Jim, Julie and their staff have gained an enviable reputation locally for the high standard of food served at the Druid Inn. As attractive as the exterior would suggest, this is a place of low beamed ceilings and in the winter roaring log fires, which all add to the olde worlde atmosphere. Very much a local inn, the Landlords, Jim and Julie Dolan, promise a real taste of Wales that is well worth experiencing.
The Druid Inn is set in a truly beautiful countryside, it radiates warmth and old fashioned atmosphere that you might have thought had disappeared for ever but it still exists here, so come and enjoy. The Druid Inn offers neat and comfortable accommodation owing to its vast make over in 2004. All rooms are en-suite, and also a separate guest bathroom if relaxing in a warm, steamy bath is what you prefer.
The accommodation consists of five bedrooms: Two doubles, two twins and a single room. There is also a self contained flat which can accommodate four people. It consists of a double room, a twin room with a large bathroom, ideal for a family.
Every bedroom is fitted with a colour television and tea/coffee facilities and furnished to ensure comfort and a peaceful nights sleep. Trying to take advantage of, and visit all of the places this area has to offer is too much just for one day, and often a longer period of time gives a chance to experience what this adorable, quaint and traditional area has to offer; and to fully understand its welcoming and almost addictive atmosphere that makes people come back again and again There are many reasons to stay in Llanferres and to make the Druid Inn your base. Keen mountain bikers will be able to follow the many natural wild routes of the Clwydian Hills and ride the Clwyds.
There are also a number of mountain bike centres with built trails of varying difficulty within easy reach. Llandegla Forest and its routes maintained by One Planet Adventure at Coed Llandegla is about twenty minutes drive and the Mari
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Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest
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Mold Castle - 3.8 miles (Castle)
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Nantclwyd House (Nantclwyd y Dre) - 4.2 miles (Historic Building)
Ruthin Roman Fort - 4.3 miles (Roman Site)
Ruthin Gaol - 4.3 miles (Museum)
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Ruthin Castle - 4.4 miles (Castle)
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