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North Wales Restaurants & Pubs


The Seacroft, Trearddur Bay - A five star pub, Pub of the year (Anglesey Tourism Awards 2011,2012), modern and nautical!


Treadrddu Bay Hotel, Trearddur Bay - Fabulous sea views and free wi-fi.


Olif - Fantastic Welsh Tapas in Betws y coed.


White Eagle, Rhoscolyn - Dogs Welcome, idylic setting, one of Kate & Wills favourite.


The Oyster Catcher, Rhosneigr - One for fish lovers or simply food lovers (or beach hut lovers!), unique building and setting. 


Bryn Tyrch Inn, Capel Curig - Cosy, middle of the mountains, top class food, local cwrw (beer).


Ty Gwyn, Betws y Coed - Former coaching Inn dating back to 1636. Award winning Snowdonia Hotel. Log fire, low ceilings, original beams nad incredible food.


Dylans, Menai Bridge - Stutting views of the Menai Strait from every table. Locally sourced produce including a large selection of seafood. 


The Bridge Inn, Menai Bridge - Well worth the prices. Cosy with a great location next to The Menai Suspension Bridge.


The Tavern on the bay, Red Wharf Bay - Hidden gem, situated at the end of St David's Park, hard to beat location (picture above).


Pen Y Bryn, Colwyn Bay - Some of the friendlist staff in north Wales with brilliant food and spectacular views to match.


The Queens Head, Penrhyn Bay - Country pub, close to the sea (only in north Wales!). Situated on Cycle Route 5. Queens Head Voted AA Pub of the Year Wales 2009/2010


The Albion Ale House, Conwy - Beer lovers should not leave north Wales without visiting here. 10 hand pulls on tap. - Very good Indian curry in my Home town of Llanrwst.



North Wales Cafes 


Pen-y-ceunant Isaf, Snowdon - Very friendly welcome to pets and owners. Cosy, just what you need after a day on the hill.


Blue Sky, Bangor - Tasty food, good portions and buzzing atmosphere. Look out for evening events such as live music or story telling!


1815, Bangor - Beutifully presented and delicious tapas (and other foods but the tapas is our favourite). Massive cakes!


Caban, Brynrefail - Loally sourced produce, much grown from the onsite kitchen garden. Kids will enjoy exploring the garden.


Marram Grass, Newborough - What a find! Inspiring little cafe, just what you need after a day on Newborough beach. Creative food and licensed.


Providero: Fine Teas and Coffees, Llandudno Junction & Llandudno - Tea, coffee and cakes, all done very well! Interesting cafe, made from upcycled materials

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