Two of the UK’s top ten beer gardens are in North Wales

TWO of UK’s best beer gardens are here in North Wales.

Using Yelp data, holiday letting company holidaycottages.co.uk has analysed beer gardens up and down the country to reveal once and for all where the very best are.

Llandudno’s Cottage Loaf and Anglesey’s The White Eagle made it in the top ten list.

Analysing the research, the areas with the best beer gardens in the UK, based on the average rating score and the total number of reviews are as follows:

1. Ben Nevis Inn, Fort William (23)

2. The Drovers Inn, Loch Lomond (21)

3. The Square and Compass, Swanage (16)

4. Cottage Loaf, Llandudno (15)

5. The Drunken Duck Inn & Restaurant, Ambleside (12)

6. Fort Inn, Newquay (10)

7. Smugglers Inn, Weymouth (10)

8. The Angel at Burford, Cotswolds (10)

9. The White Eagle, Anglesey (8)

10. The Albert, Windemere (7)

Cottage Loaf in Llandudno and The White Eagle in Anglesey both feature in the top ten list of the best beer gardens in the UK – so are definitely two pubs you should be thinking of visiting if you’re in the area.

The Cottage Loaf in Llandudno’s Market Street reopened its outside seating area to serve drinks and homemade food on Monday.

One Facebook user said: “First time visiting today & the food was amazing! Can’t wait to come back again.”

Another said: “Looks like a road trip to the seaside coming up soon.”

The White Eagle in Rhoscolyn, a modern gastropub with an outstanding menu and breathtaking view, opened on Wednesday.

One Facebook user said: “Fantastic service and delicious food today, thank you! Glad I brought my own blanket though!”

Another said: “The last place I ate before lockdown and the first today. Weather not great but the food, staff and the company made up for it. Thank you.”

Check the pubs’ social media pages or contact them for opening times and booking details.

Commenting on the study, Shannon Keary, Digital PR Manager at https://www.holidaycottages.co.uk/, said that “we wanted to see where the ten best beer gardens were located, hopefully helping people decide where they should go once the doors are open, and also where to visit on a staycation this year”.

“It’s also really great to see that independent bars, pubs, and restaurants are all featured in this list. We know that the hospitality industry has suffered in the past year, and it’s encouraging to see so many highly rated British independents on this list. We hopefully will encourage many people to visit and support them in April and beyond!”

North Wales Pioneer | Llandudno