5 Places to Tuck into a Sunday Roast in North Wales

The Sunday roast is a long-standing tradition and has to be one of the best-loved dishes in Britain. Whether you go for turkey, beef or pork, you pile on a mountain of mashed potato or have everything swimming in gravy; there is nothing better to eat on a Sunday! However, there is also a ridiculous amount of washing up to do after, plus a few hours of preparation beforehand. So, once in a while, it is nice to go out and treat yourself by leaving the cooking of a roast in the hands of professionals. You will be happy to know there are plenty of great places to head to for a Sunday roast close by to many of our North Wales caravans for sale, so when you holiday in the region, there is a great pub lunch just waiting for you to tuck into.

The Gors Bach Inn, Llanddeiniolen

The relaxed and friendly pub, The Gors Bach Inn is located in the rural area of Llanddeiniolen, not far from Caernarfon and has an excellent reputation for its Sunday roast. There are five types of meat to choose from, all locally sourced: lamb, beef, pork, turkey or ham, as well as three different potatoes and seven types of veg. With many good Tripadvisor reviews, this is one you have to check out! The best part is that it all comes at the price of £9.50 per person and £4 for children. Sunday lunch is served until 2.30pm every Sunday, but be warned that orders will not be taken after 2pm.

The Village Inn, Llanfairfechan

The Village Inn, at Llanfairfechan near Conwy, starts serving Sunday lunch at 12 pm, with last orders at 4.30pm. The delicious lunch includes a joint of meat, a selection of potatoes, gravy, veg and a Yorkshire pudding. The meat options include beef, ham, Welsh lamb and turkey. All roasts are £8, with children eating for £5.90.

Glyn Y Weddw Arms, Llanbedrog

The Glyn Y Weddw Arms in the picturesque town of Llanbedrog, near Pwllheli, is well known for its carvery, served from 12 pm to 9 pm every Sunday. There are three types of meat to choose from, roast beef, turkey or ham, and there is a chance to upgrade your lunch for a larger portion if you are super hungry, which is just £9.95. Kids meals are half the price. There is also a children’s playground available, so the kids can immediately start burning off the calories!

The Cottage Loaf, Llandudno 

In the heart of the picturesque seaside town of Llandudno is the traditional country pub The Cottage Loaf. Their Sunday lunch has a selection of meat on offer, and it all comes from the butcher next door, so you know its quality and local meat. For the adventurous – and hungry – why not try the Three Meat roast? At £14.50 per person, you can get roast beef, roasted turkey and Welsh lamb, along with an extra Yorkshire pudding!

The Oakley Arms Hotel, Blaenau Ffestiniog

The Oakley Arms Hotel is a historic Welsh inn, surrounded by the lush green hills of the Vale of Ffestiniog, right in the heart of Snowdonia. They offer a freshly prepared traditional Welsh roast for £8.95 per person, or £12.95 for two courses, from 12 pm to 3 pm every Sunday. There are five types of meat available which include, beef, turkey, lamb, gammon and pork, along with a choice of vegetables. Children are welcome too, with a play area available.