The Nags Head Inn has been part of Montgomery’s history for over 150 years. A place of fond memories, laughter and life. Garthmyl is one of the most picturesque parts of a beautiful area. So, like every real Welsh village, it needs a pub full of Welsh tradition.
The Nags Head Inn is steeped in all the history you might expect of a rural treasure. Originally known as The Nags Head Hotel, it was formerly a coaching inn for passing trade along the main trunk road from north to south Wales and has always been a destination on the Montgomery Canal.
This is the first opening by Wrexham born chef Bryn Evans, who is renowned for his award winning cooking at some of the best hotels and restaurants in Manchester, including the Michelin starred Juniper restaurant, Obsidian restaurant and Michael Caine’s Abode Hotel.
Bryn grew up in Caergwle and Abergele in North Wales and began his cooking career at the five star Chester Grosvenor Hotel, later moving through the kitchens of the Michelin starred Devonshire Arms, North Yorkshire, Bodysgallen Hall, Llandudno and Harvey Nicholls in Manchester.