The historical, traditional welsh village of Aberffraw, is peppered with whitewashed cottages that shine in the sun like pearls. The Crown pub located in the village square, is a perfect spot to stop a while and enjoy some excellent food and drink. Serving fresh, fabulous, homemade food, this traditional Anglesey pub is friendly, and popular, so booking in advance is always a good idea! Serving local ales, the pub has been highly rated on Tripadvisor, and after a day spent enjoying the golden stretches of beach, why not treat the whole family ( doggy too) to a treat, and enjoy a refreshing drink with a lovely view. Warm and welcoming, the staff are simply lovely and very attentive, with a cosy crackling fire adding to the chilled ambiance. Food served piping hot and prompt to your table, all served with a smile.
33-35 Bodorgan Square
Aberffraw, Anglesey , LL63 5BX
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