After nearly a decade of neglect, the well known Dinorben Arms will reopen on 27th April 2017. This follows a major investment and redevelopment by the pub chain Brunning & Price.
The chain already owns the Pen-y-bryn in Upper Colwyn Bay, the Glasfryn in Mold, the Corn Mill in Llangollen and Pant yr Ochain near Wrexham.
Famed for their high standards, Brunning & Price are certain to have contributed a huge asset to the local area. Their consistent approach with a high quality rustic style is central to their popularity – all their establishments have beautiful traditional stone floors and lots of natural wood features.
Dating back to the 17th century, The Dinorben Arms is a location with memories full of heritage and charm for both locals and tourists alike. In a wonderful nod to the heritage, Brunning & Price have been granted permission to use the coat of arms of the 1st Lord of Dinorben as the emblem for the pub.
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