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The Colomendy Arms, Cadole - pub details

Address: Gwernaffield Rd, Cadole, Mold, Clwyd, CH7 5LL [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 11281) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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We Three Loggerheads, Gwernymynydd (0.4 miles), Miners Arms, Maeshafn (1.1 miles), Druid Inn, Llanferres (1.8 miles)

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Unable to try this pub today as it was closed until 6pm so went to the We Three Loggerheads.
wirraldrinker - 24 Jul 2014 16:03
Footnote for blue scrumpy.

I submitted details of We Three Loggerheads (and several other pubs) more than a year ago but think I'm more likely to win the Lottery than see them appear on BITE.

wirraldrinker - 30 Jun 2014 22:47
Nice, little pub hidden away off the main road in the village itself and located near to the Loggerheads Country Park. There are no signs on the main road. So I assume the pub relies on its reputation to get by. It has been in the Good Beer Guide for 20 years and had a good ale selection for a small village local. Spitting Feathers Solstice, George Wright Pipe Dream, Bowman Yumi, Phoenix Midsummer Madness & Salopian Oracle were all on. There are 2 cosy rooms and a couple of outdoor tables. The gents is also outside and has a wonderful array of old pumpclips on the ceiling. The landlady and the locals were friendly. Beware the opening hours. It did not open until 2pm on a Sunday. We continued on from here to the We Three Loggerheads, just down the A road, the Sun Inn in Eryrys and the Rose & Crown in Graianrhyd. But none are listed on here.
blue_scrumpy - 30 Jun 2014 19:26
A great little pub, with a few interesting beers (Blue Moon superb) and people who engage in conversation. Hard to beat.
mtaylor40 - 9 May 2013 23:06
This is a real pub - about as far removed from those horrible chain bars as you can get, and all the better for it. Small and welcoming, fantastic range of real ales, all kept excellently, log fire in winter. No music, just good beer, fireside chat, dominoes and darts. Go there. We need to use these pubs if they are not to wither and die.
Jack_Boc - 2 Jan 2011 18:52

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