The Cottage Loaf, Llandudno

A country feel pub in the town centre.  Celebrated its 20th anniversary in 2011.  The Cottage has a roaring fire in the winter months along with a beer garden available in the summer. 

Name after the schooner ‘Flying Foam’ that went aground off West Shore back in January 1936.  The schooner lives on as most of the decking and masts were salvaged and makes up part of the Cottage Loaf!

The Bee, Eglwysbach

The only public house in the village of Eglwysbach located in the lovely Conwy Valley.  Built in 1876 and opposite St Martin’s Church.

Much used by drovers during the 19th century.

Serving real ale from nearby breweries.


Subscribe to RSS - Conwy

Privacy & Terms | House Rules
E&OE. All content on this site, unless otherwise stated, is Copyright © PubsCymru
website by euan raffel