Best Beer Gardens in Wales
If the sun is shining there is only one place to go…a beer garden!
And luckily Wales has a great selection of beer gardens for you to try out with friends. Whether you are celebrating a birthday, a get together with friends, or you are just looking for somewhere in Wales to enjoy a pint and the good weather we are sometimes lucky enough to have, a beer garden is always the perfect place to go. So we have done some research and found the 10 best beer gardens in Wales that will be perfect for you. From North Wales all the way down to South Wales, on this list there is bound to be some beer gardens near you.
1. The Corn Mill
Dee Ln, Llangollen | Website
Sitting nicely alongside the River Dee is The Corn Mill, an old corn mill that had been creating flour for at least 700 years. And today it is now a beautiful Brunning and Price pub with an amazing, decked terrace area that is perfect on warmer days. Sit and watch the world go by along the river and enjoy some delicious food and some amazing drinks.
2. The Pelican
Ogmore Rd, Bridgend | Website
Located in the countryside of Bridgend, The Pelican in her Piety is a gastro pub that offers a variety of tapas options to choose from. The pub itself has been around for at least 250 years and it is set in the beautiful countryside. There is a good sized garden with plenty of seats for all to enjoy in the summer months.
3. Oxwich Bay Hotel
Bay Hotel, Swansea | Website
Although Oxwich Bay Hotel is a hotel it still makes a great place to head of you are wanting to enjoy a delicious and refreshing drink in the sun. The beer garden overlooks the beautiful Oxwich Bay and is within 10 metres of the beach! The venue is an award-winning hotel, restaurant and wedding venue on the Gower Peninsula.
4. The Ferry Inn
Poppit Rd, Cardigan | Website
Whether you are arriving by boat, foot or car, The Ferry Inn can cater for all with things like their own jetty. The Ferry Inn is situated on the bank of the River Teifi and has been selected as one of Tripadvisor’s Traveller’s Choice Winners in 2020. There are multiple waterfront terraces where you can enjoy a drink outside.
5. The Worm’s Head Hotel
Rhossili, Gower | Website
The Worm’s Head Hotel overlooks the Rhossili Bay and is only a 4 minute walk away from the beach. If you sit in the beer garden you will be able to enjoy an unbeatable view of Worm’s Head point which when the tide comes in, becomes an island. There are plenty of picnic tables to cater for a large amount of people.
6. Snowdonia Parc Brewpub
Snowdonia Parc, Caenarfon | Website
Snowdonia Parc Brewpub is located on a campsite in the idyllic mountain setting in Waunfawr. On site they have their own micro-brewery and make a selection of delicious real ales. In their beer garden you will be able to take in breath taking views of the mountain range whilst drinking some beer and potentially enjoying some food from their extensive menu.
7. The Cottage Loaf
Market St, Llandudno | Website
The Cottage Loaf is a cosy inn that provides its visitors with plenty of cask ales and delicious and classic pub grub. There is a conservatory-style room for the warmer months and plenty of outside tables where people can enjoy a drink or a meal with friends. Its an extremely popular gastropub in the heart of Llandudno.
8. The White Eagle
Rhoscolyn, Holyhead | Website
The White Eagle is a relaxed friendly restaurant that offers real ales and modern European food. Located on the island of Anglesey, The White Eagle has previously been names in the Michelin Guide to eating out in pubs. The beer garden is large with a decked area and grassed area with picnic tables and umbrellas perfect for the summer months.
9. Kings Head Inn
Clos St Cenydd, Llangennith | Website
The Kings Head Inn is a 4 star hotel with an amazing pub with a delicious food menu and plenty of drinks on offer to enjoy during your time there. Not too far away from the shore you will find this venue and there are around 7 different real ales to choose from. There are seating at the front of the pub that look across the village.
10. Ty Coch Inn
Morfa Nefyn, Pwlheli | Website
According to a recent survey, Ty Coch Inn is officially in the top 10 beach bars in the world! The pub itself sits on the north coast of the Lleyn Peninsular and can provide you with breath taking views across the Irish sea and the beautiful sandy beaches. Their beer garden has plenty of seats and they have a range of different drinks and on offer.
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