Meals’. All food is complemented by a great selection of cask ales, wine, spirits and soft drinks.
The Aqueduct Inn 28W You cannot miss this venue - painted bright yellow.
The Telford 31W The Telford is set at Trevor basin near Froncysyllte mid way between Chirk and Llangollen on the Llangollen Canal it provides the ideal stopping off place prior to traversing the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct
The Bryn Howel 38W The Bryn Howel Hotel and Restaurant is a family owned establishment and prides itself on the high level of service, set in the magnificent Vale of Llangollen in North Wales, one of the most beautiful areas in Great Britain where there is so much to do and see at all times of the year.
The Sun Trevor 41W The last pub before Llangollen, the Sun Trevor is a historic old place. It’s been a pub as far back as the 1700s, maybe even earlier. Situated in the spectacular Vale of Llangollen, the views from the beer garden are hard to beat. In sight of both the River Dee and the Llangollen canal, making it a great location for narrow boats to moor up and enjoy freshly cooked food and cask ale.
Gales Wine Bar 45W Gales Wine Bar just a couple of hundred yards from Bridge 45 and the mooring basin at Llangollen is well worth a visit.  It boasts a wide range of wines and beers and the chef does a mean steak.

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