- 28 guest reviews
"We reccently stayed at the Hawk and Buckle Inn on Friday 4th September for our 22nd wedding Anniversary . As soon as Siwan and Gareth knew i..."
"Stayed for one night in the Hawk and Buckle, when visiting my daughter in Rhyl. The pub's tucked away in a quiet village that felt miles fro..."
"A brilliant weekend away, I cannot fault this establishment or its owners/ staff a bit! Gareth and Siwan were so friendly and accommodating..."
"Very friendly and quiet village pub with magnificent views over the coast from room. Locally sourced food was delicious especially the steak..."
"A warm comfortable welcoming hotel Fantastic bar full of character Lovely people..."
About the hotel
Complete with inglenook fireplace, this lovingly restored 17th Century coaching inn enjoys the benefit of all modern day conveniences. We also offer a restful base for visiting tourist & business people. A Free House, the bar is the perfect venue for pre or post meal drinks.
Well stocked with wines, spirits and soft drinks, real ales are a permanent and popular feature here. The restaurant is perfect for either a leisurely lunch or as a place in which to relax at the end of a day of activity and sightseeing. The atmosphere is uniquely remote and peaceful and yet it is truly accessible, being only a few miles from busy commercial centres including St. Asaph Business Park. The impressive country and sea views to be enjoyed from The Hawk and Buckle become even more spectacular as you gaze further afield to the distant Blackpool Tower and the Cumbrian hills! The county of Denbighshire is part of beautiful North East Wales. It stretches from the popular coastal resorts of Rhyl and Prestatyn in the north, down through the Vale of Clwyd, over the panoramic Horseshoe Pass into the picturesque Dee Valley where nestle the busy tourism town of Llangollen home to the International Music Eisteddfod every year. As you move south from the golden beaches through the historic towns of the Vale of Clwyd- Rhuddlan, St. Asaph, Denbigh and Ruthin- you are sheltered by the hills of the Clwydian Range, an official Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Showing Saturday 10 October 2015 to Sunday 11 October 2015Change Search
- Car parking available onsite , Car Parking Available Offsite
- Meeting Facilities , Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
- Restaurant , Bar
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- From 15:00 hours
- Until 11:00 hours
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- Pets are not allowed
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100% would recommend it to a friend
Fantastic Inn , Made to feel very welcome from start to finish.
We reccently stayed at the Hawk and Buckle Inn on Friday 4th September for our 22nd wedding Anniversary .
As soon as Siwan and Gareth knew it was a special occassion we were upgraded to the best room (room 8) with a double Jacuzzi and late check out . When we arrived we were made to feel so welcome by the owners and even the local,. the food was outstanding and freshly cooked ,infact we can't fault this place and will be returning again . If you want something romantic, quiet this is the ideal place. See you at new year.
Quiet night in North Wales
Stayed for one night in the Hawk and Buckle, when visiting my daughter in Rhyl.
The pub's tucked away in a quiet village that felt miles from anywhere, but was surprisingly easy to find and only 10 minutes drive from where we needed to be. Our room was clean and tidy, with an amazing view over the countryside to the sea and beyond to Blackpool which was an unexpected bonus. Dinner was from a fairly basic and slightly over-priced menu, and was well-cooked although there was too much salt in the gravy for my taste; the dining room itself is a pleasant space, with plenty of space. We slept well in the very large and comfortable bed, and enjoyed the immaculate bathroom - very nice shower with a good head of pressure. Breakfast was slightly disappointing for a B&B in this price range, as I was expecting a full cooked breakfast with black pudding, mushrooms, tomatoes, and fried bread in addition to the sausages, beans, bacon and egg provided. The owner Siwan and her family/staff deserve a special mention for their friendliness and standard of service with a smile; we were made to feel very welcome, and very much at home. In a country pub like this I felt they could have made more of their food, perhaps making a point of using local produce where possible and marketing themselves as a great place to eat; they've got pretty much everything else right!