Top 10 Walks - Wales Coast Path: Coastal Pub Walks – North Wales
What could be better than a bracing coastal walk followed by a pint by the sea? Northern Eye's guidebook to the best coastal pub walks in North Wales is a great way to explore the North Wales Coast.
All the pubs are situated either right on the coast (there are even two right on the shore) or a short distance inland and almost every one is open all day.
The walks, too, are carefully chosen and take in circuits that embrace some of the very best bits of the world-beating Wales Coast Path — including medieval castles, steam trains, deserted beaches, a holy island and a fantasy village.
Along the way, you’ll discover fine Welsh beers and ales, locally caught seafood, and characterful Welsh pubs and inns. These are days by the sea that will live on in your memory for years to come.
With clear information, an overview and introduction for each walk, expertly written numbered directions, large scale Ordnance Survey maps, superb eye-grabbing panoramic photographs, and interpretation of points of interest along the way, these guides set a new standard in clarity and ease-of-use
This attractive and cleverly structured guide gives walkers ten of the finest walks to Coastal Pubs on the North Wales Coast section of the deservedly popular Wales Coast Path in a popular pocketable format.
The pubs featured in the book are:
- The Snowdon, Llandudno
- Erskine Arms, Conwy
- Ship Inn, Red Wharf Bay
- White Eagle, Rhoscolyn
- Oystercatcher, Rhosneigr
- Tŷ Côch Inn, Porth Dinllaen
- Tŷ Newydd, Aberdaron
- Sun Inn, Llanengan
- Glyn y Weddw Arms, Llanbedrog
- Yr Awstralia, Porthmadog
Published by Northern Eye 2021.