Positioned at the foot of the little orme, llandudno, The Penrhyn Arms stunning renaissance architecture lends itself perfectly to this cosy, quirky pub. There’s something infinitely uplifting about the aroma and appearance of a bright, roaring fire in a grate, and this gorgeous pub has two. Award winning and deservedly so, ‘ The Arms’, was the only pub in Wales to be awarded the CAMRA gold awards for their real ale. Indeed, customers are offered the proverbial smorgasbord of culinary and visual delights, and in a variety of settings which combine to create a harmonious blend of both traditional and modern. Outside a captivating beer garden abundant with palm trees and a sparkling fountain creates a real feeling of chill. Food is absolutely outstanding, from woodfired pizza and curry nights to the traditional Sunday lunch, freshly prepared and homemade, you'll make this pub your regular, it’s that good.
In 1861 a little girl called Alice went on holiday with her family to the ‘Queen of resorts’, Llandudno in North Wales. It was of course Alice Liddell who inspired Lewis Carroll to write his masterpiece