L’s Bookshop & Cafe, Conwy

On the High St in Conwy town, this family run bookshop and coffee shop serves locally sourced food and produce. From March onwards, join in the Sunday morning 30 minute dog walk with Gareth & Lisa, then treat yourself to a well earned bacon sandwich and a coffee in the cafe, whilst Rover enjoys a […]

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Castle View, Deganwy

Castle View, Deganwy. With breathtaking views of Conwy Harbour & castle, this family run gastro pub is complimented by a great selection of local and regional cask ales. Offering something for everyone – traditional pub meals to more modern dishes you will find something to take your fancy! Well behaved dogs welcome. Tel 01492 583777 […]

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Turpin’s Bar, Great Orme

At the summit of the Great Orme, this themed pub offers the most popular bottled and draught beers, good wines and lagers with a view! Randy’s bar has been completely renovated and is themed on Randolph Turpin the champion Boxer, who once owned the Summit Complex. In 1952 the world middle weight champion purchased the building […]

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The Bridge, Conwy

A busy, traditional corner pub in the heart of Conwy just a stone’s throw from the glorious castle! Serving local real ales from the Nant Brewery, this is a very friendly pub where your furry friends can also come in with you for a drink and a bite to eat – yes, the dogs have […]

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Liverpool Arms, Conwy

On the quayside in the town, this lovely pub is a fabulous spot to stop and take five. Sit on the picnic tables outside, next to the smallest house in the UK, with views over the estuary and Conwy Castle, and watch the boats bobbing about in the harbour. Tel 01492 573393       

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The Albion Alehouse, Conwy

The Albion Alehouse is in the centre of this glorious town and is a pub where you will be made super welcome with your dogs! The dogs are welcome, so welcome if fact, that they have their own menu! The bar doesn’t serve bar food, however if you are peckish you can have a pork […]

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The Groes Inn, Conwy

With rustic soul, this award winning hotel, restaurant & bar overlooks the Conwy Estuary. Intimate, with the warmth of a real ‘local’ pub, there is a more formal dining room and also a cosy bar area with log burning fire (where dogs are welcome) to enjoy some hearty food and a nice local real ale. […]

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The Kings Head, Llandudno

The Kings Head in Llandudno is the oldest pub in Llandudno. A traditional pub that provides a warm and friendly atmosphere, excellent cask-conditioned ales, an unspoilt old world décor and a fantastic open fire for those cold autumn and winter days/nights. Tel 01492 877993         

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