The Cottage Loaf, Llandudno

A country feel pub in the town centre.  Celebrated its 20th anniversary in 2011.  The Cottage has a roaring fire in the winter months along with a beer garden available in the summer. 

Name after the schooner ‘Flying Foam’ that went aground off West Shore back in January 1936.  The schooner lives on as most of the decking and masts were salvaged and makes up part of the Cottage Loaf!

The pub has close links with Liverpool as the stone flooring came from Toxteth and the wooden flooring in the upper bar from the Levi Jeans factory from the same city.  Even the slates of the roof are from Merseyside – the Royal Liverpool Hospital to be exact! 

Cask ales throughout the year and the pub to be featured in the Good Bear Guide of 2012

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