Tiger Inn, 19 Beast Market, Wrexham. 1880 Edward Rowlands Wrexham Pubs Source: 1st pic Tom Farrell collection; other pics Christine Lightfoot via Facebook.
Royal Oak, Ponciau in the late 1800s
Brynteg Inn, Brynteg, Wrexham. Former Bents pub now demolished. Source: Unknown photographer.
Boat Inn, Erbistock. The Boat, famous for its picturesque location and charming character, sits prettily on the idyllic banks of the River Dee, in Erbistock. Visit the website Boat Inn.
HAND INN, Ponciau Ponciau Pubs
GRIFFIN INN, Bank Street, Ponciau. OLD PHOTOS & MEMORIES OF RHOS & DISTRICT. Click here to go to Facebook group. Bryn Williams remembers that next door to the left was a Barbers shop whose name [more]
TRAVELLERS REST Kings Mills Road, Hightown, Wrexham. The original Travellers Rest was a half-timbered building with a thatched roof. It was also known as The Hightown. In 1921 the original building was demolished and the [more]
SEVEN STARS. Chester Street, Wrexham. The Seven Stars, was previously named ‘The Star’ which is a Grade II listed building and was originally built in 1898 to the designs of Thomas Price of Liverpool. It [more]
The Britannia Inn, Llangollen. The Britannia Inn was possibly built as early as the 13th century, although nothing now remains from this period. It could originally have provided extra accommodation for the monks from Valle [more]