by Katy Barley
We have handpicked our top 10 dog-friendly pubs in Anglesey, ensuring no one is left behind during your next Anglesey adventure.
Anglesey is a much-loved family holiday destination and the perfect place for a getaway with your loveable pooch! After a day exploring award-winning beaches or hiking along the Anglesey Coastal Path with your four-legged friend, a well-deserved pint or hearty homemade meal awaits!
Discover 10 of the best dog-friendly pubs in Anglesey…
The White Eagle, Rhoscolyn
The White Eagle is the ideal location to relax after a refreshing walk along the golden sands of Silver Bay Beach or a visit to South Stacks Lighthouse. Open daily from 12pm, The White Eagle offers food for all occasions, from a casual bite on the outside terrace to a three course meal from their seasonal menu. This is the perfect family friendly pub to bring your four-legged friend.
Red Wharf Bay
Situated in an idyllic location, The Tavern on the Bay is a gastropub offering panoramic views from Benllech Bay to the Great Orme in Llandudno. Dogs are welcome on the patio area where you can enjoy a refreshing drink and admire the stunning coastal views of Red Wharf Bay.
The Owain Glyndwr, Llanddona
Serving a variety of local cask ales, ciders and wines as well as a fantastic range of homemade pub grub, the Owain Glyndwr welcomes your loveable pooch with open arms. This atmospheric pub is located at the top of Llanddona Beach Road, perfect for a post walk pint or tasty beer battered fish and chips!
Views from Moelfre
Surrounded by scenic farmland, Ty Dderw Country Inn is a popular dog friendly pub on Anglesey. Set in a converted farmhouse, this cosy pub is an ideal retreat after a scenic walk along the Anglesey Coastal Path. Take your pick from the range of traditional pub food or enjoy a glass of wine in front of the cosy log fire.
The Kinmel Arms Hotel, Moelfre
Located in the small picturesque village of Moelfre, The Kinmel Arms warmly welcomes your well behaved four-legged friend to its traditional pub. The perfect stop off during a hike along the Anglesey Coastal Path, this much-loved pub offers a range of tasty food to enjoy. On a summers day, soak up the sunshine and take in the views from their beer garden or cosy up with a hot drink after a winters days exploring North Wales.
Located in the stunning setting of Rhosneigr, The Oyster Catcher boasts a distinctive glass and wood exterior, making it a magical place to experience breathtaking Anglesey views. The Oyster Catcher is just a few minutes walk from the award winning Broad Beach (Traeth Crigyll), popular amongst dog walkers and watersport enthusiasts alike. This dog-friendly Anglesey pub offers everything you need for that post-adventure refreshment.
Serving home-cooked food and local ales, The Bridge Inn is perfectly situated with superb views of The Menai Suspension Bridge. One of the much loved dog friendly pubs on Anglesey, The Bridge Inn is the perfect place to enjoy a hearty meal after a day exploring Menai Bridge. Enjoy the lively, fun atmosphere or cosy up in front of the fire with your beloved pooch!
The Bulls Head Inn, Beaumaris
The captivating seaside town of Beaumaris is a must for anyone visiting Anglesey, accompanied by man’s best friend! The Bull’s stylish bar welcomes small and medium dogs and offers hand drawn cask ales and an ever growing selection of gin. With its ancient artefacts and cosy log fire, a trip to The Bull makes for an ideal retreat after enjoying a scenic coastal stroll or exploring the impressive Beaumaris Castle.
A traditional pub located in the heart of Aberffraw, The Crown boasts gorgeous views of the stunning Anglesey coast. Just a few minutes walk from the beautiful golden sands of Aberffraw Beach, The Crown is the perfect place to refuel and relax after a brisk walk. If you’re lucky with the weather, then you and your pup can enjoy the views from the large garden terrace.
The Ship Inn, Red Wharf Bay
One of the most picturesque dog-friendly pubs in North Wales, The Ship Inn overlooks the beautiful Red Wharf Bay on the North West coast of Anglesey. You and your pup can relax in the cosy bar or enjoy the fresh air out on the picnic tables. The Ship Inn is an excellent base to explore Red Wharf Bay, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and a popular seaside location.
If you’re looking for a relaxing getaway with your four-legged friend, then make sure you check out our fantastic range of dog-friendly cottages in Anglesey. Or why not check out these mouth-watering restaurants in North Wales.
Images Courtesy of: Bob Shires, Lisa Stevens, Nigel Williams, Eric Jones, Sion Roberts – (CC BY-SA 2.0); Tom Bastin, Tom Bastin, John Lord, Phil Brown – (CC BY 2.0); Gerald Murphy – (CC BY-ND 2.0)
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Hi, I'm Katy and I joined the Marketing team in February 2020.
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