Weatherspoons know what there doing and when they get it right it's good. Lovely pub, dead quirky, great atmosphere, good food.
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Having walking around Ruthin to find a place to eat, The Castle Hotel was the only place open. Knowing the quality of Weatherspoons, I didn't go there with high expectations but this was very average indeed. The food was very poor quality and lukewarm at...More
We were making our slow, rather unhurried way to our holiday destination which was the Isle of Anglesey and had booked to stay for the night at the Castle Hotel in Ruthin. We have, over the last couple of years, stayed in three Wetherspoon’s hotels...More
We have used Weatherspoons pubs many times and you generally know what you are getting. There is plenty of choice and the price is right for a quick unfussy meal. At the Ruthin pub our first choice of steak and ale pie was unavailable and...More
Worked 12 hours today and myself and wife looked forward to a nice steak meal, it came and my steak knife would not even cut it, sent it back and no better? sorry if i offend?? but its not the company but who is in...More
We were a party of 6 out to enjoy an evening out and take in a meal, 5 of us had a curry on the curry night which was OK but not fantastic but well worth the price we paid, One of us had a...More
We only had one drink as in no way were we going to eat here. Our table was sticky and greasy, and the place smelled of chip fat. I always thought Wetherspoons was cheap for drinks, but not here. Comparing prices to other pubs in...More
Not for the first time have we been disappointed with the poor choice of ale at this branch of Wetherspoons. Last night we saw ten hand pumps but only four beers advertised, Abbot, Ruddles, Doom Bar and a light 3.7% from Purple Moose going by...More
Went here for our lunch during our stay in ruthin, service was very quick, and for a weatherspoons pubi was pleasently surprised how nice it was, the food and drink was good value for money.