The West Arms serves modern British food, always using fresh locally sourced produce. Our Head Chef, Welsh Celebrity Grant Williams, creates his delicious lunch and dinner menus using the finest meats, fish and vegetables of the season. Have a look at our current menus as we hope they will tempt you. Grant is justifiably proud of our consistent inclusion in the prestigious Good Food Guide.
The West Arms, which is featured consistently in The Good Food Guide, is open daily offering breakfast and morning coffee. We serve hot lunches from 12pm – 2.30pm. Always available in the afternoons are soup, sandwiches and delicious afternoon tea. We offer dinner daily starting at 6pm and on Sundays we offer hot food and a traditional Sunday Roast from 12 mid-day all the way through until 9 pm.
We are proud to feature highly in Trip Advisor
The West Arms has again received a TripAdvisor® Certificate of Excellence award. Now in its fifth year, the award celebrates excellence in hospitality and is given only to establishments that consistently achieve great traveller reviews on TripAdvisor. We would like to thank our customers for some great reviews.
The Hotel Guru scour travel guides, newspapers and hotel awards lists to find out where to recommend. And you don’t just have to take their word for it – in addition to their own assessments, they have provided links to all the reviews and travel guides so you can read what they’ve said.
“Unspoilt traditional 16th century inn with superb food in the foothills of the Berwyn Mountain.”
Jasmine Guinness, designer and fashion model since 1994, is renovating a property very near the West Arms. Read her favourite things she recently wrote in the Daily Telegraph .
“The West Arms pub in Llanarmon is an undiscovered treasure, very popular among locals. After a long lunch there with friends, we walk off the amazing sticky toffee pudding by visiting our derelict farmhouse, a 20-minute walk away from my mother-in-law’s. Gawain and I are renovating it.”
Featured in Dog Friendly Hotels in the UK – The Ultimate Guide
The West Arms in Wrexham, North Wales has plenty of warm fires in inglenooks for dogs to stretch out in front of after a long walk in the Berwyn Hills. The food is good and the rooms in the original inn have pretty brass or four-poster beds