Salusbury Arms , Public Houses St. Asaph, Denbighshire - Wales where to go, what to see and where to stay in Wales


Tremeirchion St. Asaph Denbighshire Wales
Perfectly located at a key point near the start of the Offa’s Dyke Walk, ardent ramblers and casual strollers alike will find some well earned rest and refreshment at The Salusbury Arms. Here, you will be greeted by the warmth and pleasantness of a real log fire, real ale, traditional homemade food and a friendly welcome. Choose from our varied menu, the daily specials board, or simply enjoy our specialty real ales in a comfortable country setting. We provide freshly prepared pub food and traditional home cooked meals as well as a vegetarian selection and a separate children’s menu. The only pub in the Welsh village of Tremeirchion, we provide the village and its guests with regular and varied entertainment which includes: Welsh singing on Saturday nights with an organist, Sing-along from 9.30 until 1am, Parties, Plus... the obligatory 60’s and 70’s discos by popular demand! We trust that you will enjoy the cosy atmosphere of our pub:- Newly refurbished, Family-friendly, Facilities for the disabled, Excellent beer garden, Large car park to the front. We are open from noon until 3pm and then from 7pm until finish. We are, however, closed on Mondays. Tremeirchion is located just to the west of St Asaph; the smallest cathedral city in Britain and the village features the only medieval church of Corpus Christi in Britain.
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