‘17th century coaching house offering fine food and en-suite guest accommodation’
High in these North Wales hills, midway between Denbigh and Abergele and within easy reach of both Chester and Llandudno, you discover The Hawk and Buckle Inn. Complete with inglenook fireplace, this lovingly restored 17th century coaching inn enjoys the benefit of all modern day conveniences - including wireless broadband and ample car parking - and provides the perfect retreat for that long promised short break, or small business conference.
The delightful licensed restaurant produces an impressive range of traditional, home cooked dishes (including a hugely popular Sunday roast lunch). Fresh, local produce is used wherever possible. The restaurant is easily divided to create spaces for both groups and individuals - and it is well worth enquiring about seasonal discounts to early diners.
Special events are hosted regularly, including murder mystery weekends, live music nights, and weekly pub quizzes. Follow us on Facebook for up-to-date information on special events!
En-suite guest bedrooms include everything that you could wish for and have the additional bonus of disabled access and some truly impressive country and sea views to be enjoyed, with vistas as far afield as Blackpool Tower and the Cumbrian hills.
A Free House, the bar is the perfect venue for pre or post meal drinks. Well stocked with wines, spirits and soft drinks, a rotation of local real ales are a permanent and popular feature here.
An ideal venue for small conferences and corporate bonding exercises, The Hawk and Buckle also offers a restful base for visiting business people. The atmosphere is uniquely remote and peaceful and yet it is truly accessible - being only a few miles from busy commercial centres including St Asaph Business Park.
So welcome to The Hawk and Buckle – as popular today as it was in the 17th century when its then role was as a stopping off point on the old stage coach route to Holyhead.