Five pubs in North Wales as found in Michelin’s Eating Out in Pubs Guide for 2016

We all love food, right? And here in North Wales, we are blessed with having an abundance of places which take advantage of the freshest local produce to create amazing food, all of which can be enjoyed with a local beer! Pub food as found near our caravans for sale in North WalesThose of you looking at caravans for sale in North Wales may wish to take note of these pubs, as this is the sort of excellent food you will expect to find on your doorstep!   White Eagle, Rhoscolyn Located in a small hamlet on the peninsula, expect to enjoy great food with stunning sea views. The food is presented in a contemporary style, and thanks to its location, you will find amazing fish dishes on the menu. Whether that be the traditional fish and chips or a more modern pan-friend salmon with prawn and chorizo butter, we’re sure you’ll find something that will take your fancy. The Kinmel Arms, Abergele The early 17th century inn is hidden away by the entrance to Kinmel Hall, but when you find it, you will be glad you did. You don’t get much more local when it comes to the food than this, with the venue having their own cows in a field nearby, and their own fruit and veg being grown in a small polytunnel. If you have brought along your four legged friend on your holiday, they are more than welcome to join you here. Hand at Llanarmon, Denbighshire The Hand is located at the crossroads of two old drover’s roads (used to transport livestock on foot), offering a place for weary travellers to refuel for several centuries now. The current owners have this in mind, and keep things very traditional.Expect to find a roaring open fire, stone walls and hearty pub classics on the menu. Bring your appetite as well, as the portions are on the generous side! Groes Inn Hotel Conwy, Ty’n-y-groes Located in the foothills of Snowdonia, the Groes Inn dates back to 1573. The sign located on the front proclaims that the Groes Inn was the first licensed house in Wales, so you know that you are eating and drinking in one of the oldest establishments in the country. The menu also features great depth, which will appeal to any and every one.# Pen-y-Bryn, Colwyn Bay It may not look like much from the outside, but never judge a book by its cover! The beautiful views of Colwyn Bay from the terrace or the garden are a sight to behold, and inside you’ll find large tables perfect for the whole family to enjoy a feast. The menu includes many game-based dishes, as well as a giant looking ploughman’s platter, and the local ale on tap will wash it all down nicely.

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