Tafarn Y Fic • Felinheli
A traditional Welsh pub set in the village of Y Felinheli situated on the edge of the Menai Straits.
Anglesey Arms • Caernarfon
Located on Caernarfon’s harbour with stunning views of the Menai Straits and Caernarfon’s iconic Castle. The beautiful views and the amazing selection of ales are certainly some of its most incredible qualities!
Newborough Arms • Bontnewydd
A friendly locals pub, serving 3 Real Ales, a mild is always available along with a Purple Moose beer. It also boasts a large beer garden, perfect for enjoy a pint or two when the sun is shining!
Snowdonia Parc • Waunfawr
CAMRA Gwynedd & Mon Pub of the Year 2012-2015. Snowdonia Parc has it’s own on-site microbrewery, brewing up to 10 Real Ales only available at the pub.
Y Glyntwrog • Llanrug
A village pub, popular with locals and visitors alike. Y Glyntwrog is known for serving good pub grub as well as tasty ales!
Cwrw [email protected] Vic • Bethesda
Cwrw Ogwen is taking over the taps at The Victoria Hotel in Bethesda on the Trail. Cwrw Ogwen is a fantastic microbrewery, set up by 10 volunteers in Bethesda – bringing back brewing to the town for the first time in more than a 100 hundred years. Their ales are named after famous Welsh icons. Caradog is 3.9vol is named after famous Welsh writer Caradog Prichard and Chwalfa 4.5vol which is named after the quarry strikes at Penrhyn Quarry. Try them at the bar of The Victoria Hotel.
Pant Y Ardd • Tregarth
Pant yr Ardd is at the heart of the village of Tregarth, there’s always a warm welcome. Serving mostly locally brewed Real Ale, with the odd international beer sometimes thrown into the mix. Winner of CAMRA Community Pub of the Year 2016, this is a pub that knows a thing or two about real ale! The walls of the pub are adorned with pictures of the village for the past.
Y Sior • Carneddi
Y Sior a.k.a The George is popular with locals and is known for having great locally produced Real Ale on offer all year round.