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Llindir Inn , Henllan

Llindir Inn
The thatched 13th C, grade II listed, medieval Inn is really quite special, with polite owners, an extremely welcoming ambience, and stunning inglenook fireplace. Whether hungry or thirsty, this wonderful pub, situated just beneath the Church of St. Sadwn, can take care of your needs. There is also a supernatural twist. It is said that the old Landlord, a sailor, came home from a trip, to discover his wife having an affair. It is rumoured that he murdered her in the bedroom upstairs, and that to this day, her ghost still haunts the premises.

address: Llindir Street, LL16 5BH Henllan

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Church of St. Sadwrn, Henllan

Church of St. Sadwrn
Dedicated to the local hermit St Sadwrn, this unique old church has a detached tower on a mound, built apart so the bells could best be heard across the sixteen mile parish. The tower itself dates from the 15th century, but key features worth visiting include the 14th century Vesty door, a late medieval window, a Jacobean alter table, as well as a pair of Georgian chandeliers. To say this church and surroundings are picturesque is an understatement. It is one of the most beautiful and peaceful places I have visited.

address: St Sadwrn Church Street Henllan DENBIGH LL16 5BD

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