A PUB in Rhyl is celebrating its 200th birthday this year, with plans in the pipeline for a party this summer.

Six Bells, on Crescent Road, opened as The Crescent Hotel and Coaching Inn in 1823, and was one of the first inns in Rhyl.

It originally had seven rooms and was one of the town’s most popular pubs/hotels for holidaymakers.


The pub was refurbished in 1996, and was renamed Last Orders – the revamp brought its use as a hotel to an end, remaining a public house.

It was again renamed in 2018, becoming Six Bells.

To honour the landmark birthday, the pub will host a party on June 24, with organisers still planning the event and booking acts.

In a social media post, the owners said: “This year our little pub will be turning 200 years old.

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“So as one of the last back street classic boozers we just have to celebrate this

“In honour of our amazing little pub we will be throwing a birthday party on Saturday, 17 June.

“Happy 200th birthday The Crescent/Last Orders/Six Bells.”