Five Welsh beach destinations to visit...
Find your perfect pub by the beach in Wales...
Eat, drink, stay and unwind at a Robinsons pub. Your next Welsh beach destination awaits you from Anglesey to Abersoch and plenty in between.
Set back from the stunning Anglesey coastline, The Benllech pub combines the appeal of a traditional pub with the charm of a seaside attraction. Step inside to find a warm and inviting interior, where wooden beams, stone walls and coastal artwork create an atmosphere that captures the essence of seaside relaxation. The real gem, however, lies just beyond the doors – just down the hill, you will find the golden sands of Benllech Beach, offering a picturesque setting for your pub visit. The family friendly pub's large outdoor seating area allows you to unwind with not only beer but also delicious pub food. Whether you're seeking a leisurely afternoon drink or a hearty meal after a day of sandy adventures, The Benllech offers the perfect spot for the summer.
The Gazelle Hotel
Enjoy a day out between mountain views and the seaside at The Gazelle Hotel in Menai Bridge, Anglesey. This hidden gem tucked away along the Menai Strait boasts not only breathtaking estuary views, but delicious food made from fresh seasonal produce (specialising in seafood), plus 10 en-suite bedrooms to rest after a long day of exploring. The pub has its own beach, a mooring for sailing boats and a slipway for access to the straits, with access to the surrounding areas of North Wales within easy reach. The pub itself is full of character, adorned with seaside decor partnered with a warm ambiance. Step onto their outdoor terrace, where you can take in the fresh sea air with views of the Menai Strait directly opposite Bangor's 125-year-old pier. As the day transitions to evening, the pub transforms into a hub of activity, offering an enticing menu and regular evening entertainment with live music, DJs, and cocktails.
On Trearddur Bay’s water’s edge, you will find The Seacroft. With a blend of modern décor and coastal charm, The Seacroft promises a great seaside escape for the whole family. What truly sets it apart is its proximity to the beach – just a stone’s throw away, you’ll stumble upon Anglesey's golden sands. Unwind, take a refreshing ocean swim, or enjoy leisurely walks along the shore. With seasonal pub food, and six wonderful beach-shack inspired bedrooms, it is the perfect place for a family beach escape.
The Garddfon Inn
Escape to the Garddfon Inn for a coastal retreat. In the pretty village of Y Felinheli on Anglesey this traditional inn offers an idyllic setting for beach-goers. With its close proximity to the shores of the Menai Strait, visitors can take strolls along the sandy beach with incredible views of the local Welsh scenery. Whether you're seeking a relaxing getaway or an active adventure, the Garddfon Inn's beachfront location provides an ideal spot. After a day of relaxation or water activities, unwind at the inn where tasty meals and refreshing drinks await. Why not stay the night in one of their five en-suite bedrooms?
Located on the Welsh peninsula, Y Bryncynan is a pub of local charm and community spirit. Y Bryncynan sits in a privileged location near the beautiful Pwllheli, Nefyn and Llanbedrog beaches. Enjoy the snack shack in their dog-friendly beer garden, let kids release their inner-wild at the children’s play area, and enjoy a delicious family-friendly menu. Visitors can find a cosy spot to unwind, or explore the region on some of its famous scenic walks here.
St Tudwal’s Inn
Snuggled in the picturesque village of Abersoch, St Tudwal's offers the perfect family escape. With a modern outdoor terrace boasting panoramic views, a children’s play area and a fantastic pub restaurant serving delicious home-cooked food, there is something for everyone! Enjoy real pub culture with a beachfront allure in Abersoch.