The West Arms enjoys an idyllic setting in the foothills of the Berwyn Mountain, a rural paradise and is a historic 16th Century building with considerable character. It is a well established olde Inn having offered hospitality since 1570 as a Drovers' Inn and boasts genuine slate flagged floors and inglenook fireplaces.
From Chirk to Llanarmon DC, the Ceiriog Valley Walk is made up of 12 miles and seven separate stages of fairly gentle hiking through pastures and woodland, riverbanks, ancient trails, via villages and hamlets, all set amidst the peace and tranquility of some of the most stunning countryside.
The famous Pistyll Rhaeadr Waterfall is a scenic 20 minute drive and Lake Vrynwy is a little further on from Llanrhaedr. If busier areas are on your agenda, the walled city of Chester is only a 40 minute drive, and Shrewsbury the same distance.
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