Nestled in the hamlet of Loggerheads in rural North Wales We Three Loggerheads is a beautiful 17th century coaching inn holding its own secret! At the rear of this traditional pub sits a spectacular vaulted restaurant where fabulous food is served using locally sourced ingredients. ?The Loggs? as it is affectionately known resides in an area of outstanding natural beauty alongside the river Alyn and owners Lynda and Paul always offer a warm welcome to all visitors to what is also their home
Following a recent conversion we have created two double rooms which have been furnished to a very high standard each havinge their own separate entrances. We provide free onsite parking ? always a bonus! The rooms have en suite shower rooms with towels provided a flat screen TV hairdryer free wi-fi ipod docking station with alarm clock king size beds with crisp white Egyptian cotton bedding and tea and coffee making facilities. If you have chosen our continental breakfast option you will have your own breakfast hamper delivered to your door at a time you choose.
It's your holiday after all so relax and enjoy your choice of pastries cereal fruit yoghurt cheeses and meats in the privacy of your own room. What a chilled out way to start your day! To make your break completely hassle free picnic lunches can be arranged for you to take on your day out if you require and when you get back they will reserve you a table to enjoy some tasty home cooked food either in the cosy bar or in the ambient restaurant. What could be a better end to your day! The Loggs is privileged to be surrounded by some of the most beautiful countryside with Moel Fammau and the Clwydian range within walking distance making it a perfect base for walkers and mountain bike enthusiasts but the accommodation is equally suitable for guests visiting family and friends or just making the most of local tourist attractions which are all in within easy reach.
Market towns of Ruthin and Mold are a mere 10 minutes away from us and due to our excellent road network Chester Liverpool and Manchester are all easily accessible. A trip down the coast will take you to the Victorian town of Llandudno or historical Conway all fabulous for a day out. The beautiful Isle of Anglesey with its long beaches and coastal paths is jam packed with exciting things to fill your day and you'll be there in an hour! Once you've been to this little gem of a place you'll be hooked and you will return !
Get an Ordnance Survey map covering the Gwernymynydd area.
Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest
Tower - 2.6 miles (Historic House)
Mold Castle - 2.7 miles (Castle)
Mold, St Mary's Church - 2.7 miles (Historic Church)
Penbedw Stone Circle - 4 miles (Prehistoric Site)
Moel Arthur Hill Fort - 4.1 miles (Prehistoric Site)
Soughton Hall - 4.5 miles (Garden)
Nannerch, St Michael's Church - 5.1 miles (Historic Church)
Ruthin, St Peter's Church - 5.3 miles (Historic Church)
Nantclwyd House (Nantclwyd y Dre) - 5.3 miles (Historic Building)
Ruthin Roman Fort - 5.3 miles (Roman Site)
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