Red Lion

Coedpoeth, Wrexham LL11 3NB


The Red lion Coedpoeth is a charming, detached double fronted, stone built pub situated in the large village of Coedpoeth in the town of Wrexham. Coedpoeth an ex-industrial village with ties and history to lead and coal mining in the past, resulting in an abundance of chimney pots – from miners cottages to detached houses. This is a popular village with a local school, a variety of restaurants and shops. It is just three miles from Wrexham centre along with being close to the busy A483 which links to the A55, providing links to Chester and then on to larger roads such as the M56

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Pub Layout

The Pub has great curb side appeal with a small grassed beer garden to the front of the property. The pub is divided into two areas all serviced by the well-stocked bar. The right is a great locals area with a pool table, darts board, jukebox and relaxed seating to enjoy the televised sporting matches. The left had side is balanced with loose tables and chairs, log burner and could easily transform into an area for diners. To rear of the pub is a fabulous enclosed beer garden, the decked t area with cover is great for the winter months whilst the lower deck which has grass like effect flooring is a suntrap in the summer months. The enclosed children’s play area is an added bonus for those visiting with families.


The Red Lion is a great example of a community pub it is well supported all year round with televised sports, weekly quizzes, music nights, darts team and pool team. The commercial kitchen is underutilised, and the new licensee would wish to explore a small value food offer to capture the local community.


Private Accommodation The private accommodation consists of three bedrooms, kitchen, sitting room and bathroom


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