We are currently closed, re-opening at the end of February.
Our doors are temporarily closing whilst we undertake some well earnt TLC on the pub. With some new plans in place we hope to bring a new lease of life to the old girl. But don’t worry we love the rustic and quaint characteristics of the Snowdon just as much as you do so we won’t be changing it too much but just more of a complementary refurb to improve our offering and our toilets!
Keep an eye on the website and as soon as we have a re-opening date then we will get it on here.
Whilst we are closed then why not pop along to one of our sister pubs, The Cottage Loaf in Llandudno, The Queen’s Head in Glanwydden or The Erskine Arms in Conwy.
We apologies in advance for any inconvenience caused and by all means drop us an email on email@example.com if you have any questions.
The Snowdon is a traditional Welsh pub in the busy town of Llandudno, It is one of the oldest pubs in the town dating back to the early 1800s when Llandudno was a small mining village on the side of the Great Orme, and only a handful of folks were beginning to imagine what Llandudno could become. The pub sits on Tudno Street, a charming terrace street, that sits slightly above the town up towards the tram station on the side of the Great Orme. We offer a wide range of cask-conditioned ales with specially selected guest beers each week, as well as a wide selection of wines, spirits and soft drinks.
The Snowdon doesn't serve food but various snacks are served from behind the bar to curb any hunger. There’s a traditional open fire to enjoy in the winter and a terrace on the front to soak up the rays and admire the views up to the Great Orme during the oh so brief warmer months.
The Snowdon is the Llandudno's local, but we’re a very friendly bunch and get just as many visitors through our door as locals, who we then find visit time and time again becoming their local away from home.