Local Attractions

Awel Cars  01352 753123
5 Star Taxis 01352 757677
Places to stay
Coed Issa Cottage
Beautiful fully furnished holiday let, sleeps 4, dogs welcome. A small stroll from the pub.

Hope Mountain Bed and Breakfast
Family friendly B&B. A short walk away from the pub.
T: Rob & Jo to book 01978 769058.

Ty Uchaf Glamping
Comfortable off-grid glamping, conveniently located a short distance up the lane behind the pub

Tree Tops
Log cabins and fishing on your doorstep
T: 01352 770648
Things to do locally 
Visit Waun Y Llyn Country Park,
Take in the views of the rambling North Wales hills. Look out over the Dee estuary to the Wirral and beyond; on a clear day
you can see Liverpool Cathedral and even as far as Blackpool Tower!
Waun-y-llyn Country Park and Hope Mountain Walk Route (gps-routes.co.uk) 

Park in the Past Hope
Park in the Past is an exciting and innovative heritage and conservation project that aims to create a totally unique heritage attraction and vital community resource.
Set in an ancient Welsh landscape, the park comprises 120 acres of outstanding natural beauty offering woodlands and wetlands, a magnificent 35-acre lake and the gorgeous River Alyn.
Wild Swimming, kayak and SUP on the lake.  Regular events and re-enactment family fun days are held regularly.
Park In The Past – A unique community and heritage project

Caergwrle Castle
Caergwrle Castle is Cadw’s most recent acquisition through Guardianship although the wider site remains in the ownership of Hope Community Council. Built between 1278–82 by Dafydd ap Gruffudd (d. 1283), brother of Llywelyn ap Gruffudd, on lands given to him by Edward I and taken from Powys, it was the last castle to be built by a native Welsh prince.
Caergwrle Castle | Cadw (gov.wales)

Erddig – National Trust Property
Explore a much-loved home, garden and estate filled with the stories of a family and their servants.

Go and see the famous Golden Cape of Mold (the original is housed at the British Museum www.britishmuseum.org/collection/object/H_1836-0902-1) a replica lies in the town library on Daniel Owen Square  and climb Bailey Hill www.facebook.com/BaileyHill.

Or catch a live performance at Theatr Clwyd

Wrexham Football Club
10 minutes from the home of Wrexham Football Club and we’ll be serving Wrexham Lager on our taps to wholeheartedly support our home town.
Walks and Cycle Routes
Llanfynydd is situated on Offa’s Dyke within beautiful rolling countryside, there are an abundance of enjoyable walks from the Cross Keys’ front door, there is something to suit all needs, a quick hop around the block, hilly climbs, wooded rambles. We will upload walks and cycles routes for all abilities, obviously involving a pit stop at the pub along the way.