Food and drink are at the heart of our warm Welsh hospitality, which is why we have been featured in The Times and The Telegraph as one of the best places to eat and stay in the UK. Our passionate chef, Grant Williams, offers a menu to suit every special occasion.
From delighting buffet lunches for the family to something more exquisite for an anniversary dinner or a birthday lunch. Every plate we serve is seasonally prepared using locally sourced ingredients from the Ceiriog Valley with the help of our food and drink partners including Dolwen Welsh Lamb and Beef, Big Hand Brewery, Tanners (wine suppliers) and Harlech (food suppliers).
The bar is well stocked with refreshingly good local cask ales and home-made gins as well as an unrivalled wine list.
Need more quality time with the ones you love? The West Arms North Wales country inncan be hired out for exclusive use so you can extend your celebrations and make it an extra special staybration. Enjoy the full experience of having one of North Wales’ hidden gems all to yourselves.
Steeped in local history, The West began life as a Welsh farm which later became a Drovers’ Inn known as ‘The Eagles’ where cattle drivers would rest their livestock on their way down from the Welsh hills en route to Chirk, Oswestry and London.
Today, The West has been lovingly restored to enhance all its magnificent original 16thCentury features. Your guests can take in the fresh country air in our new look Garden, relax in one of the many nooks and crannies with a board game or beside one of our traditional inglenook fireplaces with a drink in hand. The Garden room is a cherished part of the inn with bi-fold doors that look out onto the Berwyn Hills bringing the Welsh Countryside inside.
Our country hotel in North Wales offers flexible rates and a delicious local menu so you can get the very best from your time in the Ceiriog Valley.
The West Arms welcomes seasoned walkers and outdoor sports enthusiasts year-round. Amongst off road biking, mountain biking, shooting, cycling, horse-riding, golfing, fishing, canoeing and climbing, this Welsh hidden gem is a great spot to take time away with the ones you love to explore all the beauty that North Wales has to offer.
Walkers will delight in the varied landscapes of the Ceiriog. The Berwyn foothills and peaks are havens for birds of prey, wild animals and rare flora. Choose from famous routes including the popular Ceiriog Valley Walk or the timeless Wayfarer’s. There are also six local walks which will take you around our village.
For those wanting more of a cultural fix, nearby attractions to our North Wales country inn include National Trust’s Chirk Castle, the last Welsh castle from the reign of Edward I and 400-year-old stately home, Erddig.
Explore the surrounding area of Llangollen, a UNESCO World Heritage Site which includes the majestic medieval abbey, Valle Crucis Abbey, legendary for its lavish feasts, Chirk Aqueduct and Viaduct, an awe-inspiring navigable canal and Dinas Bran Castle.
Read more about what to visit when you stay with us here.
You don’t have to leave. After a celebration or special dinner with family and friends, stay the night in one of our 16 comfy rooms or upgrade to one of our characterful suites. Our cosy North Wales country inn offers guests the choice of characterful rooms in the original 16th Century part of the Inn and stunning valley view rooms to the rear all boasting splendid views of the Ceiriog Valle
Looking for something quirky? The Bunny Warren Suite, one of the quirkiest Inn, is aptly named after Mr and Mrs Bunny, who owned the hotel in the 1950s. With original exposed beams throughout, the room is arranged over two floors with a bedroom on the third floor and a lounge on the lower floor.
Wake up to a hearty cooked Welsh Breakfast in the morning, enjoy time out exploring the valley and it’s attractions and do it all over again!
To make a celebration enquiry or book exclusive use at our hotel in North Wales contact Mark or Nicky on 01691 600665 OR email on email@example.com