Ynys Môn

Ship inn, Red Wharf Bay

The 16th century Ship Inn offers tremendous sea views with a backdrop of wooded hills located close to Benllech on the north east coast of Anglesey.  Formerly known as Cei Bach (Little Quay) and later Old Quay.  Apart from the addition of an adjoining cottage the Ship has retained its original features. 
A favourite haunt for sailors who frequented the old port and still serving food and drink for travellers in the 21st century.
Serving real ale.
Beer garden.

The Douglas Inn, Tregele, Cemaes Bay

A 17th century old coaching inn so named after the town on the Isle on Man which can be seen on a clear day.  Recently refurbished which has included a new bar and restaurant while retaining many of its original features.  The Douglas Inn has planning permission for 34 bedrooms and gymnasium.

The inn offers free Wi-Fi and has disable access.

Nearby Cemaes Bay has two sandy beaches.

Pets welcome.

The White Eagle, Rhoscolyn

The White Eagle is located on the west coast of Anglesey and has been much refurbished since 2005 when it was closed but then reopened in May 2007.

It offers fantastic views over the island and Rhoscolyn offers a lovely sandy beach.  Coastal walks are a particular favourite for the visiting tourists. 

Offering good quality real ale and listed in the CAMRA Good Beer Guide of 2009.

The Parciau Arms, Marian-Glas

A popular country inn located close to Red Wharf Bay in Anglesey. 

Fine selection of horse brasses can be seen in the bar which also has a selection of real ales and malt whiskies.

Regular quiz nights and charity events throughout the year.

Decent size beer garden with children’s play area, pool and darts played in the bar area.

Liverpool Arms Hotel, Beaumaris

The Georgian period Liverpool Arms dates back to 1706 and was on the main route between Liverpool and Beaumaris.  Located close to the town centre and close to all of what Anglesey has to offer. 

The bar, named Admiral’s Tavern, houses a number of seafaring memorabilia including actual timbers from Nelson’s ship HMS Victory and from HMS Conway which was wrecked off the Menai Strait in 1953.

Serving real ale and a good selection of malt whiskies.

Quiz nights popular.

Kings Arms, Holyhead

A traditional and popular black and white frontage public house.  Popular with locals and Irish day trippers alike!

Serving real ale.

Gaerwen Arms, Gaerwen

At one time called Tafarn Newborough but reverted back to its original name a few years ago and offers splendid views of nearby Snowdonia.  A traditional public house with various memorabilia and artefacts in bar area. 

The Gaerwen Arms has regular live music nights.

Large beer garden.

California, Brynteg

Tafarn wledig wedi’i lleoli ym mhentref Brynteg ger Benllech, Ynys Môn. Roedd Y California yn y broses o’i hadeiladu pan oedd George Borrow yn crwydro Môn ym 1854.

Lle poblogaidd iawn gyda’r chwarelwyr a’r ffermwyr lleol yn yr oes a fu.

Cross Keys, Menai Bridge

Nôl yn nghyfnod Fictoraidd y perchennog oedd John Richard Jones oedd yn cynnig cwrw yn y bar a choffi yn y lolfa. 
Caewyd yn 1896 ac adeiladwyd Banc Lloegr yn ei le

Old Bull’s Head, Beaumaris

The Grade II listed Old Bull’s Head was founded in 1472 which was then rebuilt in 1617.  The walls of the bar adorned with objects including an array of weapons and the town’s original ducking stool.  The hinged yard gates are said to be biggest in Britain measuring some 3.9m high and 3.4m across. 
The Bull’s strategic location was evidence during the English Civil War when the building was commandeered by Cromwell’s General Mytton.  Later during the 18th century it became the first recorded Quaker meeting  house. 


Subscribe to RSS - Ynys Môn

Privacy & Terms | House Rules
E&OE. All content on this site, unless otherwise stated, is Copyright © PubsCymru
website by euan raffel