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The Griffin Inn
Small and friendly or farm style campsite
|Wrexham, Wrexham, Wales, United Kingdom, LL12 0BS|
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|Situated in Trevalyn North Wales nestled in beautiful countryside and close to the historic towns of Chester and Wrexham with easy access to the coast and close by attractions we offer the ideal location for your stay. With on site shower and toilet facilities, electric hook up, hard standing and a traditional country pub serving award winning ales and home cooked food from our chefs menu all you need for a welcome break away|
11m above sea level
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Great pub and location with friendly people. Good beer and facilities. Tuesday night so no food. Tranquil. Would definitely recommend.View all reviews by martensite
Nice pub in a quiet location. Average facilities. Only serves food Thurs to Sun, so we had a lovely walk into the next village. Not so good on a rainy day though.View all reviews by liamhobbs
Recently taken over, new managers lovely great welcome, freshly cooked food not fast food which is no bad thing. Would go again.View all reviews by crazynight
We've just spent three nights at the The Griffin Inn, Trevalyn near Wrexham, Wales- http://www.griffininn-trevalyn.co.ukView all reviews by chrissielons
The cost with EHU is £15 per night. It's a basic site with room for 5 motor homes & some pitches are hard standing. There's also a field for tents too. The food in the pub is very good & extremely cheap. They sell cask ales, various ciders, & different wines, along with pork scratchings from a jar that are sold by the scoop.
Fab country pub with real fire and a good selection of food and drink. The site was easy to find and good access even with twin axle van. The site has 4 hard standing plots with good clean facilities. We managed to get ourselves stuck in the grass upon leaving (heavy rain overnight) but within minutes a local guy with a 4x4 appeared and helped pull us clear. Lovely friendly people. Highly recommended.View all reviews by jowaites
Lovely Pub in a quiet locationView all reviews by chrissielons