The Green Inn
The Green Inn is a picturesque country pub built in 1740 and located in the hamlet of Llangedwyn, approximately 8 miles from the historic market town of Oswestry, Shropshire. Located in the Tanat valley a designated Area Of Outstanding Natural Beauty, we are on the B4396, which runs from Oswestry to Bala. The Green Inn is set in beautiful scenery with a large lawned garden, woodland area and offers extensive parking.
The Berwyn mountain range, the Pistylle Rhaeadr waterfall are nearby and the ruins of the home of Owain Glyndwr's Sycharth Castle lie on the outskirts of the village. Owain Glyndwr was the last native Welsh person to be crowned Prince of Wales and unsuccessfully instigated the long running revolt against the English rule of Wales!