The Poachers Pocket Inn (Chirk, Wrexham) Reviews
Newest Review: ... from the towpath opens directly into the pub garden and passing boaters drop in for "a wet". This place is great and that's before you even get into the pub! Inside the pub it's a bit of a warren with little rooms opening out on to one another. The tables are a good size. I hate trying to eat off a crowded table! The main bar is quite small and this area can be a bit congested. The staff remain cheerful and efficient though! Sometimes when you walk into a pub, everything goes quiet, the locals eye you with a less than welcoming eye, as though an alien has entered sacred territory! Sometimes you walk into a pub and there is... more
Customer The Poachers Pocket Inn (Chirk, Wrexham) Reviews (1)
by - written on 29/09/09 (Very useful, 925 readings)
Sunday will often see me at Chirk carboot sale and when I have had my fill of wandering round there, I drive a mile up the A5 towards Welshpool and turn off at Morton Garden centre. There on the left is the Poachers pocket pub! It is an imposing pub with a large car park at the front. It looks like an old building which, like Topsy, "just growed". Out the front of the pub is a fenced section set with tables and large umbrellas. The furniture here is good solid teak and just the thing to rest in and possibly have a smoke whilst waiting for your lunch. I love sitting outside in this section because a lot of walkers frequent the pub, and I get to make ... Read the complete review
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