Food & Drink

While visiting Flintshire, you'll find plenty of places to stop for a bite to eat and a drink. We encourage you to experience Welsh food and entertainment.

Each year, Mold hosts the 'Mold Food and Drink Festival' for 2 days in September, and a number of pubs between Mold and Denbigh make up the Real Ale Trail.

Places to eat and drink in Flintshire

The Pet Cemetery Cafeteria
Enjoy a stroll around the award-winning grounds of the pet cemetery and visit our cafe, which offers home-cooked food.
Caffi Florence
Taste of Wales award-winning cafĂ© at Loggerheads Country Park. We offer wonderful homemade food, using the best local ingredients.
The Piccadilly Inn
The newly renovated Piccadilly Inn is an intimate and cosy restaurant and public house in the heart of the picturesque town of Caerwys. Although it appears to be big on the outside, it offers a homely and cosy atmosphere.
Pwll Gwyn Country Inn and Restaurant
Traditional, cosy and full of charm, The Pwll Gwyn is the ideal country retreat to escape the hustle of everyday life, offering good, honest home cooking, a wide variety of real ales and beautiful boutique bedrooms.
The Antelope Inn
The Antelope Hotel of Rhydymwyn (just a couple of miles northwest of Mold) offers all you could want. Our well-loved family pub, hotel & restaurant is a charming, family-run inn that dates back more than 200 years.
The Mill on the Hill
A lovely cafe situated in Holywell near Winefreds Well. Open 10 till 5 Tuesday to Saturday, 10 till 4 on Sunday.
The Blue Bell Inn
The Blue Bell is an independent, family-run, award-winning free house with multiple CAMRA Regional awards.  It was a Sunday Telegraph Top Ten UK Country Pub in 2008 and The Best Pub in 2009, and featured in The Sunday Times Best Summer Walks for 2009.
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Cross Keys

Cross Keys
Ffordd Llanfynydd

LL11 5HH
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The Cross Keys Llanfynydd is a 17th century pub situated between Mold and Wrexham on Offa's Dyke with open fires and a real olde worlde atmosphere.

Real ales have qualified the Cross Keys for the CAMRA good beer guide for the last 10 years. Locally brewed ales are offered that change regularly throughout the week.  A modest range of bottled ciders and European beers is stocked  to complement the draught varieties.
The Cross Keys bar and restaurant menu has something for every palate: steaks, salads, homemade burgers, curries, fresh fish and every month a seasonal special using locally sourced ingredients.  There is a curry night on a Tuesday, followed by the pub quiz and jackpot roll over.