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Address: A small and friendly old-style pub dating over 140 years back, Welcome Inn is situated in the city centre and is a place beloved by locals.

They offer great beers, live music most nights, horse race broadcasts and there is always happy crowd of local people that will make visitors feel immediately at home.

From a fine, original Dutch oven in the lounge to the old priest holes hidden in the chimney, every room is full of history and magical stories.

Located in the beautiful village of Bardsey, The Bingley Arms is no ordinary pub.

We serve food all day every day and pride ourselves on using locally sourced produce. We can provide you with a beautiful setting, amazing food and a great selection of drinks.

Or spend the evening in our fully licensed beer garden, with open fire, garden bar and TVs. Our experienced management team will guide you through booking your wedding every step of the way.

Although the exact date of its construction is uncertain, its origins go back to1680 when ‘Good- Will’ Conyngham married sixteen-year-old Ann Upton.

Her father – anxious to ensure that she and any offspring should be kept in the manner to which he thought they should become accustomed - drew up a marriage contract requiring Good Will to build ‘a convenient dwelling house of lime and stone, two stories high with the necessary office houses, gardens and orchards.’ Rising to the challenge, Will erected a handsome tall-roofed house which was added to and lived in by ten subsequent generations of his family, until in 1957 Captain William Lenox – Conyngham bequeathed Springhill and its contents to the National Trust.