We have cosy pubs with roaring fires, trendy coffee shops, whisky and gin distilleries and the perfect place to enjoy a glass of fizz all within easy reach.
UPDATE JUNE 2020 - Please be aware of governement guidelines and restrictions on the opening of pubs in Wales at this point. Keep checking the individual websites for updates.
Here are a few of our favourites.
The Stag is a traditional local village pub with three bar areas, an open fire, snooker table and large screen TV. Outdoor seating areas in front of the pub, on a balcony with brilliant sea views and in a secluded courtyard. It’s a brilliant place to spot for a lemonade or something stronger.
The OGD Pub is located at the top of the Llandonna Beach road, approximately a mile from the beach and three hundred foot above it. They welcome dog owners and their pets either pre or post walkies on the beach. Serving a variety of local cask ales, Carlsberg keg beers, lagers and cider, along side a selection of wines spirits and soft drinks.
You pass this family friendly pub in the main road as you drive from the Menai Bridge towards the cottages. Based in Pentraeth, The Bull Inn serves quality traditional pub food in a welcoming atmosphere and is a great place to stop for a pint after a long journey.
The "local" is under new management and is a good spot to stop for a pint of local ale. In the summer there is a large beer garden to take advantage of. Located on the Benllech to Amlwch Road in Dulas, Anglesey near Bryn Refail, The Pilot Boat is reknowned for being truly family friendly.