The Hidden Inns series of regional guides covers "hidden" pubs and inns throughout the United Kingdom. The series originates from the enthusiastic suggestions of the landladies and landlords of inns reviewed in the Hidden Places series of travel guides and from Hidden Places readers who want to be directed to traditional inns with atmosphere and character, which are so much a part of our British heritage. The inns reviewed in the book may have been coaching inns and have definitely been a part of the history of the village or town in which they are located for many, many years. A Travel Publishing researcher has visited all of the inns reviewed and all serve food and drink. Many also offer the visitor accommodation. The Hidden Inns of Wales is packed full with a variety of different pubs and inns. There is an informative introductory narrative in each chapter containing historical facts, important landmarks and places to visit.
A full page is devoted to each pub or inn and contains a full colour photograph, full name, address and telephone number, directions on how to get there, descriptive narrative and a handy summary of opening hours, food served, credit cards accepted, accommodation provided, other facilities offered, entertainment as well as local places of interest and local activities available. The new edition includes an attractive redesigned cover that incorporates a picture of 'The Red Lion' in Llanasa near Holywell in Flintshire.
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