Colliers ArmsChapel Street
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Smart free house on a narrow street of terraced housing. The spick and span front room has a slate floor, comfortable bench seating, stools and small cast iron tables. Decor includes beer posters, breweriana and black and white pit head drawings. There's also a tiny snug area before a door that leads onto a corridor serving the toilets and a rear room with pool table and juke box. To the rear is a pleasant decked area and lawn with trestles. A public car park is nearby. Guest ales can appear from anywhere in the country: local micros dominate the guest beers but these can also include beers from larger and national brewers on an occasional basis. As a rare cask outlet for the area the Colliers is to be cherished! Branch Pub of the Year (Clwyd) 2016. NOTE: the pub does not have a phone number. For info, contact via Twitter.