Four Crosses Inn
“… i had just completed my design, to keep the Menai bridge from rust, by boiling it in wine.” Lewis Carroll..
Menai bridge is the welcoming threshold to Anglesey, and so inspired the writer Lewis Carroll, that he added the famous Thomas Telford Suspension Bridge, into his ‘nonsense song’ from the extraordinary; ‘Alice through the Looking-Glass.’ Equally making an impression: The Four Crosses exudes warmth and character, offering a great selection of food and drink, in a charming, sparkling clean and relaxed environment. Spacious and family-run, the food is excellent, delivered hot and tasty to your table by a friendly team, who go out of their way to provide speedy, efficient service. A wonderful range of cask ales are available, which can be enjoyed with a meal or just a snack, with options to enjoy the beer garden.
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