Set in the village of Y Felinheli on the banks of the beautiful Menai Straits, the Garddfon Inn (Tafarn Y Garddfon in Welsh) is a wonderful example of a traditional Welsh Community pub. The pub dates to over 200 years old and offers a fantastic view across the water. With a large open plan bar and a popular bistro/restaurant towards the back, the pubs atmosphere is a mixture of local welsh heritage and a nautical feel from the Menai Straights! The pub also has 5 en suite guestrooms overlooks the Menai Strait. It is also 4.7 miles from Bangor University and 8.5 miles from the Snowdon Mountain Railway.
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You will find Y Felinheli nestled on a stretch of water, the Menai Straights, between the Isle of Anglesey and the Welsh mainland. You can enjoy walks through the rugged Welsh countryside and along the coastline. There is a beautiful Harbour where many a water sport can be enjoyed, from kayaking, windsurfing or paddle boarding. Around the Harbour there are an array of cafes and pubs. There is Greenwood forest nearby, perfect for a family day out. Y Felinheli is a 15-minute drive from Bangor, which has good train and bus links. The village is also a 10-minute drive from Caernarfon also.
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Similarly Historic performance, whilst a significant factor to consider, is not a guarantee of future performance of a pub and you should bear this in mind in your assessment of trading potential.