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The Station

The Station

Open in May 2015, The Station is a destination dining establishment fit for a family get-together, birthdays or other parties, or maybe a business lunch or a bite to eat while out shopping.

Our bar, with its range of six ever-changing real ales has been recognised by CAMRA and we have made it into the Good Beer Guide 2017! The cellar is managed by our experienced and highly skilled, hand picked team, who take pride in their work and will be delighted to serve you when you pop in!

We order direct from local breweries and from further afield to give you a mix of that local taste with a blend of other excellent ales in the country. If there’s one you think we should be trying, then mention it to the bar staff and we’ll do our best to get it on.

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Virgilio’s

Virgilio’s

We are a Portuguese family from the beautiful island of Madeira and at Virgilio’s we are bringing a taste of Madeira to Colwyn Bay with our new Portuguese menu.

We believe that with our authentic, fresh Portuguese food we can offer you a unique experience, whilst staying loyal to our already well established Italian cuisine.

So with that said we hope that your tastebuds can handle our mouthwatering dishes that originate from Madeira!

At Virgilio’s we believe that home cooking and sourcing local produce is the key to creating delicious food; something we are very proud of, and all our produce is locally selected.

All our dishes are cooked fresh to order, so we kindly ask for your patience. Thank you.

Please inform the staff of any food allergies you may have, and we will take the necessary precautions.

Gluten free dishes are available, please contact us for more details.

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Pen-Y-Bryn

Pen-Y-Bryn

The Pen-y-Bryn might look a little bit like a medical centre from the front, but inside, you’ll find lovely oak floors, open fires, bookcases and old furniture: it all looks very handsome, and we think its unassuming looks from the outside add to the feeling of making a gloriously serendipitous discovery.

We have a stunning garden and terrace, and our garden windows have panoramic views out over the sea and the Great Orme so you can sit back and take in the scenery after a long ramble or a hearty meal.

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The Cottage Loaf

The Cottage Loaf

The Cottage Loaf, a traditional country pub nestled in the heart of the seaside town of Llandudno.

‘The Loaf’ as we are affectionately known, has everything you would expect from a Welsh country pub; open fires, wooden beams, old heavy furniture, colourful gardens, great cask ales and hearty homemade food served by a friendly face. Oddly enough though, you’ll find us hidden down a back street in centre of Llandudno….we feel this only adds to the pub’s charm and quirkiness.

Our bustling bar offers an array of local cask and craft beers, along with world beers and a guest draught cider or two. We’ve got some cracking wines behind the bar, a strong selection of Scotland’s finest, as well as some other interesting and quality spirits. Our spacious pub has ample seating both indoors and out including our recently added garden room which opens out onto our courtyard garden, a great little sun trap for those oh-so-brief warm sunny days.

Our hearty homemade menu seems to pull folk from near and far…. locally sourced where we can, with our meat coming from the butchers just next door! Wholesome pub classics can be found on our menu mixed with a number of interesting seasonal specials from our enthusiastic and creative crew in the kitchen. Our team of chefs use only fresh produce to ensure quality and freshness in every dish, and hopefully give you a flavour of the local area.

Our location is perfect for enjoying some of the great attractions Llandudno has to offer as well as some of the stunning walks and scenery in the area. Well, there is nothing quite like a pub lunch after working up an appetite!

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Hickory’s Smokehouse

Hickory’s Smokehouse

A passion ignited .... A legendary road trip across Texas and Louisiana ignited a passion to bring home the flavours, culture and hospitality of the Southern States.

Slow cooked meats lie at the heart of our menu and the smokers at the heart of our restaurants.

Your Rhos-on-Sea Smokehouse .... Our little slice of ‘Southern Style’ heaven on the North Wales coast.

Set in the beautiful seaside town of Rhos-On-Sea, We are open 7 days a week for lunch and dinner and serve a smokin’ breakfast & brunch from Friday to Sunday.

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The Kinmel Arms

Good, quality, fresh food is the reason for the existence of The Kinmel Arms.


We live and breathe good food – it’s about flavour combinations to challenge your taste buds; local produce that starts in our own poly tunnel; a dining experience to excite!The Pantry is bursting at the seams with ideas for gifts for family, friends, clients or employees! Hampers, wines, port & cheese boxes, jams, chutneys, fudge, biscuits, pecans and the Kinmel Arms fruit cake. For the person that has everything we always have our Gift Vouchers, also now with the option of a lovely gift box, ribbon and tag.We can help you choose your own selection and gift wrap it for you, get in early and you can order hampers for everyone you need and pick them up at your leisure with no fuss!

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The White Lion

The White Lion

The White Lion Inn, Llanelian yn Rhos, just outside Colwyn Bay, in Conwy, North Wales; a beautiful historic Olde Worlde Country Pub and Restaurant with log fires, good traditional food, fine wines, and real ales, all served up in a family friendly relaxed atmosphere.

The White Lion is possibly the oldest country inn in North Wales with parts of the building reputed to date back over 1200 years; part of the existing pub served as a shippon and a granary, very apt you might think. The current building still retains its original Welsh slate floor and oak beamed ceiling: a 19th century church pew is utilised as one of the seats for customers. We have not forgotten the 21st century and offer a free WiFi service to help you keep in touch with today’s electronic age.

The pub has featured in the CAMRA Good Beer Guide for over 20 years and recently received an award. We are proud to be Cask Marque registered and always carry a mix of local and national real ale. We are also one of only five “Approved” entries in the Good Pub Guide within a twenty mile radius. In addition to Real Ales, we have developed, with Majestic Wines, an extensive Wine List to offer customers the perfect accompaniment to their meal.

We offer a wide selection of food from sandwiches to beautiful home cooked meals, coupled with our personal service to make your visit memorable and hopefully one of many. See our Restaurant and Lite Bites Food Menus

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Kings Head

Kings Head

The Kings Head public house, Old Road, Llandudno is renowned as the town’s oldest inn. It was the centre point of the old Llandudno village and played an important role in the development of the town.

Built in the late 1700’s, the inn was in existence well before Llandudno was established as a fashionable watering place. In fact it was the result of a conversation over a meal here that plans for the new resort of Llandudno were commissioned by Lord Mostyn, owner of the estate upon which most of town stands.

These plans came from the architect Owen Williams who had visited Llandudno in 1846, when during a meeting of local copper mine share holders at The King’s Head, it was agreed by all present that Llandudno was ripe for development as a holiday resort.

Three years later, in 1849, another person with a great influence on the history of the town stayed at the inn. This was the author of the “Tourist Guide to Llandudno” (published anonymously, but believed to be John Williams of Bodafon, land agent to the Mostyn estate).

He wrote:

Whilst the writer was in this locality his quarters were at The King’s Head. Kept by Mr. William Owen it is but a small inn though it affords all the solid comforts usually required by a domesticated family, he is called the ‘King’ and his delight is in suggesting, guiding, and directing his ‘subjects’ to objects of interest; but he never dictates. He possesses a fund of local information, and is very communicative. His table, for quality and quantity, is usually in keeping with his dignity; and the tax, which he levies, is so moderate, that his subjects pay it unhesitatingly, being satisfied that they have received value, thereby doing away with the necessity of being obliged to employ a tax collector, a being so obnoxious to the community in general. Long may he reign!

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