PUBS ON THE WREXHAM ALE TRAIL 2018
Saith Seren • Wrexham
Saith Seren (Seven Stars in Welsh) is a grade II listed 19th Century red brick building located close to Wrexham city centre. Re-opened in 2012 Saith Seren is much loved community run pub. Inside you can find lcoally brewed Real Ale from Cwrw Ial, Big Hand and Heavy Industry. They also have real cider, sourced locally from Rosie’s and Gwynt y Ddraig.
Trevor Arms • Marford
The Trevor Arms is a beautiful grade two listed building, full of character and quirky gothic features. Located in the village of Marford, best known for its quaint looking Gothic revival cottages. The Trevor Arms has 16 rooms available to guest if you’re looking for somewhere to stay for the Wrexham Real Ale Trail.
Nags Head • Lavister
The Nags Head was refurbished in 2015, under new ownership the Nags Head is now a traditional pub serving locally brewed cask ale. The Nag Head has 4 Real Ales on tap from around Wales and the UK. A plaque commemorates the pub being the place where the first CAMRA members were signed up in May 1971.
Nags Head • Ridelywood
The Nags Head, Ridelywood is a rural pub set in the beautiful Welsh countryside, serving 2 Real Ales, usually from local microbreweries. The Nags Head is well known for their Folk-n-Ale night every Monday, a informal open mic night.
Wynnstay Arms • Ruabon
The recently refurb Wynnstay Arms date from the 18th century, which historically belonged to the large Wynnstay Estate. The gateway of the estate at the far end of the road.
In Victorian times the local branch of the Association for Prosecution of Felons met here. The association encouraged witnesses to come forward after crimes, sometimes by offering rewards for information. So you all better be on your best behaviour!
Red Lion • Marchwiel
Recently under new management, the Red Lion has become a lively and friendly pub. Known locally for having great live entertainment.