A short-lived modern estate pub, formerly owned by Brains Brwery, on the south side of the town. Planning permission is now being requested to build seven houses on the site.
A substantial pub-cum-hotel with an unusual name, owned by Greater Manchester family brewers J. W. Lees, in the centre of this small North Wales market town, which was once notorious as a traffic bottleneck on the A55.
(My own picture)
A typical large 1930s redbrick roadhouse. It faces on to Wessex Way and looks as though it once enjoyed access from the main road – taking this away may have been the reason for its demise. There are now plans to build an 84-bed care home on the extensive site.