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The Last Inn, Barmouth - pub details

Address: Church St, The Harbour, Barmouth, Gwynedd, LL42 1EL [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 8462) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Barmouth (0.3 miles), Llanaber (0.3 miles), Morfa Mawddach (1.3 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.3/10 (rated by 20 users)
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other pubs nearby:

Barmouth Hotel, Barmouth (0.1 miles), Lion Hotel, Barmouth (0.1 miles), Tal Y Don, Barmouth (0.2 miles), Min y Mor, Barmouth (0.7 miles)

user reviews of the Last Inn, Barmouth

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My fourth port of call in Barmouth on Saturday night, was another Marston's establishment near the famous railway bridge over the Mawddach Estuary. You can tell that the interior has a nice, traditional interior. But, it was rather spoiled by a disco with flashing lights. Pedigree is a regular here. Guests were Directors, Wainwright & Sunbeam. There was a mixed set of age groups here and most people seemed to be having a good time, especially the guy dancing away to the music, in front of the DJ's booth. Looks like it would be much nicer on a quieter day.
blue_scrumpy - 18 Nov 2019 17:59
Great little pub. Relaxing olde world vibe good for a decent pint or two.
Muzzy - 9 Jul 2019 09:09
A week away (Tuesday afternoon).

OLde worlde small pub on the edge of the harbour, second visit with a year or so in between - much quieter on a midweek afternoon. Beers are generally from the Marstons range but also had Courage Best and one other. One of the better pubs in Barmouth.
ellisref - 9 Jun 2018 13:38
A group of us walked the Mawddach Estuary trail and The Last Inn was the first pub we found on our way into Barmouth but what a find!!
The Last Inn has it all. The Guinness was outstanding,the best I have tasted for a very, very long time. My fellow walkers enjoyed the selection of real ales and malt whiskeys. The barman was extremely knowledgeable about his beers and spirits. The restaurant was very busy and the food smelt delicious but I could not be deflected away from my Guinness! Outstanding!!

TREFONEN - 17 Jan 2016 21:54
Barmouth is a wonderful small Welsh seaside town with an excellent beach and a decent vibe harbour and main street. Unfortunately it is desperately short of pubs, and even more desperately lacking in decent pubs, which is a real shame, as it deserves better.
The few outlets in town are a collection of hotels with public bars and a couple of more traditional pubs in the shape of the Tal-Y-Dor and the The Last Inn, and of these The Last Inn is probably the best of a generally average bunch and we found it a comfortable place for a lunchtime snack and a couple of pints.
The pub was being well utilised for our lunchtime visit and now benefits from having three functioning handpumps on the back room bar top and these were dispensing Marstons Pedigree, Hobgobblin and Sunbeam from the Banks Brewery, and on a sweltering hot summers day the Sunbeam hit the spot, as did the traditional pub grub being served.
The Last Inn would be my watering hole of choice if I was staying in or near Barmouth

Gann - 30 Jul 2013 13:23

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