Here you will find details of places to eat and drink in and around Northop
built in the Mid 1700s at the Crossroads of Two Old Coaching Routes, the Blue Bell Inn is Purportedly Named After a Local Privateer’s Boat the Blue Bell. Legend Has It That He Was Later Caught and Hanged for His Piracy and is Thought to Be Buried a Few Hundred Yards Away in the Cemetery Next to Halkyn Castle
we’ve Had Hundreds of Different Cask Ales to Date and Our Own Local Welsh Brewed Blue Bell Bitter is Always on Along with Other Regularly Changing Real Ales, Ciders and Perrys - We Even Make Our Own Rosie's Blue Bell Cider. You Will Find Us in the Good Pub, Cider and Beer Guides and We Have a Cask Marque for Quality, in Fact We Are One of the Highest Scoring Cask Marque Pubs in the Uk with a Maximum 100% Score. We Also Have a Good Selection of Great Wines from Around the World, a Large Range of Soft Dinks and Fairtrade Tea’s, Coffee’s and Hot Chocolate.<br>our Food is a Mixture of Locally Sourced, Home-made and Traditional Meals Ranging from Lighter Bites to Those That Challenge the Hungry.
Clwyd Theatr Cymru is Wales’ Major Drama Production House, Originally Built As a Regional Arts Centre. the Theatre Hosts a Variety of Touring Drama, Dance and Music Companies Along with It’s Own Resident Company. There Are Around 1500 Public Performances Per Year in It’s Two Theatres and Cinema.