Conwy Real Ale Trail

Welcome back to the Conwy Bus Based Real Ale Trail. This one day moving festival is one of its kind over here in the Borough of Conwy. The travelling event takes you from Llandudno coast to Conwy Marina and stops off at seven glorious pubs and a micro brewery on the way. Don’t forget you can start and finish at any of the pubs on the route and start and finish at anytime.

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23rd September 2017

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Pubs on the Conwy Real Ale Trail

Conwy’s second Real Ale Trail will be held on 23rd September 2017 and follows the same principles as all the other trails. Start where you like, when you like, but make sure you do it with great friend.

The Albert • Llandudno

56 Madoc St, Llandudno LL30 2TW, United Kingdom

The Kings Head • Llandudno

Old Rd, Llandudno LL30 2NB, United Kingdom

Rhos Fynach • Rhos-on-Sea

Rhos Promenade, Rhos on Sea, Colwyn Bay LL28 4NG, United Kingdom

The Rhos Fynach, now a beautifully restored pub and restaurant, was originally a 12th century monastery with secret tunnels linking it to the nearby tiny, 6th century, Chapel of St Trillo. This was the home to the monks who fished the weir off Rhos Point to provide the catch for the larger monastery in Conwy at the time. The oldest building in the area, built in 1181 AD, Rhos Fynach (literally meaning ‘Monk’s Marsh’) offers haven, nourishment AND history for the weary traveller or the holidaying family!

Serving traditional ales and a constant roaring fire are still one of the many fine features available making this a favourite place to rest a while.

Cayley Flyer • Rhos-on-Sea

69 Rhos Promenade, Rhos on Sea, Colwyn Bay LL28 4EN, United Kingdom

The Toad • Colwyn Bay

The Toad, Colwyn Bay, United Kingdom

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Conwy Brewery • Llysfaen

2, Ty Mawr Enterprise Park, Tan-Y-Graig Rd, Llysfaen, Colwyn Bay LL29 8UE

The Station • Colwyn Bay

The Station, Station Road, Colwyn Bay, United Kingdom

The Station is from the team behind the successful Albert pub in Llandudno. Serving excellent ales, hearty food and with a welcoming atmosphere, you can get a taste of The Station just a few miles down the coast

Bank of Conwy • Conwy

1 Lancaster Square, Conwy LL32 8HT

Bank of Conwy is a fun and friendly beer, wine & tapas bar in the heart of the beautiful World Heritage town of Conwy. It is located immediately adjacent to the train station in a beautifully converted former bank building on Lancaster Square. Take a look at the ceiling, cosy original vault and mahogany managers office.

Conwy Real Ale Trail Pubs

The Albert • Llandudno

The Albert is a family-friendly, popular food and real ale pub in the heart of Llandudno. It prides itself on serving a hearty mix of homecooked meals, accompanied by a mix of local and popular ales, beers, wines and spirits and topped off with friendly, welcoming service.

Kings Head • Llandudno

The oldest pub in Llandudno, The Kings Head will be joining the Trail this year.

Rhos Fynach • Rhos-on-Sea

The Rhos Fynach, now a beautifully restored pub and restaurant, was originally a 12th century monastery with secret tunnels linking it to the nearby tiny, 6th century, Chapel of St Trillo. This was the home to the monks who fished the weir off Rhos Point to provide the catch for the larger monastery in Conwy at the time. The oldest building in the area, built in 1181 AD, Rhos Fynach (literally meaning ‘Monk’s Marsh’) offers haven, nourishment AND history for the weary traveller or the holidaying family!

Serving traditional ales and a constant roaring fire are still one of the many fine features available making this a favourite place to rest a while.

Cayley Flyer • Rhos-on-Sea

Enjoy a pint of Real Ale in newly refurbished Cayley Flyer with great view of the sea.

The Station • Colwyn Bay

The Station is from the team behind the successful Albert pub in Llandudno. Serving excellent ales, hearty food and with a welcoming atmosphere, you can get a taste of The Station just a few miles down the coast.

Conwy Brewery • Llysfaen

Conwy Brewery was the first brewery in Conwy for over 100 years and has now been brewing award winning Real Ales for over 10 years. Conwy brewery has four different collections of Ale: Conwy Ale, Seasonal Ale, West Coast and Small Batch Brews.

Bank of Conwy • Conwy

Bank of Conwy is a fun and friendly beer, wine & tapas bar in the heart of the beautiful World Heritage town of Conwy. It is located immediately adjacent to the train station in a beautifully converted former bank building on Lancaster Square. Take a look at the ceiling, cosy original vault and mahogany managers office.

Wild Horse Brewery • Llandudno

The Wild Horse Brewing Company is a small craft brewery located in Llandudno, North Wales – established in 2015.  Wild Horse Brewery is passionate about brewing beer naturally – their beer is never filtered and never pasteurised . They serve only the freshest and most delicious beer made exclusively with Snowdonia water and the finest malted barley and hops we can source.