The Piccadilly Inn
“ A horse gallops with his heart, and wins with his character” F.Tesco.
Built in 1662, in the pretty town of Caerwys, ‘The Piccadilly Inn’ was named after a racehorse owned by Lord Mostyn ( who also owned the pub). The winning streak continues apace in this outstanding pub, as its reputation is second to none in offering sumptuous food and drink, and customers will literally travel miles to dine there. It also makes a place to just chill and escape for a time, in front of a flickering welcoming fire, which warms the cockles, as you sit and browse at the menu whilst sipping at your favourite tipple. Imaginative and beautifully presented fresh food, includes a generous fab Sunday lunch with meltingly tender beef or lamb and all the trimmings and a wide range of great beer, wines, spirits and impressive cocktails all served in a really friendly atmosphere.
Flintshire, Flintshire , CH7 5AW
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