Afon Conwy

A Brewers Fayre & Premier Inn just outside the village of Glan Conwy in the Vale of Conwy.  Conveniently located near the towns of Conwy, Llandudno and Colwyn Bay.

Extensive food menu.  Ample car park with large beer garden. 

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Elens Castle, Dolwyddelan

Located just outside the village of Dolwyddelan in the heart of Snowdonia National Park.  Formerly an old coaching inn dating back to the 18th century.  At one time the inn was part of the Earl of Ancaster’s Welsh Estate.

Bull Hotel, Abergele

The Bull Hotel was built around 1860 and at one time called the Bull Bach as it had only one room that was in use at the time.  The other room was used as a shop.  During the mid 19th century it was a place of worship for the Mormons

The rental for the Bull Hotel in 1859 was £20.00

Bull hotel was built about 1860 and was called the Bull Bach, because only one of its rooms was used as a tavern at the beginning. 

Beer garden at the back of the hotel

Bee Hotel, Abergele

Bee Hotel, Abergele

Fairy Glen Hotel, Dwygyfylchi

A mid 18th century former coaching inn located in the Snowdonia National Park.  The Fairy Glen Hotel is the first point of refreshment after leaving the Sychnant pass.  At one time coaches regularly stopped at the inn. 
Grand Hotel, Penmaenmawr
The Grand Hotel was built by a Dr Norton at the end of the 1850s.  At one time it was known as the Penmaenmawr Hotel and situated at the top of Station Road West.  Became a successful hotel and extended twice over the years.

Ye Olde Mail Coach, Conwy

Yr Ye Olde Mail Coach yw un o'r tafarnau hynaf yng Nghonwy.  Fe saif ar y stryd fawr.  Cafodd ei hadnewyddu'n ddiweddar ac mae'n edrych yn gwbl wahanol i'r adeilad gwreiddiol.

Ers talwm byddai'r coetshmyn yn aros yno tra'r oedd eu meistri'n ymweld a Chonwy.

Gwerthir cwrw traddodiadol.

Serving real ale

Royal Oak, Betws-y-Coed

A former coaching inn set in the picturesque Snowdonia National Park.  The coming of the railway brought trippers and prosperity to Betws y Coed.  The Royal Oak was rebuilt and enlarged in 1861. 

The sign of the new hotel was painted by David Cox in 1847 who specialised in water colours.  Original sign now preserved in the building.  When the hotel fell on hard times the sign was listed as one of the proprietress assets and valued at £1,000

Offers a wide selection of lager, spirits and real ale, some brewed locally.

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The Old Stag, Llangernyw

Located in the beautiful Elwy Valley the Old Stag is a traditional country pub.  Was originally a farm in 1640 before being converted into a hotel in the 1800s. 
Antique feel when entering premises with numerous artefacts adorning walls and ceilings of the pub with of course stags heads and antlers capping everything off.
Local Gardening Club sell their organic vegetables to the Old Stag.
Open fires in the winter.
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The Snowdon Hotel, Llandudno

One of the oldest pubs in Llanduno built around 1850 and located below the Great Orme on Tudno street.  In time the pub incorporated the building next door and so expanded the premises.

Primarily a locals pub but attracts passing trade as well.

Ideally located to the Great Orme for a brisk walk!

Real ale establishment and in the Good Pub Guide.

The Malt Loaf, Conwy

Tafarn boblogaidd gyda'r trigolion lleol.  Saif fer y castell.

Mae ynddi bwrdd pwl a bwrdd dartiau.


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