Georgia Diebelius of the Mail Online has written an enticing article revealing Britain’s best pub walks, the stunning watering holes where you can enjoy the scenery as well as a pint. We’re over the moon that Georgia has chosen an iFootpath pub walk as one of this elite collection of eight pub walks.
The Corn Mill in Llangollen really deserves its place on the list and we loved creating the dedicated walking route for the pub, a 3 miles circular trail taking in the woodland slopes of Pen-y-Coed. The Mail Online explains, ‘The Corn Mill boasts a fantastic venue in the heart of popular walking routes for those seeking adventure and culture. Llangollen railway, Pontcysllte Aqueduct, Llangollen Wharf, Chirk Castle, Plas Newydd, Valle Crucis abbey and Dinas Bran Castle are all a walk-able seven miles around the fairytale Corn Mill. The all-year-round magical routes, which have been added to a map by iFootpath, are part of stunning Llangollen - and are completed by the beautiful pub which sits firmly on the riverside.’
We know the article has generated lots of interest and we would like to extend a very warm welcome to all the new customers that have discovered iFootpath through the Mail Online. It is lovely to have your company on our walking adventure.
Follow the Corn Mill and Pen-y-Coed route at http://www.ifootpath.com/wrapper?walkID=2595
Read the full Mail Online article at http://www.dailymail.co.uk/travel/travel_news/article-3341316/Britain-s-best-pub-walks-revealed-stunning-watering-holes-enjoy-scenery-pint.html
11 December 2015