Beer Gardens for summer drinking in North Wales

One of the best things about the summer is getting to sit outside in a beer garden with a great atmosphere, good food, and best of all an ice cold gin, or bottle of beer. 

Soaking up the sun for a few hours in the company of a loved one, good friends, or even perfect strangers; a beer garden is the ultimate summer accessory.

Here’s a few of our favourites for you to try:

Golden Fleece Inn, Tremadog

It goes without saying that we love our beer garden at The Golden Fleece Inn! We’ve put some work into it to make it a relaxing oasis. Our beer garden is secluded and private, with a range of trees and flowers bringing the summer to you. 

Our bright sofa style seating is ideal for relaxing with wine, a pint of Welsh ale or a cheeky summer cocktail, and we’ve made sure there are tables for al fresco eating too. 

At night lots of flickering lights and coloured panels light up the space to provide the perfect atmosphere for trying our range of Welsh gins and craft beers. 

You don’t need a reservation to sit in our beer garden at the Golden Fleece Inn but it gets very popular, particularly in the warmer weather, so why not come for an early lunchtime drink and make an afternoon of it?

Ty Coch Inn, Porthdinllaen

You can’t get much more beach front than the Ty Coch Inn, in Porthdinllean. It sits right on the front on a sandy beach with hills climbing up in the background behind it.

As you sip your pint, you can stare out to the Irish Sea. You can only reach the pub on foot due to limited parking, but that makes it even more unique.

The pub does a range of sandwiches, pies and a kids menu and the traditional pub also offers a range of drinks including three guest ales at a time.

Brondanw Arms, Llanfrothen

Nestled in the heart of Snowdonia, this beer garden is pretty special.

With a range of tables, and even a hammock on occasion, it’s a relaxing green space to enjoy lunch or an afternoon drink or three. The views across Snowdonia National Park are fantastic too.

A Robinson’s Brewery Pub, there’s a range of Robinson’s ales and beers on offer as well as all the other usual favourites.  The traditional pub offers a menu of home cooked food such as rump of lamp and home cooked steak on offer alongside the drinks.

The Ship Inn, Pentraeth

On the north of the Isle of Anglesey, The Ship Inn is a traditional inn steeped in history. Originally there to serve the sailors passing through, the Ship Inn now offers the many tourists passing by a good meal and a great view of the bay in the beer garden.