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Llindir Inn, Henllan
The thatched Grade II listed Llindir Inn dates from 1229 and is certainly one of the oldest pubs in Wales. It is reputed to be haunted by a ghost thought to be named Sylvia, the wife of a sailor who strangled her after finding her in the arms of another man whilst on unexpected shore leave. Dewi Roberts, in The Old Villages of Denbighshire and Flintshire (1999) describes her as 'an attractive woman in white' and according to Jack Hallam in The Ghosts Who’s Who (1977), scores of visitors have had experiences, including having bed clothes dragged off them and seeing the apparition referred to in his book as the ‘Lady of Llindir’.