We’re very slightly off the beaten track away from the busy high street offering a relaxing escape less than a minute’s walk from Upper Mostyn Street to enjoy a drink or two and a spot of lunch. The pub offers a cosy traditional interior and a delightful south facing terrace overlooking the Great Orme, and our friendly team are always on hand with a smile, ready to hand out some local knowledge or recommendations.
We have a heated sun terrace at the front of the pub which allows for some lovely sunny afternoons to be enjoyed on the decking.
Our pub has free WIFI throughout.
We do not have a car park at the pub however there is generally parking on the streets around the pub.
We’ve done our best to help for those less abled, with a ramp from the street into the front of the pub, but some can find it a little steep and our doors being of the Victorian era can be a little narrow for some wheel chairs etc. By all means please call ahead and let us know that you are coming and one of our team will happily be on hand to assist with the doors should you need it. We apologise but we do not have a disabled toilet and unfortunately due to space limitations, our toilets are downstairs.
Dogs are welcome on our terrace as well as in our pub so please just ask a member of the team if you cannot see a water bowl and would like a drink for your dog. Feel free to make us the last port of call on your dog walk, dogs drink for free!
2010 to 2020 – We feature in the ‘Good Beer Guide’
2015 to 2020 – Feature in the ‘AA Good Pub Guide‘
2017 & 2018 – Overall winner of ‘Llandudno in Bloom’
2014 – CAMRA Llandudno “Pub of the Season”
Tudno Street was the first street built in the ‘modern’ Llandudno around the 1840s, from where Llandudno expanded under the guidance of Lord Mostyn to the grand Victorian resort which we have today. Read more about the history of the Snowdon HERE.