Eryri Snowdonia Food and Ale Trail – The Perfect Weekend Trip
Are you a fan of real ale and great food? Get ready for an amazing summer adventure exploring the charming pubs and inns of North Wales. We’ve teamed up with Robinsons Brewery to create the ultimate pub tour, all while ensuring safety with a designated driver. Join us on this picturesque route that takes you through stunning landscapes, passing majestic mountains, serene rivers, and captivating coastlines. Let’s dive into the details!
Kickstart your journey at the delightful Victoria Inn in Llanbedr. Located by the stunning River Artro, this traditional village pub boasts a harmonious blend of awe-inspiring Welsh mountains and untouched Cambrian beaches just a stroll away. The hardest decision here? Selecting your preferred view as you relish your favourite drink.
Next, we’re off to Y Bryncynan in Morfa Nefyn. This charming pub extends a warm welcome to families and furry friends alike, offering a kid-friendly atmosphere and a whimsical pirate ship within the beer garden. It’s the perfect spot to unwind, enjoy a scrumptious meal, and create cherished memories with your loved ones.
Discover the historic St Tudwals in the picturesque village of Abersoch. Dating back to 1873, this pub invites you to experience its cosy lounges and inviting outdoor terraces—a true haven for relaxation and delectable home-cooked meals. Take a moment to unwind and soak up the tranquil ambience.
Crossing the iconic Menai Bridge, you’ll find The Gazelle—an exquisite waterfront gem. Revel in panoramic views encompassing Bangor Pier and the majestic mountains beyond. Indulge your taste buds in delightful home-cooked dishes crafted from locally sourced seasonal produce and a delectable selection of fresh seafood. A warm welcome and culinary delights await you.
Heading to Amlwch’s northern coast, The Trecastell awaits—a classic 1920s seaside hotel. Whether you’ve spent your day golfing, sailing, or simply unwinding, this charming establishment offers a perfect pause to savour mouthwatering food and drinks amidst picturesque surroundings.
Experience history and enchantment at the George III Hotel, nestled along the Mawddach estuary. A historic treasure dating back to the 17th century, this hotel offers breathtaking views and a truly unique setting that is bound to leave you awestruck.
Adjacent to Conwy’s vibrant marina is The Mulberry—a hub of relaxation. Enjoy outdoor seating and embrace the lively atmosphere as you share a delightful meal with friends, family, and even your furry companions. Immerse yourself in the sights and sounds of the bustling marina.
For an authentic rural pub experience, The Goat Inn beckons between Porthmadog and Caernarfon. With its welcoming sandstone interior, cozy wooden floors, and comfortable seating, it’s the perfect spot to relish mouthwatering home-cooked food in a laid-back ambiance.
Situated along the scenic Menai Strait, The Four All’s is a historical inn—one of the town’s oldest. Its name reflects its significance in the community, offering a distinct experience to relish good company and delectable food.
Conclude your unforgettable journey at Seacroft in Trearddur Bay, Anglesey. This beachside haven exudes a relaxed coastal vibe, boasting inviting rooms and an enticing menu. Immerse yourself in the laid-back ambiance and cherish the final moments of your day trip.
Each pub on this enchanting tour offers a distinctive experience, making it an ideal adventure for real ale enthusiasts and food connoisseurs alike. Safety first—designate a driver and immerse yourself in the delights of this summer escapade!