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The George and Dragon, Beaumaris - pub details

George and Dragon

Address: Church St, Beaumaris, Gwynedd, LL58 8AA [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 8456) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Bangor - Gwynedd (3.6 miles), Llanfairfechan (4.9 miles)

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After finding yet another Anglesey pub closed (the Owain Glyndwr at Llandona), I arrived into Beaumaris for the first time in over 30 years. First port of call was this Robinsons pub. It feels like a little decoration could be in order, with the carpets in particular being well worn. But this is a very old building (with low ceilings in places - watch your head) that promotes its 16th century wall paintings. The 2 ales were George & Dragon Ale & Hop Gun. Worth a visit. But the ale quality doesn't seem too reliable.
blue_scrumpy - 22 Sep 2016 19:46
All the previous reviews are very old so here's an update.
I dropped in at lunchtime with my wife after a visit to the Beaumaris Castle.
With ref to the last comment there was a couple in the bar with a dog in the bar happily gnawing on a bone so obviously that attitude has changed.
I had a piny of Dizzy Blonde which was excellent. We both had a toasted sandwich and it came with a salad drizzled with balsamic,and a potion of coleslaw.
The decor is traditional dark wood, carpets on the floor giving a cosy comfortable feel. Overall it is the kind of pub I like.
Colourshifter - 16 Jul 2016 21:59
Not dog friendly unless you're part of the cliche....paid for our food but left without eating it as was a very hostile environment. Have written a letter of complaint to the Manager, not heard anything back...AVOID!
fragglerocker - 4 Jul 2013 09:51
My favourite pub. Former owners Rosie and Griff made this experience the BEST! They did everything they could to make our visit enjoyable! 600 year old pub has an interesting history ranging from Cromwell's visit in the 17th/c to the archeaological study that is progressing upstairs by Oxford prof's. The walls of the old place are still intact and host a variety of old pics and odds and ends. Great fire in the winter time and a variety of lagers to choose from (I, of course, had my fill of Robinson's Unicorn while there: nice bitter served in a clean line). The Welsh 'mafia' of Pete the F******, Machete John and Machinegun Lou are terrific drinking companions. No trip to Beaumaris can be complete without visiting the G&D. Thanks Rosie and Griff-YOU'RE THE BEST!
mrdruse - 27 Dec 2006 19:36
yeah cool place been there 16 yrs great, with the lads, cool mad nite out and old eric in corner yeh!!!
python - 21 Mar 2005 16:14

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