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 is a traditional pub serving 4 Real Ales. Located near the famous Llandudno Tram station, The Kings Head has a great beer garden perfect for soaking up the May sunshine, while sipping your pint of Real Ale on the Trail
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 is still one of the many fine features available making this a favourite place to rest a while.
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!
The Marine • Old Colwyn
The Marine Hotel, with its friendly atmosphere, is a great place to enjoy anything from a snack with a pint to a three-course meal with friends.
Conwy Brewery • Llysfaen
Conwy Brewery is an award-winning microbrewery, brewing a range of Real Ales since 2003. Conwy Brewery has recently opened a new micropub – MASH at their brewery serving 4 Real Ales and other drinks too!
The Mulberry • Conwy
Enjoy a pint with a view at the Mulberry! New to the Trail this May, The Mulberry is situated on the Conwy Marina looking out across the Irish Sea with a backdrop of the Great Orme and Deganwy Quay.