“ Friendship is… sitting over a drink and forgetting the worries of life”. With smiles as warm and welcoming as sunshine, you are immediately put at ease as you enter this charming pub and restaurant, golden candlelight flickering from every table, as you are taken to your seat (booking ahead is a good idea in this popular pub) the staff are accommodating and courteous. Gareth and his team really go above and beyond to give their clients a truly memorable visit. Offering a delicious and diverse menu including favourites such as melt-in-the-mouth-belly pork, mouthwatering chili with sour cream, sizzling homemade burgers, tasty goats cheese and chorizo tagliatelle, followed by fabulously generous puddings. This is truly a great local pub whether you're popping in for a pint or a lazy Sunday lunch the Crown shines bright.
Dating back to the 18th Century, this former farmhouse is incredibly charming in many ways. Ideally located near the Welsh-English border, it is a stone’s throw away from the picturesque market town of Mold. *