The Bridge End Inn, Caergwrle

The Bridge End Inn is a historic 18th century public house in Caergwrle in Flintshire.  Some believe the Bridge is the oldest watering hole in Caergwrle signifying the inn’s proximity as a crossing point on the river Alyn. 

In 1800 the Bridge End along with ten acres of land was put up for sale.  By the census of 1871 and 1881 it was noted that John Jones, who was also a master joiner, was the innkeeper.  The inn became popular with travellers due to its closeness to the railway station and the spa.  It also offered overnight accommodation and by 1912 the Bridge described itself as a Hotel.

Today the Bridge End is still a public house but is also an authentic Oriental restaurant.

Serving real ale with decent size beer garden.


Contact details: 

Bridge End Inn, Caergwrle, Wrexham  LL12 9DT

On Facebook

Locale - Wales: 

Privacy & Terms | House Rules
E&OE. All content on this site, unless otherwise stated, is Copyright © PubsCymru
website by euan raffel