15 Amazing dog friendly pubs in Anglesey

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The Isle of Anglesey just off the Welsh coast is rich with wildlife, walkies, heritage sites, and picturesque villages.

This popular staycation destination is perfect for you and the pooch to escape everyday life and enjoy miles of coastal or moonscape walkies without a care in the world, and we’ve hand-picked 15 of our favourite dog-friendly pubs in Anglesey for you to “pup” in and refresh yourselves after all that adventure.

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Y Morfa

Y Morfa allows dogs inside in the bar area of this laid-back pub. The staff are friendly and there’s never a long wait for your order, ideal for filling up hungry bellies and wetting the whistle after exploring the beach.

It’s a typical pub serving proper hearty grub, with a wide selection of drinks including some very crisp ciders.

Owain Glyndwr Inn

The Owain Glyndwr is another dog-friendly pub in Anglesey that offers a relaxing, country-style retreat where you and the pooch can kick back, relax, and enjoy some homemade food in big portions without huge price tags.

Amazingly, everything on their menu can be made gluten-free if it isn’t already, and the locals are just as likely to fuss your pup as the staff are. It’s a steep walk to reach this brilliant pub, but well worth the trek.

Ship Inn

Nestled in picturesque Red Wharf Bay, the Ship Inn is a super dog-friendly pub in Anglesey where you might opt to stay outside to savour the gorgeous views over the coastline.

There are some friendly tables inside, and beach huts in the garden to shelter in too should you need to escape the sea breeze.

It might not be the best foodie pub on the island, but there’s a great range of drinks including several real ales, and the service is always brill.

The Bull

There are over 400 years of history tucked into this cosy and award-winning pub. The Bull is jam-packed with cask ales, character features, and friendly charm.

The guest rooms are dog friendly but the indoor areas of the pub aren’t, so be aware that even if you stay you’ll need to eat in the courtyard.

It’s no worry though, given the plentiful heaters and shelter, and the friendly staff will make sure you’re perfectly looked after.

Y Cefn Glas

This village pub has been recently refurbished throughout, creating a bright and airy space that you can’t help but be drawn into.

It’s not too far from the holiday park, so there are locals and caravaners alike mixed in Y Cefn Glas amidst the welcoming and chatty atmosphere.

There are generous portions of homecooked food, and come summer there’s usually a few BBQs too. Best of all, this Anglesey pub is dog-friendly.

The White Eagle

The White Eagle came under new ownership last year and is going from strength to strength. It might come as a surprise that a gastropub of this calibre allows dogs inside, but four-legged family members are as welcome as anyone and they’re even given their own drinks and treats!

It’s best to book ahead as there are only a few dog-friendly tables available inside, but there’s plenty of room in the garden overlooking the bay.

The Inn at the Bay (Trearddur Bay Hotel)

Given the name, it’s no surprise The Inn at the Bay is conveniently close to the bay and you can “pup” in after a seaside stroll. There’s plenty of scrumptious seasonal delicacies on offer as well as typical pub grub.

Dogs are welcome in the garden and bar, just not the restaurant. I’m sure no one will mind though because wherever you sit you can still enjoy the quality food, cheerful service, and the dog will have a cuddle and a few treats from the staff.

The White Lion

You’ll be hard-pressed to find a more dog-friendly pub in Anglesey than this, because The White Lion doesn’t just welcome waggy tails and wet paws with open arms, they readily encourage humans and hounds to pup in after walkies.

You can make the most of their doggy shower to clean the pooch up (shampoo and towels included!) before the family settles down to enjoy some scoff. Plus, there’s a pub dog and even parakeets to make friends with.

Anglesey Arms

This historic hotel doesn’t just have a few pet-friendly rooms you and the pooch can stay in, it’s also home to a spacious green garden, and a friendly pub that welcomes pups in the bar.

The Anglesey Arms wants pooches to have as relaxing a time as their owners, so there’s always a gentle fuss, water bowls, and biscuits on offer.

Meanwhile, the great drink selection and scrummy food will tempt the humans, and thankfully the full menu is available to order from the friendly bar so no one has to miss out.

Y Goron (The Crown)

Dogs are welcome to join their humans in the bar and terrace of The Crown provided their humans are on a lead. You need only look at their glowing reviews to see that this dog-friendly Anglesey pub is itself the jewel in Aberffraw’s crown.

It’s ideally located just a short stroll from the beach and coastal path, perfect for a pit-stop. The staff are friendly and attentive, and they’ll make sure your pooch doesn’t get peckish and fetch them some free water and treats.

Tafarn Y Rhos

The Robinson’s owned Tafarn Y Rhos is a super pub that welcomes furry and even feathered friends to pop by with their humans for a pint. Given the roadside location, it’s perfect for when you’re driving across the island and need to stop to stretch your legs and refresh yourself.

It’s also got a few dog-friendly B&B rooms, and the staff are always happy to help even if it’s to give pointers on some great walkies nearby.

Stag Inn

Dogs are welcome inside in the bar on the wooden floors at The Stag, and since it’s practically on top of the Traeth beaches, this traditional village pub is a good place to “pup” in after a seaside stroll.

It’s especially perfect on chillier days when you and the pooch can cosy up by the fire and sip a hot toddy to warm your cockles. Otherwise, there’s a good range of drinks and a fairly standard menu of plentifully portioned pub grub.

Black Lion

The Black Lion used to be a popular pub, but now it’s morphed into a daytime eatery. The menu is still made up of pub classics, and the charming heart and stellar service remain the same.

Dog’s aren’t allowed inside nowadays, but they’re welcome on the patio and you and the pooch can take shelter and cosy up in a heated pod, with water bowls fetched for your furry friend.

The Kinmel Arms

The Kinmel Arms is nestled in the picturesque village of Moelfre overlooking the bay and a stone’s throw from a shingle beach.

This family and dog-friendly pub in Anglesey offers big portions of pub grub sure to fill even the hungriest of bellies, and potentially one of the broadest drinks menus on the island.

There’s a limited number of dog-friendly tables inside, so consider booking ahead!

Adelphi Vaults

Last but certainly not least, the Adelphi Vaults is one of the most well-reviewed pubs on the island and it’s clear why. Warm and welcoming inside, every single member of the family is received with cheer whether it’s a tiny tot, grumpy grandpa, or a four-legged friend!

It’s become particularly popular for its pie and mash, and pooches can make friends with Amber the pub dog. It’s impossible to miss the Adelphi, not least because of its blue livery!

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