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The Prince Llewellyn, Beddgelert - pub details

Address: Smith Street, Beddgelert, Caernarfon, Gwynedd, LL55 4LT [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 31727) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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> Current user rating: 5.2/10 (rated by 9 users)
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Based almost on the bridge over the river. Nice attractive stone built building with a nicely laid out lounge with a small bar with a brick surround. 4 hand pumps offering a good selection of real ales. Seating, however only average.
boozers_knows - 4 Sep 2018 11:58

That this dump is currently rated as the best pub in Beddgelert on BITE is a total travesty. Reviews in 2008 and 2010 described it as “shabby” and “tatty.” In August 2015 nothing seems to have altered except that the decline has continued. OK, my pint of Robinson's Trooper wasn't too bad quality wise, but there was no enjoyment drinking it in such dreadful surroundings. My wife said that the ladies loo was disgusting and there was not even any toilet paper.

How Robinsons, whose pubs in my book are normally pretty good, can have let this place deteriorate so much is a mystery. Their other two pubs in the village – the Saracen's Head and the Tanronen are both much better. As for the Prince Llewellyn 0/10.

steve2905 - 24 Aug 2015 03:18
Myself and my Husband have visted The Prince Llewellyn on two occations now and on both of them have had a fantasic stay. The rooms are large, very clean with full tea and coffee facilitys, flat screen t.vs and the ones we stayed in had both a bath and shower!. The service was great really friendy staff and both Helen and Mervin went out of their way to make are stay a most enjoyable one. The food was excellent really tasty with somthing for everyone on the menu we were spoiled for choice. We will be making this hotel our regualar get away and would recommend it to everyone!
Beech1985 - 2 May 2012 17:53
Dog friendly, OK for a drink, but better to sit on the benches outside, as it is a tad tatty inside. Wouldn't consider eating anything except crisps in here. Staff and locals speak a lot of Welsh.
son_of_odin - 1 Sep 2010 13:08
Soaked to the skin on a wet and windy October day, our bedraggled and shivering group of walkers were overjoyed to see a cosy wood burning stove as we walked into the Prince Llewellynn. The bad news was that the person running the pub, a pleasant enough young man, was sat right in front of it in a T shirt, with a book and a cup of tea. He went off to get our drinks, leaving his book and mug there as markers of 'his' spot. Maybe he could look up the word 'hospitality' in the dictionary. Then the word 'business'. Because if we hadn't been relegated to a chilly corner, we would have bought a second round. Maybe even a third.
janedent - 23 Oct 2009 17:19

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