“There is no love sincerer than the love of food.”G.B. Shaw.
Much loved: the Glyn y Weddw Arms in Llanbedrog, Pwllheli, offers customers a warm and welcoming atmosphere, within a bright and attractive traditional pub. Through cosy, casement windows, the happy sound of content customers flows as smoothly as the delicious Robinsons beer!Situated on the Llyn Peninsula, the golden sands and local attractions offer something for all the family, so after a lovely day spent in this picturesque village, come and choose from a glorious and appetising menu and just sit back, and enjoy the gorgeous, timeless feel of the surroundings. Family friendly, little ones can enjoy playing in an enclosed play area, whilst parents can chill under the impressive covered heated patio. Serving scrumptious hot food all day, everyday.
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Pwllheli, Gwynedd , LL53 7TH
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