- Ship Hotel
In the centre of the village, the ShipHotel has two bars, one with a games area. Excellent food made with fresh locally sourced ingredients is highly recommended. Two handpumps in summer and one in winter dispense local Welsh beer. The village has a bus service but check times first.
- Ty Newydd
The hotel is situated at the centre of a picturesque and historic village at the end of the Llyn Peninsula. Beers are from two local breweries. Freshly caught Bardsey lobster and crab are on the menu, as well as afternoon teas. 11 en-suite bedrooms are available, with stunning sea views. The Wales coastal footpath passes through the village. Bus services run from Pwllheli.
Dog friendly in Yellow Room & on Terrace. Dogs not allowed in bar/restaurant.
- Ship Hotel Aberdaron LL53 8BE ku.oc.noradrebaletohpihseht@sgnikoob(01758) 760204
- Aberdovey Golf Club Station Road Aberdyfi LL35 0RT ku.oc.flogyevodreba@ces(01654) 767493
- Britannia Inn
13 Sea View Terrace
Modern but basic bar within what was originally a 17th century Coaching Inn. Meals served upstairs in dining room overlooking the harbour, as well as in the bar. Three en-suite guest rooms. Up to four guest ales are served from the Marston's stable
- Dovey Inn
8 Sea View Terrace
Large open plan bar that caters for tourists and locals alike.
- Penhelig Arms Hotel
27-29 Terrace Road
Small friendly seaside town hotel by Penhelig harbour with superb views across the Dyfi estuary. The Fisherman's Bar is where locals and visitors congregate to enjoy traditional ales and good bar food. The restaurant is renowned for its fish dishes. The pub is close to Penhelig halt on the scenic Cambrian Coast Railway - don't forget to ask for the train to stop! May close earlier in winter.
35-36 Bodorgan Square
Traditional coastal village pub, which now benefits from a complete refurbishment. Popular with both locals and visitors who are walking the Anglesey coastal path.Located in the village square, near bus stop and Post Office/shop. Welcoming cosy bright lounge bar, separate games room, and also a good sized dining room, with access to secluded rear garden area. Plenty of tables, and secure bicycle parking. On bus routes 25 and 42.
Hours shown are for Summer 2019 and are subject to change. See website or phone to check current hours. Opening and food times will be shorter during winter months particularly Sunday, Monday & Tuesday.
- Crown 35-36 Bodorgan Square Aberffraw LL63 5BX moc.warffrebanworceht@droldnal(01407) 840222
- Railway Inn
Hospitable community local in the centre of the village not far from the Talyllyn Railway. You can still see the remains of the old incline that brought goods traffic down from the railway to the village. Excellent food is served and, following a refit, the range of beers is set to increase. The pub has stunning views of the nearby hills and there is wonderful walking nearby.
- Railway Inn Lichfield Terrace Abergynolwyn LL36 9YW (01654) 782744
- St Tudwal's Inn
Hotel with restaurant and bar
- Sun Inn
Family run traditional locals pub offering home-made food and guest ales.
Large popular pub with bar and restaurant, offering good range of guest real ales.
- St Tudwal's Inn Stryd Fawr Abersoch LL53 7DS ku.oc.hcosrebaslawdutts@ofni(01758) 228349
- Dinorben Arms Hotel
Hotel with restaurant and bar offering locally brewed guest ales.
- Kings Head Hotel Salem Street Amlwch LL68 9BP (01407) 839164
- Market Tavern
26 Mona Street
New management from November 2018. Opening hours are from their Facebook but may be subject to change.
- Dinorben Arms Hotel Dinorben Square Amlwch LL68 9AL ku.oc.oohay@smranebronid(01407) 830358
- Amlwch Port
- Adelphi Vaults
Built in the 1800s This nautically themed two room pub is near to the the old port. Nearby are several museums depicting the past copper industry. The pub has two ever changing beers. The food is locally sourced such as seafood from the local port, and is served between Easter and late autumn. It is situated on the Anglesey coastal path. Check with pub for winter opening hours.
- Liverpool Arms
Main opening times quoted are winter hours and the pub closing time may be a little variable. Summer hours apply to Easter and then peak summer months. Food is available winter for special occasions such as Rugby matches, and in summer most of the time until around 8pm, but fairly flexible. Please phone to check.
- Adelphi Vaults Quay Street Amlwch Port LL68 9HD (01407) 831754
- Albion Hotel
160 High Street
Traditional hotel with simple (not en-suite) rooms and bar.
- Belle Vue
Busy pub, popular with locals and students.
- Black Bull Inn (Tarw Du)
107 High Street
Wetherspoon's pub in a converted church and presbytery at the top of the High Street. It has spacious drinking areas and an outside patio overlooking upper Bangor and the university. Popular with students, it is very busy during term time. Draught cider is regularly available. A lift provides disabled access.
- Blue Sky Bar & Cafe 236 High Street Bangor LL57 1PA 07415 845599
Formerly the Union Garth, this large multi-roomed pub is in lower Bangor. It has been refurbished and now has a well-appointed restaurant and pleasant seating areas. The garden area overlooks the sea and Penrhyn Harbour. Guest beers are usually from the Marston's range. The Boatyard is popular with clubs, students and locals.
Large busy pub offering food and a choice of real ale, and is a music venue in the evenings.
- Feral Cat
161 High Street
Situated in the High Street where the nightlife is lively, The bar can be busy at times, especially with students in term time. When available beers are from local breweries such as Purple Moose and Conwy, and food is served throughout the day. There is a pleasant outdoor seating area at the back.
Traditional pub popular with locals and students.
- Harp Inn
80-82 High Street
One of the oldest pubs in Bangor, now a free house. Popular with students, it has a large open plan bar area with steps leading to a games room and a small snug to the side of the bar. Busy during term time. There is a covered outdoor drinking and smoking area above the pub. There is a poular quiz un on a Sunday night.
Craig Y Don Road
Biker-friendly pub overlooking the Menai Straits, with bar food, a beer garden and cosy B&B rooms.
- Mostyn Arms
27 Ambrose Street
This small, friendly back-street pub has a pool area, lounge space with Sky Sports and a small bar. No food is served. Note the selective opening hours.
59 Holyhead Road
Situated in upper Bangor, this lively Irish themed bar is popular with both locals and the students of Bangor University. The bar has numerous TV's displaying sporting events. On the bar are usually two locally sourced ales and two regional. On bus route towards Menai Straits, and near to the railway station. Note the late opening hours for sports and late night drinking.
374 High Street
Often 2 local ales.
- Tap & Spile
Busy pub attracting locals, students and visitors to Bangor, with a changing range of up to six real ales from different breweries. It enjoys excellent views of the magnificent pier, Menai Straits and over to Beaumaris. Good wholesome food including vegetarian options is served at sensible prices, and seven letting rooms are available. CAMRA Local Branch Pub of the Year for 2010.
146-148 High Street
Large busy student bar offering good value food, real ale and real cider.
- Waterloo Inn Old Vicarage Waterloo Street Bangor LL57 1DS (01248) 355520
- Albion Hotel 160 High Street Bangor LL57 1NU (01248) 208556
- Last Inn
One of Wales’ most famous and atmospheric pubs, dating back to the 15th century when it began life as a shoemaker’s home. Now, the retained original features add to the overall and unique appeal of The Last Inn; a perennially firm favourite with local residents and returning tourists.
- Min-Y-Mor Hotel
Hotel bar at the north end of town near the beach. The bar is open to all and has two pool tables. Breakfasts are served between 8.30 and 9.30am and the restaurant is open from 6-9pm.
- Myrddins Bar Caffi
Staffordshire House, Church Street
Small café and Microbrewery. Cask ale is available as well as a large selection of local bottle conditioned ales and bottled ciders. It is possible to visit it without having to order food.
- Royal Hotel
This pub is located underneath the main hotel with access from the main road. The hotel has recently had a major refurbishment done on the structure and the kitchens. The pub is a dual layered bar with main bar next to the pub entrance, a second lower level is primarily for the use of the pool table. There is also a beer garden to the rear of the pub. Beers are usually sourced from welsh breweries but occasionally come from just over the border.
- Tal-Y-Don Hotel
Former Burtonwood pub that has been a noted real ale venue for decades. Although it does accomodation it is much more a proper pub than just a hotel bar. Two guests from the Marston's stable usually available all year.
Once known as The Crown, the Tilman takes its name from a local explorer/sailing hero, H.W.(Bill) Tilman. Newly renovated town centre bar with modern fittings, plus covered outdoor seating at front, and also a rear outdoor area. Accommodation comprises eleven en-suite rooms.
- Last Inn Church Street Barmouth LL42 1EL (01341) 280530
- Bold Arms
6 Church Street
Family run Marstons hotel with large bar, with pool, sports TV and live music.
- Bulkeley Hotel
19 Castle Street
An elegant grade 1 listed Georgian building, originally built to accommodate Princess Victoria's attendance of the opening of the Britannia Bridge in 1832. Now a hotel with a restaurant, coffee shop, Real Ale bar and lounge. The coffee shop is open 9am-6pm.
- Castle Court Hotel
Situated in the centre of this historic town,and overlooking the castle,this Guesthouse was originally called the White Lion Hotel.The present owners have renovated the Reception and Dining areas.It has a small beer garden at the rear,but in Spring and Summer the courtyard area is used as an outdoor seating area.Facers Splendid Ale is served pemenently plus one guest beer from small independent breweries.Lunchtime meals are served from 12 until Three,but only in the school holidays.
- George & Dragon Hotel
A traditional town centre pub allegedly dating back to 1410 with many beams and an old fireplace. Popular with locals and tourists, and offers traditional pub food and a choice of real ales.
- Liverpool Arms Hotel
Family run hotel dating back to 1706, now an elegant Georgian fronted building. Offers home cooked traditional pub food in the bar.
- Midland Tapas & Wine Bar
38 Castle Street
Situated on the left hand side of the main street as you approach from Menai Bridge.As the name implies the old midland bank has been tastefully converted into a comfortable and spacious bar and restaurant.There is bar seating for drinkers set in an open plan area.Three real ales are available.Winter opening hours are 12 til 3 and 5 til 11. Near to the castle and other historic places in Beaumaris it is well worth a visit.
- Olde Bulls Head Inn
Grade II-listed building that was the original posting house of the borough. In 1645 General Mytton, a parliamentarian, commandeered the inn while his forces laid siege to the nearby castle. The Royalists surrendered on 25 June 1646. Dr Johnson and Charles Dickens were famous guests and each bedroom is named after a Dickens character. The beamed bar has a large open fire. Parking is limited.
- Bold Arms 6 Church Street Beaumaris LL58 8AA ku.oc.smradlob@liam(01248) 810313
- Prince Llewelyn Hotel
Described on their website as "a modest & friendly budget hotel". Offers home cooked traditional food.
- Royal Goat Hotel
A family run hotel offering food prepared from fresh, seasonal, locally sourced produce.
- Saracens Head
Attractive hotel with gardens and patio overlooking the River Colwyn. The interior is very comfortably furnished throughout to help customers enjoy their dining / drinking experience in pleasant surroundings. The hotel bar offers up to four Robinson's beers but note the house Faithful Gelert is probably rebadged Double Hop. An excellent base from which to explore one of the most beautiful areas in Wales if not the world.
500 metres from the Welsh Highland Railway.
- Tanronnen Inn
Tucked into the heart of this beautiful village and close to the confluence of the rivers Colwyn and Glaslyn, the Tanronnen is a cosy welcoming place to visit or stay. There are two bars serving a choice of 3-4 real ales from the Robinsons range plus a plushly furnished lounge with an open fire for colder days. Close to many attractions including the Welsh Highland Railway (370m), it serves as a comfortable base from which to get out and explore.
- Prince Llewelyn Hotel Smith Street Beddgelert LL55 4LT moc.liamg@seiriuqnenylewellecnirpeht(01766) 890242
- Benllech Hotel
A tourist pub close to Benllech Beach, caravan park and country walks which serves traditional pub food and a range of cask ales. Also a lively sports pub with pub games such as darts and pool. Beer garden and patio area to the front of the pub.
- Breeze Hill Hotel
Family hotel with sea view over Benllech, a long-term member of the Robinson's estate, large car park, good quality lunches and evening meals regularly served. Breakfast can be ordered by non-residents.
- Benllech Hotel Beach Road Benllech LL74 8SW ku.oc.buphcellnebeht@ofni(01248) 853403
- Bull Inn 69 High Street Bethesda LL57 3AR (01248) 600438
- Douglas Arms Hotel
High St Bethesda (A5)
Built in 1820, this was an important coaching inn on the historic Telford post route from London to Holyhead. The Grade ll-listed building is recognised by CAMRA as having a nationally important historic pub interior. The four-room interior has not changed since the 1930s and includes a snug, lounges and a large tap room with a full-size snooker table. Bethesda is convenient for buses to the Ogwen Valley and the surrounding mountains.
- Kings Head
A friendly locals pub on Bethesda High Street. The pub serves two ales, one locally sourced ale and another national brewery. There is also a good selection of whiskeys available. The pub offers various traditional games such as dominoes, darts and pool.
- Llangollen Hotel High Street Bethesda LL57 3AN (01248) 600 2588
- Victoria Hotel High Street Bethesda LL57 3AN (01248) 600481
- Y Sior
35-37 Carneddi Road
A friendly locals pub in the village of Caerneddi just outside Bethesda. Ideally based for hill walkers walking on the Caerneddau range. A few minutes drive from the A5 with plenty of parking near by . A great pub for pub offering a variety of ales from the Marstons range as well as locally brewed ales.
- Blaenau Ffestiniog
- Newborough Arms
Welcoming locals' pub just off the main road with a separate restaurant offering a good menu and Sunday carvery. A quiz is hosted on Tuesday and live sport is often shown. The pub is family-friendly with a beer garden and children's play area. A mild is always available along with a Purple Moose beer. The nearby station is on the Welsh Highland Railway.
- Newborough Arms Bontnewydd LL55 2UG (01286) 673126
- Borth Y Gest
- Tyddyn Llwyn Hotel Morfa Bychan Road Borth Y Gest LL49 9UR (01766) 513903
- Cross Foxes
A newly refurbished grade II-listed building situated near the foot of Cader Idris mountain and four miles from the historic town of Dolgellau.Beers are usually from Cader Ales and other local microbreweries.Breakfast is served from 8.00am and meals are available all day until 9pm.Dogs are welcome in the bar area.The hotel has welsh Tourist Board five star grading.Bus services T2 pass by,but please check times.
- Cross Foxes Brithdir LL40 2SG (01341) 421001
- Peniarth Arms Bryncrug LL36 9PH moc.tcennoctb@ttocsbsm(01654) 711505
- Y Groeslon A4080 Brynsiencyn LL61 6TU moc.liamg@nolseorgy(01248) 430036
- California B5108 Brynteg LL78 8JQ (01248) 852360
- Bull Bay
- Trecastell Hotel Bull Bay Bull Bay LL68 9SA ku.oc.yabllubletohlletsacert@ofni(01407) 832758
- Anglesey Arms Hotel
An ancient pub in a superb location with amazing views across the Menai Sraits to Anglesey.Built against the town walls and next to Caernarfon Castle,the Anglsey attracts a mix of locals and visitors.Sitting outside on the seawall,the birdlife and sunsets are breathtaking.The Welsh Highland Railway is half a mile away.
- Bar Bach
Tan y Bont / Greengate Street
Under the looming shadow of Caernarfons imposing castle lies the self-proclaimed smallest bar in Wales - note it does not claim to be the smallest pub in Wales. As a business it is part of the popular Caffi Maes on Castle Square but for this bar you go around the corner to where a narrow entrance gives access to a charmingly intimate bar. While it does indeed occupy a small area it is deceptive in that it leads to another longer room on a lower level with upper floors where the caffi operates. The bar itself looks as though it has existed for decades, maybe much longer, rather than being a fairly recent (2014) contrivance. There is plenty of exposed stonework, a small fireplace, and dark wooden furniture of different styles that give it a well lived-in feel. Inevitably there are pictures of the great castle on the walls. While there is a TV, this thoughtful creation, if only by its size, is likely to bring people together in conversation over a pint of a local brew. Handy for the Welsh Highland Railway and other local attractions.
- Black Boy Inn
The pub is set within the town walls between the marina and castle. This historic town, a World Heritage Site, is well worth a visit, ending with a welcome pint at the Black Boy. The public bar and small lounge are warmed by roaring fires. Good-value food is served and the guest beer usually comes from Purple Moose. There is a drinking area outside on the traffic-free street. A previous local CAMRA award winner.
- Castell Castle Square Caernarfon LL55 2NN (01286) 677970
- Four Alls
Hole In The Wall Street
Picturesquely located in the Old Town area of Caernarfon, inside the town walls and close to the castle. It dates back at least to Georgian times, and is possibly even older than that. Acquired by Robinson's family brewery in November 2017, and sensitive!y refurbished by them in 2018, coinciding with the brewery's 180th anniversary. A selection of Robinson's cask ales is always available, as are good quality lunches and evening meals.
- Old Market Hall
A new pub and restaurant that has opened in the historical Old Market Hall in the town of Caernarfon. the pub cellars are in the old tunnels beneath the town. The basement was the first licensed basement in the United Kingdom for the storage of imported alcohol. dating from the early 19th century. A quantity of papers relating to Guinness has been found there.
- Palace Vaults 22 Palace Street Caernarfon LL55 1RR (01286) 672093
- Ship & Castle Hotel Bangor Street Caernarfon LL55 1AT (01286) 672303
- Tafarn Y Porth
7-9 Eastgate Street
Friendly, welcoming Wetherspoon pub opposite the town walls and close to the castle. It has a large open-plan interior and a spacious partly covered courtyard outside with plenty of seating. The real ale range often includes a beer from the Big Bog Brewing Company. The pub's location is handy for the Welsh Highland Railway, which takes you to the heart of Snowdonia.
- Yr Alex
A recently re opened locals pub nearby the Morrissons roundabout. Draught Bass usually available. Limited parking in front of the pub but plenty up the one way road up to the right of the pub. A small underpass to cross the busy road is available to those off to sample other bars in the area.
- Anglesey Arms Hotel Slate Quay Caernarfon LL55 2PB (01286) 672158
- Cemaes Bay
- Stag Inn High Street Cemaes Bay LL67 0EW (01407) 711018
- Hafan y Mor Holiday Park
The Holiday Park is generally open from mid March to the beginning of November. Check website for actual dates.
There are three bars. The Board Walk is near the entrance but had no real ale in 2019. The Coast House and the neighbouring HMS Glendower, both about 700m into the park over the railway line, had real ale in 2019.
- Hafan y Mor Holiday Park Chwilog LL53 6HX (01758) 612112
- Bryn Hir Arms
Basic 2 room pub with outdoor drinking area.
- Castle Inn
1 Parciau Terrace
Traditional three-roomed pub just off the A497 Porthmadog to Pwlleli road, catering for locals and tourists alike. Three handpumps dispense a range of beers from regional and local brewers. Less range in Winter. Home cooked food. Well served by public transport; the Cambrian Coast Railway Station is less than 100 metres away. There is a small outdoor drinking area in front of the pub. Open 12 til 2 and 5 til 11 Wed til Sat, and 12 til 2 on Sunday during the Winter.
- Lion Hotel
The "Inn on the Green" bar is open to non-residents. In the ‘Mane Place’ popular lounge bar, guests can enjoy a drink from the well stocked bar with a choice of real local guest ales. A large selection of home cooked dishes and snacks can be ordered every day from noon until 8.30pm (summer only; winter weekdays hours reduced). Traditional Sunday carvery. 46 en-suite bedrooms.
- Prince Of Wales Hotel
Please note that during the quiet times in winter weekday opening may be a little later.
- Bryn Hir Arms Bryn Hir Criccieth LL52 0AR (01766) 522493
- Wellington Inn
Friendly locals pub situated on the main high street in Deiniolen. Ample parking spaces opposite the pub.
- Wellington Inn High Street Deiniolen LL55 3HR
- Dinas Dinlle
- Plastan Dinas & Dingles Plastan Dinas Dinas Dinlle LL54 5TW (01286) 830266
- Dinas Mawddwy
- Buckley Arms
An impressive Grade II building found just off the A470, midway between Dolgellau and Machynlleth. Mainly catering for hotel guests, the bar is open to the general public on Friday and Saturday evenings although it is worth calling ahead to be accommodated outside of these times. From the main entrance, doors lead in to a porch with a door with stained leaded panels leading through to the hallway. To the right is a spacious lounge with wood flooring, large bay windows, feature marble fireplace and sofa seating. To the left of the hallway is the bar and restaurant, a traditional-styled room with wood burning stove, timber floors, timber bar servery and seating.
- Red Lion
The Red Lion can be found just off the main road in the heart of Dinas Mawddwy and has a traditional feel where this inn’s history envelopes you from the second you walk in. An impressive fire place greets you, adorned like much is the building in relics of its fascinating past. There are 6 letting rooms available and it's a useful base to explore the local area.
- Buckley Arms Top Minllyn Dinas Mawddwy SY20 9LP ku.oc.smrayelkcubeht@ofni(01650) 531261
- Cross Keys Inn
Old Stone built pub with a cosy bar at the front and a larger room at the rear with a pool table. No food is provided but they will provide plates and cutlery for food bought in. May close earlier in winter.
- Gwernan Hotel Dolgellau LL40 1TL (01341) 422488
- Royal Ship Hotel
A recently renovated Grade II listed 19th century coaching inn with several bars and lounges, and a restaurant. Ideally located for visitors walking in the Cadair Idris Range. Up to four Robinson's beers available.
- Stag Inn
Former Burtonwood pub. Two rotating guest ales are from the Marston Stable. Food is currently mainly lunchtime Sunday roasts and themed nights.
- Torrent Walk Hotel
An 18th-century hotel in the narrow town centre streets, it retains most of its multi-roomed interior with old fireplaces, but the bar fittings date from c.1970. Note the good 'Coffee Room' etched panel in the door from the lobby to the right room. A real cider is always served and up to five ales mostly from local breweries.Dolgellau is an ideal base for walking in the Cadar Idris area.
- Unicorn Inn
Re-opened March 2018 as the tap house for the local Cader Ales Brewery. As of September 2019 there are four handpumps serving local ales and regional ales on a rotating basis.
- Cross Keys Inn Mill Street Dolgellau LL40 1EY (01341) 423342
- Pilot Boat Inn
Friendly rural family pub with a play area and converted double decker bus to keep children amused. Originally a cottage-type building, now much extended, the lounge features an unusual bar created from half a boat. The pub is much used by walkers - the coastal path passes through the car park. It is worth visiting Mynydd Bodafan for its spectacular views and Traeth Lligwy for the sands. Meals are served all day.
- Pilot Boat Inn Dulas LL70 9EX (01248) 410205
- Dyffryn Ardudwy
- Ship Inn Lon Gerddi Edern LL53 8YP (01758) 720559
- Fairbourne Golf Club
Penrhyn Drive North
A golf club bar that is open to the passing public. There’s a lovely view from the outside decking looking back towards Barmouth, a great place to sup a pint on a sunny day!
- Fairbourne Golf Club Penrhyn Drive North Fairbourne LL38 2DJ moc.oohay@flogenruobriaf(01341) 250979
- Four Mile Bridge
- Anchorage Hotel
Four Mile Bridge
Family-run hotel situated on Holy Island close to Trearddur Bay. It has a large, comfortable lounge bar and a dining area serving a wide selection of meals. The hotel is near some fine sandy beaches and coastal walks. Its proximity to the A55 makes it a useful stopping-off point for Holyhead Port.
- Anchorage Hotel Four Mile Bridge LL65 2EZ (01407) 740168
- Goat Glandwyfach Garndolbenmaen LL51 9LJ (01766) 530237
- Brondanw Arms
Known locally as the Ring (originally a quayside pub), the Brondanw Arms is close to Plas Brondanw, where lived Clough Williams-Ellis who designed and built Portmeirion, which is only a few miles away. The pub is friendly and cosy, and offers good food. There is a beer garden behind. Beer range may be expanded in summer.
- Brondanw Arms A4085 Garreg LL48 6AQ (01766) 770555
- Gazelle Hotel
Spectacularly situated on the shore of the Menai Straits, the pub has a view across the Strait to Bangor Pier. Quality lunches and evening meals served every day. Very attractive garden at the back, although it's rather steep!
- Gazelle Hotel Glyngarth LL59 5PD moc.liamg@ianemellezag(01248) 713364
- Tafarn Pennionyn Caernarfon Road Groeslon LL54 7DY (01286) 830743
- Branwen Hotel
Warm and welcoming family-run hotel and bar overlooked by Harlech Castle. The hotel is named after a princess whose tales are found in a collection of Welsh myths known as Y Mabinogion. The popular and stylish bar offers a wide range of cask ales as well as foreign beers. A large selection of wines and malt whiskies is also stocked. Ask for your favourite malt - they are sure to have it. A former local CAMRA award winner.
- Queens Hotel Ffordd Morfa Harlech LL46 2UF moc.liamg@senojuolhcar(01766) 780480
- Branwen Hotel Ffordd Newydd Harlech LL46 2UB ku.oc.letohnewnarb@ofni(01766) 780477
Situated in the centre of town. Main small room with central bar as you enter the pub.
- Holland Inn
Hylands Rhos Y Gaer Terrace
Friendly Lees pub very close to the station, with a plethora of football and rugby memorabilia around the walls. One cask ale is served, permanently Lees Moonraker, locally known as 'Black Death'. Filled rolls are available.
- Kings Arms
Completely refurbished by the present owner with 7 en-suite bedrooms. Selling two local real ales. Reputed to have been used by smugglers in the past, with a tunnel from the harbour!
- Paddlers Return
A friendly cosy rustic bar, with eclectic decor that serves food during opening times. Located on the site of the Anglesey Outdoors residential activity centre, and camping site. Popular with kayakers, as Porth Dafarch is about 1km away. Please see website for up to date opening hours - seasonal.
- Gleesons Stanley Street Holyhead LL65 1HG (01407) 762086
- Llan Ffestiniog
- Y Pengwern
This is a community run pub situated in an old drovers inn. Two beers are served, one is either Seithenyn or Glaslyn or Beachcomber, the other is from other local breweries like Ogwen, Llyn, Lleu, Cader, Ial, Heavy Industry and Montys, or guests from South Wales. The pub is an ideal stop if walking in the local area. There is a bus stop right outside.
- Y Pengwern Church Square Llan Ffestiniog LL41 4PB moc.liamg@lodenumycnrewgnep(01766) 762200
- Ty Dderw Country Inn Llanallgo Llanallgo LL72 8HB (01248) 410777
- Ty Mawr Hotel
Small country hotel set in its own grounds. The modern lounge bar has a slate-flagged floor and cosy wood-burning stove. Unusual flying memorabilia reflect connections with the local airfield. French windows open out on a veranda and landscaped terrace with seating. A beer festival is held in a marquee on the lawn each year. Popular with locals and walkers, dogs and children are welcome. Meals are served all day.
- Victoria Inn
A traditional pub situated in the small Welsh village of Llanbedr the banks of the River Artro. Once a coach house this pub retains a lot of its original features including a settle bar with a roaring log fire, antique furnishings and stone flagged floors. Sunday roasts and children's menu with outside play area in the large riverside beer garden.
- Ty Mawr Hotel Llanbedr LL45 2HH (01341) 241440
- Glyn Y Weddw Arms
Dog friendly Pub, serves Robinsons Real ale and other various drinks.
Carvery available on Thursdays 5-8pm and 12-8pm on Sundays.
- Ship Inn
Former Burtonwood pub that still retains a public bar.
Summer hours refer to summer school holidays
- Glyn Y Weddw Arms Abersoch Road Llanbedrog LL53 7TH (01758) 740212
Hotel bar on the Caernarfon road just to the West of Llanberis.
Open Permanently from Easter onward. Real ale may be available during busy tourist times.
74 High Street
The Heights has been completely refurbished downstairs with bistro-style decor. There are several dining areas away from the main bar and a larger conservatory room to the rear. In the centre of Llanberis, the pub is well situated for walking, the Snowdon Railway, visiting the slate museum and the Dinorwic Power Station. One of the beers is usually a local ale.
- Mount Pleasant Hotel High Street Llanberis LL55 4HA (01286) 870395
- Padarn Hotel
A recently refurbished hotel in the centre of the village. a lively sports bar and main bar are welcoming and offer up to two locally sourced ales. the bistro menu is also available in the sports bar. Breakfast is served from 7am
- Royal Victoria Hotel
41A High Street
Town edge Hotel in commanding position with views of Snowdon. Opposite the Snowdon Mountain Railway Teminus. Pleasant bar area separate from the main restaurants. Three cask ales are available.Usually from Conwy Brewery.
- Gallt-Y-Glyn A4086 Llanberis LL55 4EL (01286) 870370
- Owain Glyndwr
Originally cottages and a shop, this multi-room pub opened in 1981. It has a bar area, games room, lounge and dining area, and hosts live music every other Saturday. One beer is available in winter and two in summer, all from micro-breweries. Dogs are welcome in the drinking areas. The pub is in the centre of the village, close to the beach and the Anglesey Coastal Path.
- Owain Glyndwr Beaumaris Llanddona LL58 8UF (01248) 810710
- Twr Cyhelun Arms
Twr Cyheluh Street
Situated in the heart of the island, Twr Cyhelun means Holly Tower. This friendly local is well worth a visit. The pub has a main bar, snug, games room and a dining area with real fires creating a cosy, welcoming environment. Guest beers are supplied by JW Lees. Food is served all day at weekends. Llanerch-y-Medd is on a cycle route and near to Llyn Alaw.
- Twr Cyhelun Arms Twr Cyheluh Street Llanerch-y-Medd LL71 8DB (01248) 470340
- Holland Hotel
Description: Traditional village pub with rooms. Small front bar with dart board & games machine, side dining room warmed by log burner, rear room with TV, separate pool room with TV. Four letting rooms
- Holland Hotel Valley Road Llanfachraeth LL65 4UH moc.liamg@1letohdnalloh(01407) 238181
- Llanfair NB
- Gwesty Cymyran
Modern purpose-built hotel and restaurant, opened in April 2008 in Llanfair yn Neubwll, about 1/2 mile from RAF Valley. The Arena restaurant is open for light lunches and dinner, and the front bar area is open all day to non-residents. Also conference rooms, with accommodation comprising 35 rooms.
- Gwesty Cymyran Llanfair NB LL65 3LD (01407) 742858
- Carreg Bran Hotel Church Lane Llanfairpwll LL61 5YH (01248) 719134
- Tafarn Ty Gwyn 8 Ffordd Caergybi Llanfairpwllgwyngych LL61 5UJ (01248) 713990
- Penrhos Arms Ffordd Caergybi Llanfairpwllgwyngyll LL61 5YQ moc.tcennoctb@letohsmrasohrnep(01248) 714892
- Bull Hotel Bulkley Square Llangefni LL77 7LR moc.niarbas@letohllub(01248) 722119
- Foundry Vaults High Street Llangefni LL77 7LT (01248) 724512
- Market Vaults
Opening hours may be shorter than stated.
- Railway Inn
48-50 High Street
Classic friendly small-town pub with a warm welcome, next to the old railway station, displaying photographs of the railway and old Llangefni. The main bar is hewn out of the stone wall. Near the centre of this county town, the pub is also close to Oriel Mon (museum) where you can find out about the history of Anglesey, see Tunnicliffes bird books and pictures and view Sir Kyffin Williams paintings.
This spacious local is situated just outside the village. It offers a games room, comfortable bar area and lounge, and a children's playground. Open all year round, it is handy for Llanberis, Padarn Lake, Snowdon Mountain Railway and the National Park. Meals are served lunchtime and evening every day. The pub is well served by buses.
- Penbont Inn Rhes Rhythallt Llanrug LL55 4AY firstname.lastname@example.org(01286) 238975
- Glyntwrog Caernarfon Road Llanrug LL55 4AN (01286) 671191
- Tafarn Y Plu
Historic inn with small dining room. Small bar on right, full of pub paraphernalia and real fire, together with cosy rear dining room. Additional room on left. Popular with locals. Changing beers usually from Conwy & Llyn breweries. Also a Welsh cider in the summer.
- Tafarn Y Plu Llanystumdwy Llanystumdwy LL52 0SH (01766) 523276
- Tafarn Y Fic B4417 Llithfaen LL53 6PA moc.cifynrafat@afddyws(01758) 750473
- Garthangharad Hotel
The only pub for miles around, the Garthangharad Hotel (circa 1736, extended to a hotel in 1840) is situated in the centre of the village, just over the Afon Gwril river bridge from the local shop. Comprising a front lounge, rear bar, and outside courtyard / beer garden with picnic tables. Pub food, and accommodation available. Ten minutes walk from railway halt on Cambrian Coast line, and bus stop service 28 nearby.
Hours shown are winter hours; check pub's website for other hours.
- Garthangharad Hotel Llwyngwyril LL37 2UZ (01341) 251255
- Grapes Hotel
A former coaching inn, this hotel dates back to the 17th century and overlooks the Vale of Ffestiniog. The interior comprises a lounge, public bar, veranda and large dining room. Most of the beers are locally sourced.There is a sheltered beer garden at the rear of the hotel.The village is an ideal spot for visiting this beautiful area.
- Grapes Hotel Maentwrog LL41 4HN (01766) 590365
- Brigands Inn
A prominent 15th Century Coaching Inn found in the heart of the Cambrian Mountains, sitting on the upper banks of the River Dovey. It started life as a hostelry on a major coaching route through central Wales. The building is rendered and painted white, with slate roofs and the main entrance to the hotel is through a central gabled porch. There are spacious bedrooms, all with individual character. The Inn specialises in using local produce in the meals. Cask ale range varies.
- Brigands Inn Mallwyd SY20 9HJ (01650) 511999
- Parciau Arms Marianglas LL73 8NY (01248) 853766
- Menai Bridge
- Anglesey Arms
Dating back more than 200 years, this old coaching house has recently been completely refurbished. Just over Telford's famous suspension bridge, it is on the main route to Holyhead and ideally situated for Snowdonia, the Llyn Peninsula, the resorts of Anglesey and the Irish Ferries. Guest beers and seasonal ales are from the JW Lees list and local produce is used in most meals. The large rear rooms are available for functions.
- Auckland Arms
13 Water Street
Around 120 years old, the hotel is in a superb location, close to the pier and the Strait. The busy bar, popular with students, has two pool tables and a range of pub games including a popular Monday night quiz. Open mike night is Thursday. Food is available lunchtimes and evenings seven days a week. Beers change constantly but often come from Greene King. There is a patio and garden, and comfortable B&B accommodation. Check opening hours out of term time.
- Bulkeley Arms
Y Garn Uxbridge Square
Pub situated in the centre of town. Recently refurbished etc. with open plan area around the bar. There is a step down area at the back to room with pool table. There is a pleasant beer garden at the rear. Car parking is in public one at rear of pub. Near to Menai Straits and other local amenities.
- Four Crosses
Large open plan pub at the top of the hill above Menai Bridge on Amlwch Road. Very popular at all times for meals and can get very busy early evenings,especially in school holidays. Other guest beers are from the Robinsons list. The beer garden outside has wonderful views of the Snowdonia mountains. Ample parking outside.
- Liverpool Arms
St. George's Pier
Recently refurbished to a high standard,the Livvy now has four cask ales on offer and serves good-quality home cooked food.This nautically themed pub is frequented by locals,students in term time and the local sailing fraternity.A short walk takes you beneath the famous suspension bridge.Close to the quay for local seasonal tourist boats.Near to the Anglesey and Welsh coast foot paths.
- Tafarn y Bont (Bridge Inn)
Mid 19th-century former shop and tea rooms, close to the famous bridge, now a brasserie-style pub with an excellent restaurant. A beamed interior, log fires and numerous hideaway rooms give the pub an old-fashioned feel. Snowdonia is a short drive away and the Anglesey Coastal Path is close. A former local CAMRA award winner.
- Victoria Hotel
Situated 300 metres from the Menai Suspension Bridge, this 19-room hotel overlooks the Straits and affords delightful views from the garden and patio. It is licensed for weddings and has a spacious function room with wide-screen HD TV for sport. Live music is a regular added attraction. There is easy access to Snowdonia and the hotel is near the Anglesey Coastal Path.
- Anglesey Arms Mona Road Menai Bridge LL59 5EA (01248) 712305
- Moelfre Bay
- Kinmel Arms Hotel Moelfre Bay Moelfre Bay LL72 8HH (01248) 410231
- Morfa Nefyn
- Cliffs Inn Lon Bridin Morfa Nefyn LL53 6BY moc.liamg@nyfenafromsffilceht(01758) 720356
- Nant Gwynant
Built in 1810 and Grade II-listed, this famous hotel is situated in the heart of Snowdonia. It was used by the team who made the first ascent of Everest. The Everest room has famous signatures on the ceiling and there are two other small rooms plus a dining room. The hotel is featured in CAMRA's Real Heritage Pubs of Wales and Great British Pubs. Please note that winter opening is restricted but the bar does open for festivities over the New Year.
- Pen-y-Gwryd Nant Gwynant LL55 4NT (01286) 870211
- Nant Peris
- Vaynol Arms Nant Peris Nant Peris LL55 4UF (01286) 872672
- Bragdy Llyn
Ffordd Dewi Sant
A friendly bar located within the Cwrw Llyn Brewery. It is open to the public all year round. Normal closing is 5pm although may close later on Fridays and Saturdays depending on customer needs. Brewery tours are available on request where a short film can be seen as well as tasters of the core range of ales.Near to the coast and village of National Trust village of Porthdinllaen.
- Nanhoron Arms Hotel Ffordd Dewi Sant Nefyn LL53 6EA (01758) 720203
- Bragdy Llyn Ffordd Dewi Sant Nefyn LL53 6EG (01758) 721981
- White Lion
The White Lion is over 200 years old and is situated in the village of Newborough, close to the forest and beautiful beach and Llanddwyn Island. The current owners bought the pub in 2010 and continue to upgrade our facilities. People and well-behaved dogs are assured of a warm welcome. Food is served - 'phone for times. Meals and snacks can be eaten in the pub, the dining room or in the beer garden.
- White Lion Newborough LL61 6SH (01248) 440143
- George The Third Hotel
The George III Hotel welcomes non-residents to its bars and the hotel has long been a popular haunt with local residents and those visiting the area on holiday.
The main bar, ‘The Dresser Bar’, provides a wide range of drinks from local cask ales and spirits to popular lagers and ciders, as well as an extensive wine list and hot drinks. Built from an old Welsh dresser, The Dresser Bar has wonderful views of the Mawddach Estuary and offers guests the perfect place to relax over drinks or dinner.
The Cellar Bar sits on the estuary’s edge and offers a more informal, family-friendly environment to enjoy a catch up on the day’s events. Like in the Dresser Bar, a wide range of local cask ales are always available and a well-priced food menu makes the Cellar Bar popular with hikers, dog-lovers and families.
On the first Friday of the month, the Cellar Bar also hosts a group of local musicians who provide a lively mix of traditional and modern music for all to enjoy.
- George The Third Hotel Penmaenpool LL40 1YD bup.drihtehtegroeg@ofni(01341) 422525
- Riverside Hotel
The Glan Yr Afon/Riverside is 16th century grade II listed building. It lies at the centre of the picturesque village of Pennal adjacent to the River Sychan (which runs into the River Dyfi) and directly opposite the historic St. Peter ad Vincula Church. The focus at this family run country pub is the a la carte menu which is changed seasonally, and served in the restaurant, which seats 50 guests in one sitting. Convenient for the Wales Coast Path, and X29 bus stop close by.
- Riverside Hotel Pennal SY20 9DW ku.oc.lannep-letohedisrevir@ofni(01654) 791285
- Y Dderwen (The Oak) High Street Penrhyndeudraeth LL48 6BL (01766) 772921
- Vaynol Arms
Traditional Welsh country Pub Restaurant, home cooked food, log fire and a warm welcome.
- Vaynol Arms Pentir LL57 4EA (01248) 362896
- Bull Inn Pentraeth Pentraeth LL75 8LJ (01248) 450232
- Panton Arms
A spacious 18th century coaching inn with a long lounge bar and seperate tap room. Popular with locals and tourists alike. The pub is in a great location for walks in the nearby forest. A frequent bus service by the no. 62 makes it convenient for linear coastal walks. Purple moose Glaslyn is available all year round. Check for mid week opening times in the winter months.
- Pentre Berw
- Afr Station Road Penygroes LL54 6NW 07380 623671
- Porthdinllaen, Morfa Nefyn
- Ty Coch Inn
Porthdinllaen, Morfa Nefyn
The building was opened as a pub in 1842 to serve the local fishermen.There is one open plan room served by a central bar.It is in an iconic position on the beach at beautiful Porth Dinllaen.It can only be reached by foot,either along the beach or across the golfcourse.Parking is available at the NT carpark or at the golf clubhouse.There is a charge at both carparks.Rated to be one of the top 10 beach bars in the world! Always check for winter /out of season opening times.
- Ty Coch Inn Porthdinllaen, Morfa Nefyn LL53 6DB ku.oc.hcocyt@ofni(01758) 720498
31-35 High Street
A pub since 1864, the Australia was taken over by Purple Moose Brewing in 2017 as their tap house. It is situated in the centre of town next to the bus stops. Two rooms are served by a long wooden bar with six handpumps. The walls are decorated blackboard style and depict various aspects of Purple Moose brewery, including the awards the beers have won over the years and the legend of the Purple Moose. There is a small outdoor seating area at the back. Near to the Ffestiniog and Welsh Highland Railway Station. Most of their core real ale range is available as well as seasonal and special occasion beers. Local CAMRA Pub of the Year 2016.
- Queens Hotel Station Road Porthmadog LL49 9HT (01766) 238100
- Royal Sportsman Hotel
131 High Street
Comfortable small hotel bar with television in the corner. Meals are available in the restaurant or in the bar.
- Ship Inn
14 Lombard Street
Traditional pub set in a picturesque location behind the park in the centre of this harbour town. Friendly and efficient staff dispense frequently changing ales and serve quality food, including pub favourites steak and ale pie, lasagne and barbecue ribs. The pub has a separate bar and lounge, and a room available for private events, and is popular with locals and tourists. A quiz is hosted on Thursday night. Local CAMRA Pub of the Year 2011.
- Spooner's Bar
Spooner's beer range varies,but there are always at least two beers from the local Purple Moose Brewery. Situated in the terminus of the world-famous Ffestiniog Railway and Wesh Highland Railway, steam trains are outside the door most of the year. Food is served every lunchtime, evening meals Tuesday to Saturday, but check first out of season. A former local CAMRA Pub of the Year award winner.
Please note that the bar is open from 11am and not from cafe opening times.
- Station Inn
Situated on the Cambrian Coast railway platform, this pub is popular with locals and visitors alike and has a good community focus. It has a large lounge with various drinks, sports and railway memorabilia on display while a smaller more intimate public bar is almost festooned with football and other sports memorabilia. It can get busy at the weekend and on nights when live football is shown on TV. A range of pies and sandwiches is available all day.
- Tafarn Pencei
17-18 Corn Hill
Situated by the picturesque quayside and Maritime Museum, this cosy nook has a traditional public bar with a large TV screen delivering sport under which is an impressive mural depicting the neighbouring buildings which overlook the harbour. Food orientated, the bistro side of the business brings an appetising menu served in a pleasant dining room.
- Australia 31-35 High Street Porthmadog LL49 9LR ku.oc.esoomelprup@ailartsua(01766) 515957
- Victoria Inn Porth Y Felin Road Porthyfelin LL65 1AU (01407) 763961
- Black Lion Hotel Abererch Road Pwllheli LL53 5LE (01758) 614890
- Crown Hotel
37-39 High Street
Multi-roomed pub with sports TV s in most rooms plus a juke box in the bar. Old fashioned fireplace (not working) in one room. Part of a hotel with accommodation.
Please note that Real Ale is available in the summer only.
- Mitre Mitre Terrace Pwllheli LL53 5HE (01758) 614201
- Pen Cob
This Wetherspoon pub opened in December 2013 and is opposite Pwllheli train Station. It was formerly a Bon Marche shop and has now been refurbished tastefully into a light and airy pub which attracts people of all ages. It is very busy with locals and tourists alike during the weekends and the holiday season.
- Penlan Fawr
Old building near the station and buses. Inside it has been modernised and is very much a local Welsh pub.
Please note that Real Ale is available in the summer only.
- Plas Heli
A bar located on the premises of Plas Heli, the Welsh National Sailing Academy and Events Centre that opened in Pwllheli, North Wales in the summer of 2015. two handpumps are on offer supplying locally sourced ales. their website says that bar food is available at "reasonable times of day"
- Whitehall Bar & Bistro
Food orientated pub with up to two ales usually from Llyn brewery. Students aged 18 and over get 10% discount on lunchtime meals. May close earlier in winter.
- Red Wharf Bay
- Ship Inn
Red Wharf Bay
Red Wharf Bay was once a busy port exporting coal and fertilisers in the 18th and 19th centuries. Previously known as the Quay, the Ship enjoys an excellent reputation for its bar and restaurant, with meals served lunchtimes and evenings. It gets busy with locals and visitors in the summer. The garden has panoramic views across the bay to south-east Anglesey. The resort town of Benllech is two miles away and the coastal path passes the front door. Beers can be expensive.
- Tavern on the bay
Red Wharf Bay
A large restaurant with fabulous sea views. The Tavern is located at the far end of the caravan park with ample parking next to the childrens play area. An ideal stop for those walking the Anglesey coastal path.
- Ship Inn Red Wharf Bay LL75 8RJ (01248) 852568
- White Eagle
Saved from closure by new owners, this pub has been renovated and rebuilt with an airy, brasserie-style ambience. It has a fine patio enjoying superb views over Caernarfon Bay and the Lleyn Peninsula to Bardsey Island. The nearby beach offers safe swimming with a warden on duty in the summer months. The pub is also close to the coastal footpath. Excellent food is available lunchtimes and evenings, all day during the school holidays. Up to six real ales available peak season, fewer off-season.
- White Eagle Rhoscolyn LL65 2NJ email@example.com(01407) 860267
- Ring Main Road Rhosgoch LL66 0AB ku.oc.hcogsohrgnir@ofni(01407) 830720
- Glan Neigr Hotel
Post Office Lane
Family run hotel centrally located in the village. Lounge bar, rear dining area, and small separate sports bar at front. Best to contact hotel for meal times; currently (spring 2018) meals not available. Real ale may not be available out of season. Accommodation comprises 8 bedrooms, of which 6 are en-suite.
- Maelog Lake Hotel Oyster Catcher
: The Oyster Catcher is a restaurant, chef’s academy and a social enterprise. The Timpson foundation engaged Huf Haus, a German company to create a building fit for its stunning location, built on the site of the old Maelog Lake Hotel. The glass structure has several energy efficient features, including a series of bore holes with a ground source pump to provide hot water and heating. Art is displayed from the Koestler trust to encourage and support prisoners and help to change lives. The restaurant (upstairs) is open 12-9 daily, with outside beach huts heated and lit on the balcony. Will's Bar (downstairs), a cafe bar, now also has the real ales available, plus meals.
Centrally located near the clock, this village pub is popular with locals. Two large separate rooms downstairs, the right hand side being the games room. Changing beer not available out of holiday season. Upstairs is currently (March 2018) being refurbished as a "fish bar". A couple of picnic tables outside at the front.
- Glan Neigr Hotel Post Office Lane Rhosneigr LL64 5JA ku.oc.rgien-nalg@ofni(01407) 812854
Newly refurbished Robinsons Pub,just off the A5,near Llangefni.It has a large open plan room around the bar.There is a games room with pool and darts.Uesful stop off when heading for the the ferry.Selection of different beers from the Robinsons range.Bus stop across the road,and pleasant beer garden.
- Tafarn-Y-Rhos B4422 Rhostrehwfa LL77 7YU (01248) 724404
- Rhyd Ddu
- Cwellyn Arms
A traditional Welsh country inn, in a fabulous situation in the village of Rhyd Ddu at the foot of Snowdon . The pub's boast that they have nine real ales nine days a week is only slightly exaggerated. There are usually four different handpulls on , from local breweries. The lovely log fire makes the pub very cosy and welcoming after a walk on Snowdon, or after a ride on the nearby Welsh Highland Railway.
- Cwellyn Arms Rhyd Ddu Rhyd Ddu LL54 6TL (01766) 890321
- Church Bay Inn
From the car park the entrance is down a rather dark staircase into the bar. Usually one real ale is available, although no food is served. A terraced area overlooks Holyhead Bay & port. Recently (2017) bedrooms and dining room refurbished. Buses:- about one mile to regular service 61; however bus 52 passes close-by but Thursdays only.
- Church Bay Inn Rhydwyn LL65 4ES (01407) 730867
- Sarn Meyllteyrn
- Ty Newydd Sarn Meyllteyrn LL53 8DY (01758) 730747
- Halfway Inn Halfway House Hyfrydle Road Talysarn LL54 6HG (01286) 880433
- Oakeley Arms Hotel
Dating back to the 16th century, though the main building is 18th century, this grade two listed building is one of the most historic hotels in Wales. Originally known as the Tan y Bwlch Inn, it was renamed The Oakeley Arms, after the name of the local estate, in the 1840s
The remote Plas Halt request stop on the preserved Ffestiniog railway is a mere 550m way as the crow flies, probably twice that by actual footpaths, if you can find them. Tan-y-Bwlch station is a more straight forward 1.5km up the B4410.
- Oakeley Arms Hotel Tan-Y-Bwlch LL41 3YU ku.oc.smrayelekao@ofni(01766) 590277
- Cross Foxes Trawsfynydd LL41 4SE ku.oc.sexofssorcswart@pleh(01766) 540204
- Trearddur Bay
- Olde London Road Inn
Lon Saint Ffraid
Behind the Old inn is the Beach Motel with its Driftwood bar and restaurant. Usually one local (North Wales) beer available in the bar. A large conservatory doubles as the family room. Open all day, every day, during summer holidays.
The motel accommodation offers en-suite rooms.
A stylish pub with restaurant and accommodation. Large outside tiered decking sitting area. Fresh local food available from the grill. Six rooms all en-suite; separate wet room available for drying out wet gear.
- Trearddur Bay Hotel
The large bright impressive hotel is just yards from the beach. It comprises The Sun Lounge, The Inn at the Bay, and The Bay Restaurant. The Inn at the Bay is open for bar snacks seven days a week, with a range of real ales. Accommodation in 43 bedrooms.
- Olde London Road Inn Lon Saint Ffraid Trearddur Bay LL65 2YT (01407) 861263
- Antelope Inn Holyhead Road Treborth LL57 2HZ (01248) 362162
- Pant Yr Ardd
This free-house splits into two rooms on entry to the pub either side of the bar. The beer is sourced mostly from local breweries, but sometimes national beers are included. The interior of the pub is adorned with pictures of the village for the past. There is a beer garden adjacent to the car park over the road. This pub has been an integral part of the village community for generations meaning that you will always receive a warm welcome here.
- Pant Yr Ardd B4409 Tregarth LL57 4PL (01248) 605546
- Golden Fleece
8 Market Square
Situated in the old market square, this former coaching inn is now a friendly local. The pub has a lounge bar, snug and a covered area outside with decking and bench seats. Bar meals are good value and there is a bistro upstairs (booking advisable). Guest beers come from small breweries. Live acoustic music plays on Tuesday night.
- Union Inn
7 Market Square
Friendly village local situated in the village square, with two separate cosy bars and a restaurant at the rear. The pub has a policy of using locally sourced produce, and the ale range features mainly local beers. Children are welcome and there are board games available. Excellent food is served in the bar and restaurant. Tremadog was the birthplace of Lawrence of Arabia. Frequent bus services pass the building.
- Golden Fleece 8 Market Square Tremadog LL49 9RB moc.nnieceelfnedlog@ofni(01766) 512421
- Lion Hotel
The origins of this free house go back more than 300 years. A village inn set on the glorious, quiet north coast of the Lleyn Peninsula, cliffs and beaches are a mile away by footpath, a little further by road. Up to three beers are served depending on the season, with Purple Moose a firm favourite. The pub is accessible by number eight bus from Pwllheli during the day only. Closed Monday lunchtimes in winter. Former local CAMRA Pub of the Year.
- Lion Hotel Tudweiliog LL53 8ND (01758) 770244
- King's Licensed Cafe
Wharf Station, Neptune Road
The bar is located within the main station building for the Talyllyn Railway, the country's - possibly the world's - first preserved steam railway. The building links the souvenir shop with the small bar located in what is a licensed cafe which then leads into the impressive museum (free entry but only open when trains are running). The cafe is open daily, even when the trains are not running in the winter (closed January). However, phoning ahead to check would be a safe bet. One pump sells cask beer but if this is not available, there is a wide selection of bottled beers from Welsh breweries. For details on food serving times, which can vary, it is best to visit their website. You can take your drinks outside to tables and seats on the platform.
- Tredegar Arms
10 College Green
Frequented by volunteers from the nearby Talyllyn Heritage Railway, this pub has a U-shaped bar which splits the pub into two separate areas with the right-hand one leading into a back room with a pool table and darts board. Carpeted and soft seating throughout. Accompanied children welcome until 9pm. Dogs are welcome but only in the garden at the back.
- Victorian Slipway
A new pub opened July 2016. Family run pub split over two floors. Two bars, each serving three cask ales ranging from local Cader ales to popular national brands. Benches outside, upstairs outside terrace with sea views, small bar area showing sports TV.
1 Corbett Square
An impressive building facing the 1893 Assembly Rooms, now a cinema. An airy, long bar with the serving area at one end and a pool table and real fire at the other. A darts board occupies a niche in the centre with some unusual lighting nearby. Wooden flooring with a mix of seating including high stools. The bar leads into a large back room which appears to be used as a separate dining area although food from an extensive menu is also available in the bar. The tie to Marston's means the pumps feature two changing beers from their portfolio,
- King's Licensed Cafe Wharf Station, Neptune Road Tywyn LL36 9EY ku.oc.nyllylat@dm(01654) 712704
- Bull Hotel
The Bull Hotel, once owned by J.W.Lees, stands beside the main A5 road on the outskirts of Valley. Carvery; restaurant & grill, and breakfasts served from 7am. Caters for weddings & functions. En-suite rooms available
- Valley Hotel
Owned by Anglesey Inns, the Valley Hotel is located in the centre of the town. Food available all day, with produce sourced locally where possible, including Conwy real ales. Two ground floor function rooms with wheelchair access. Accommodation comprises of 19 bedrooms, all en-suite.Ideal for touring or walking on the island.Central for stopover to or from Holyhead Port to Ireland.
- Bull Hotel London Road Valley LL65 3DP (01407) 740351
- Snowdonia Park
Home of the Snowdonia Brewery, this is a popular pub for walkers, climbers and families, with children's play areas inside and out. Meals are served all day. The pub adjoins Waunfawr station on the Welsh Highland Railway - stop off here before continuing on one of the most scenic sections of narrow gauge railway in Britain. There is a large campsite adjacent on the riverside. Local CAMRA Pub of the Year in 2012,2013,2014 and 2015
- Snowdonia Park Beddgelert Road Waunfawr LL55 4AQ ku.oc.krap-ainodwons@ofni(01286) 650409
- Y Felinheli
- Garddfon Inn
200years old pub situated on the Menai Straits with great views across the water.Large open plan bar,small bar and popular bistro at the back,where booking is essential.There is a small beer garden across the road.Car parking can be difficult if arriving later especially at weekends.The pub is on the Wales Coastal Path.Great place to watch the sunset!
- Tafarn Y Fic Bangor Street Y Felinheli LL56 4PZ (01248) 671738
- Garddfon Inn Beach Road Y Felinheli LL56 4RQ (01248) 670359