Tafarn y Plu . Llanystumdwy . Gwynedd . LL52 0SH Ffôn 01766 523276 firstname.lastname@example.org
A brief history Tafarn y Plu was built as the Feathers Inn 200 years ago. It’s the only remaining inn of five that once serviced the village.
THROUGH THE AGES:
Landlord John Ellis Hughes and his sister Hannah Mary circa 1892
Croeso – Failte – Welcome to Tafarn Y Plu!
Enjoy a traditional warm Welsh welcome in this Grade II listed inn, with its highly traditional interior that has won it the accolade of being one of only 100 nationwide listed in CAMRA's June 2010 publication Real Heritage Pubs of Wales.
It stands directly opposite former British prime minister David Lloyd George's boyhood home in the picturesque village of Llanystumdwy, just off the A497 between Porthmadog and Pwllheli.
And we're only 200 yards from the popular Llyn Coastal Path as it passes through Llanystumdwy.
We were named the Local Product Eatery of the Year in the 2010/11 Gwynedd Taste & Talent Awards, and took the High Percentage of Local Produce Award for 2011/12, so enjoy yourselves as you look through our extensive menu, sipping your choice from our range of Welsh real ales, wines and spirits, together with international brands. We've been awarded the maximum five stars in the Food Standards Agency Wales Food Hygiene Rating scheme.
Fully sated, you can then visit the Lloyd George Museum across the road or his grave nearby, or enjoy one of the myriad easy-to-tackle walks that criss-cross this beautiful area.
Featured in the Good Pub Guide 2007, 2008, 2009 and again in 2010, we were awarded the Best Bilingual Business Award at the biennial Gwynedd Business Awards in May 2009, and short-listed in the Best Tourism Business section.
We won the best newcomers category for Wales in the Morning Advertiser Best Pub Awards 2006.
Well-behaved children are welcome throughout the establishment, although we do insist that parents/guardians keep them in check. But be aware that we strictly adhere to the law as regards serving alcohol to those under 18, and will ask for proof of age if any patron looks under 21.
You can bring your pooch with you into the public bar only, as long as it's well behaved, kept on a lead and off the furniture, and accepts that Huddug and Parddu the pub cats are likely to stroll through at any moment.
Otherwise we'll gladly provide your dog with a bowl of water out on the patio or in the beer garden.
There's ample free parking in the public car park just 100 yards away, while the No 3 bus between Pwllheli and Porthmadog via Criccieth passes our front door up to three times an hour during peak periods.
Criccieth railway station on the Cambrian Coast line is just a mile away. For travel information in Welsh or English contact Traveline Cymru on 0871 2002233, visit www.traveline-cymru.org.uk, or use the public transport travel wizard below..