Old Post Office1 Milk Street
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Large, brick-built, early-Georgian town centre pub with lots of earlier Tudor features, this hotel/pub dates from the late sixteenth century - the last of 5 public houses on the 50-metre long Milk Street. For much of the 20th century it was a Border Ales of Wrexham house. There is one room, on two levels, with the dining area in one part and different drinking areas in the remainder, all quite comfortable and tastefully done. There are 5 hand-pulls, all with Marstons beer range. The function suite is on the first floor.