A'up fellow tripadvisor peeps, its me Sonny Ingrid 'ere. Its been a while since I wrote my last epic review- My fingers have been covered in spam batter and i've only just managed to lick them clean.
Sit down, relax and let me tell you a tale to warm the heart...
It all began in a little town called Betws-Yn-Rhos. After overcoming the excitement of the palpable car sack and excitable noises, I arrived at the Wheatsheaf Inn with a taste for some fine drinkables. My rather Handsome companion joined me on this merriment once again. I let my prince charming order the drinks at the bar. This was mainly due to fighting off my urges to pounce on the handsome and friendly bar staff.
It was quiz night, or so the 3 questions (which went in the order of 1, 2 and then all of a sudden 57) would have you believe. This meant the so called 'best seats' were taken, however it soon became apparent that it would be a case of 'more fool them' because I got to witness some wonderful sights from my vantage point.
The table we picked was right next to a door, which obviously led to a walled room with nothing in but an oven, and had the added bonus of being within ear shot to old men conversing about what one would imagine being how the youth of today need a good fist shaking at.
The romantic atmosphere that this place generates was emphasised by the the bloke at the bar trying to seduce his girlfriend with romantic poses and slight rubs of the foot. Furthermore, there seemed to be romantic bolognese being served.
After knocking back a few tasty suds, I began to appreciate more than just the company I was with and the friendly atmosphere- An Adonis of a man wearing the finest threads this side of Llandudno was patrolling the bar area.
If I had to give this place a rating then I would most certainly give it 5 pin stripes out of 5. It certainly is 'The best pub in Wales.... In my Opinion'
- Also Known As:
- The Wheatsheaf Inn And B&B Betws Yn Rhos, North Wales