Drinks MenuWe offer a great range of Robinson’s best beers: Dizzy Blonde, Unicorn, Wizard, Trooper & regular guest ales. On Keg we have Helles Lager, Robinson’s Stout, Coor’s, Moretti & many more. We offer a well balanced wine list with a good selection of the fizzy stuff all complimented by a great selection of gins, whiskies, rums & other popular spirits with mixers, soft drinks & snacks.View more about Drinks
Food MenuWe offer real home cooked food seasonally adjusted & regularly updated whilst ensuring favourites are always available. All produce, where possible, is locally sourced & delivered fresh daily to ensure only the finest ingredients go into the preparation of our meals. *Please advise us of any special dietary requirements & we will do our best to accommodate your requirements. IMPORTANT: always advise us of allergies as our food is prepared in a mixed discipline environment.View more about Food
RoomsWe offer 5 well appointed en-suite bedrooms. Ideal for those wishing to enjoy the local scene, yet also those looking for close proximity to the main beaches & any one of the local walks. Thinking of an out of season midweek break then please call us, we might just have a great offer available. Note: We are in the centre of town & enjoy healthy bar activity, so there may be some residual noise until closing.View more about Rooms
About The St Tudwals Inn
About The St Tudwals InnSt Tudwals, first mentioned as a hotel in a newspaper article from 1873, probably the oldest pub in the village. The pub has been serving people ever since, nearly 150 years. Today the St Tudwals has 3 lounge areas, external terraces front & back. Fine home cooked food is available daily & comfortable accommodation if your looking for a break.View more about About The St Tudwals Inn
About The St Tudwals Inn
Make a night of it! With super-comfy beds available, and those little home comforts, we're sure you'll have a great night's sleep.
Soak up the sunshine and enjoy a tipple in our beer garden.
Disabled Access / Facilities
We have tried, where possible, to make our pub accessible to everyone... but we appreciate that people may have different requirements. Please phone ahead for full details of our disabled facilities.
Well-behaved four-legged friends are welcome.
We are a family friendly pub and welcome all well-behaved children.
Feeling peckish? Come dine with us! We offer Great British homecooked dishes served with a smile… and best of all no washing up!
Great Cask Ales
Join us for a pint. We pride ourselves on our beer and offer some of the cask ales in town.
We have a car park with limited spaces for our guests to use. Pay and display car parks are available nearby.
Keen walker? With close proximity to many trails and hidden walks, there’s plenty to explore right on our doorstep. Round off your ramblings with a pint of Robinsons ale.
Excellent Wi-Fi access is available for free.
So, where did the name St Tudwal’s come from, was it the Bishop or the Island?
Tudwal was said to be the son of Hoel Mawr (Hoel I) and a brother of Saint Lenorius. Tudwal travelled to Ireland to learn the scriptures, and then became a hermit on Saint Tudwal's Island East, off the coast of North Wales. Tudwal later immigrated to Brittany, settling in Lan Pabu with 72 followers, where he established a large monastery under the patronage of his cousin, King Deroch of Domnonée. Tudwal was made Bishop of Tréguier on the insistence of Childebert I, King of the Franks.
Well, not much is known about the islands but given the period in History that Tudwal was a hermit on the east island you could be forgiven for assuming the islands are named after him.
ST TUDWALS INN
St Tudwals Inn as it is today (or St Tudwell’s as it is sometimes spelled) appears in the 1881 census returns, so it is possible that it was either built / converted from an existing building between 1871 and 1881 (i.e. when the previous census was taken). Intriguingly, a St Tudwell’s Hotel is mentioned in a newspaper article dated from August 1873. As is the case with trying to date old buildings, it can be almost impossible to get a completely accurate date. The St Tudwal’s Inn is, most probably, the first and oldest public house in the village of Abersoch. In more recent history Robinsons saw the St Tudwals as an opportunity to acquire a prestigious venue in, probably the most beautiful village in North Wales and acquired the property in 1973. We welcome your input to the history of St Tudwals Inn if it helps us provide more accurate information. Please forward to: firstname.lastname@example.org
ST TUDWALS TODAY
Located in the centre of Abersoch, St Tudwals Inn is the perfect location for a short or longer holiday in one of our well appointed guest rooms. Simply explore the village, which boasts many fine shop’s and restaurants, explore the beaches, 4 of them are within easy reach. 5 if you want to include a breath taking walk to Porth Ceiriad. No driving required all followed by a home made meal in our lounge and few of your favourite beverages.
Our pub is a family affair taking great pride in running the bar and kitchen to the highest standard.
The St Tudwals Inn offers two main public area’s. The main bar offers a more peaceful comfortable place to while away the day with a fine homemade meal and a beer or two. While the rear bar is a little bit more up tempo with music, pool, darts and sports on TV. You will also find the terrace here. An ideal place to enjoy the afternoon sun whilst your children play safely in the play area.
If your looking for somewhere to stay the St Tudwals offers 5 well appointed en-suite bedrooms. Ideal for those wishing to enjoy the local scene, yet also those looking for close proximity to the main beach’s and any one of the local walks to be found in the area.
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