The village's only pub is believed to be one of the oldest in Wales. Llindir Inn is a 13th century thatched building, and is well known for its ghost! Dewi Roberts, in his book The Old Villages of Denbighshire and Flintshire, writes how pub-goers have seen 'an attractive woman in white'. She's believed to have been married to a seafarer, and while he was away, she found herself a lover. One winter night her husband took unexpected shore leave, and caught them both 'in the act'. He murdered his wife, and from that moment on, a number of people claim to have seen her. The story attracted so much attention, that it was even part of a television programme back in the sixties.
The Llindir is named after the flax (llin in Welsh) which was once a mainstay crop in these parts. It stands opposite the ancient church of St Sadwrn and its quirky detached tower, perched on a rocky outcrop so that the bells could be heard further away than if they were sited in the church proper.
This woman was murdered in the building by her resentful husband, and is said to now only appear to other women.