REAL ALE TRAIL
The Conwy Real Ale Trail runs through Conwy borough, travelling from Llandudno coast to Conwy Marina. Following on from the success of previous trails, we’ve decided to start a brand new event to take place twice a year. Interested in joining us? The first of the two trails this year is on 6th May with the second on the 23rd September. You can buy your tickets in advance from any of the participating pubs or online. Enjoy!
£12 per ticket in advance available from any participating pub or £15 on the day (no admin fees if you buy at the pub)
PUBS ON THE TRAIL
Conwy Ale Trail
The Albert is a family-friendly, popular food and real ale pub in the heart of Llandudno. It prides itself on serving a hearty mix of homecooked meals, accompanied by a mix of local and popular ales, beers, wines and spirits and topped off with friendly, welcoming service.
The Rhos Fynach, now a beautifully restored pub and restaurant, was originally a 12th century monastery with secret tunnels linking it to the nearby tiny, 6th century, Chapel of St Trillo. This was the home to the monks who fished the weir off Rhos Point to provide the catch for the larger monastery in Conwy at the time. The oldest building in the area, built in 1181 AD, Rhos Fynach (literally meaning ‘Monk’s Marsh’) offers haven, nourishment AND history for the weary traveller or the holidaying family!
Serving traditional ales and a constant roaring fire are still one of the many fine features available making this a favourite place to rest a while.
The Station is from the team behind the successful Albert pub in Llandudno. Serving excellent ales, hearty food and with a welcoming atmosphere, you can get a taste of The Station just a few miles down the coast.
The Pen-y-Bryn might look a little bit like a medical centre from the front, but inside, you’ll find lovely oak floors, open fires, bookcases and old furniture: it all looks very handsome. The unassuming looks from the outside add to the feeling of making a gloriously serendipitous discovery.
With a stunning garden, terrace, and beautiful windows allowing for panoramic views out over the sea and the Great Orme, you can sit back and take in the scenery after a long ramble or a hearty meal.
A WIDE range of delicious dishes, cold and hot beverages and a warm welcome await you at the Mountain View.
The pub – located in Old Colwyn Road, Mochdre – boasts a friendly atmosphere and top class service from Andy, Chiara and the team.
Bank of Conwy is a fun and friendly beer, wine & tapas bar in the heart of the beautiful World Heritage town of Conwy. It is located immediately adjacent to the train station in a beautifully converted former bank building on Lancaster Square. Take a look at the ceiling, cosy original vault and mahogany managers office.
The food is authentic Spanish tapas and beverages are a wide range of varied real ales!
The Wild Horse Brewing Company is a small craft brewery located in Llandudno, North Wales – established in 2015. Wild Horse Brewery is passionate about brewing beer naturally – their beer is never filtered and never pasteurised . They serve only the freshest and most delicious beer made exclusively with Snowdonia water and the finest malted barley and hops we can source.
Tickets are available for sale in any of the pubs above