Machno, Penmachno

The Machno was located below Pont y Llan and known locally as the Bedol.  During its heyday visitors were brought here from Betws-y-Coed for their high teas. 

The Old Ship, Trefriw

An AA recommended public house located close to the Woollen mill in the peaceful village of Trefriw, Conwy Valley.

The Old Ship is a traditional Welsh public house with an inglenook fireplace. A pair of buffalo horns can be seen above the fireplace.  The dining room has a rustic feel with wood burning stove.

Serving local real ale.


The Albion, Conwy

Located within the town walls of Conwy the Albion was built around 1925 and now is a fine example of a public house dating from the 1920s.  It was not always the case with the Albion being closed for a number of years before its eventual purchase at auction for around £200,000 in 2012.  It is now run by four different breweries – Purple Moose Brewery in Porthmadog, Great Orme Brewery in Llandudno, Conwy Brewery and Bragdy’r Nant Brewery in Llanrwst.

The Swan Inn, Llanfair Talhaearn

The 17th century Swan Inn is located on the A548 road between Abergele and Llanrwst.  The river Elwy flows nearby in the picturesque Llanfair Talhaearn.

A good selection of real ale is served in this old historical inn which can be enjoyed in the beer garden during the summer months.

Red Lion, Llansannan

Red Lion, LlansannanIt is believed part of the Red Lion  dates back to the 13th century and is located in Llansannan.  The interior has hardly changed over the years with its beams, mugs and other ornaments displayed throughout the inn.  

With the closure of the Saracens Head the Red Lion became the remaining public house in the village.

Llanfair Arms, Llanfairfechan

Located at the heart of Llanfairfechan and dates back to 1862 and only minutes away from the busy A55.  The river Ddu runs at the bottom of the beer garden.

A member of Cask Marque and serves a selection of real ale.

Regular quiz nights and pool and darts available.

Nearby attractions include numerous walks, beach and a Bronze Age stone circle at Cefn Coch.

Kinmel Arms, San Sior

Cwrw traddodiadol gyda chwrw gwadd yn newid yn wythnosol!  Ceir ystod eang o winoedd da hefyd.   Derbyniodd sawl gwobr gan CAMRA.

The Giler Arms, Pentrefoelas

The Giler Arms is located just off the A5 and close to the village of Pentrefoelas and conveniently located to Snowdonia National Park.  The inn offers superb views of nearby Denbigh Moors. 

Popular with locals and visitors alike and serving real ale by the Bathams (Delph) Brewery.  Also offers a wide selection of whiskies. 

The Giler Arms has a camp site and offers course fishing which is free to residents.

Games room has pool table.

Aberconwy's CAMRA mild pub of the year 2012

Free Wi-Fi available.

The Bridge Inn, Conwy

A black and white building theBridge Inn stands on the corner of Rose Hill Street in the historic town of Conwy and conveniently located to the Castle and the town centre. 

A real ale establishment which has a decent collection of beer badges and pump clips on display in the Bar.  Pictures of Victorian politicians and framed photographs adorn the walls.

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Hen Dafarn, Llandudno

The Hen Dafarn was a 17th century inn located at the top of the old road known as Llwynon Terrace.  Generally believed from the yard of the inn the Baptists introduced non-conformity to Llandundno in 1798


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