Cross Foxes Pub
A Little History
The Cross Foxes Inn was built by the Williams family, the 18th century owners of the Penbedw estate. The inn served not only as a public house, but also as a butcher – the ancient meat hooks are still present above the bar. The pub served as a post office until the mid 1990’s, when the service moved to the Memorial Hall.
Janet and Tim have managed the pub since January 2013 and would love to see you in the Cross Foxes. There are normally at least two real ales on draught as well as a good choice of lagers, ciders, bottled drinks and shorts – the local rhubarb gin is a particular favourite! You can relax next to one of the two real fires or get involved with the locals – there’s normally someone in for a chat and a pint!
The Cross Foxes is a free house and a proper village pub. It is open daily from 6pm (except Mondays) and is open from midday on Sundays. You can choose between the bar (which also welcomes dogs), the middle bar (for the cosier atmosphere) or the lounge (for a quieter, more relaxed evening).
Food is normally served Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights – there is a varied menu and an extensive specials board, which changes weekly – there’s something for everyone.
Sunday lunch is served from 1pm to 3.45pm. The meat is always locally produced and Janet’s roasties and parsnips are to die for! Sunday lunch costs £9.95 for one course, £12.95 for two courses and £15 for three, with the sticky toffee pudding highly recommended. Booking is advisable.
How to Find Us?
The Cross Foxes, Village Road, Nannerch, CH7 5RF