The Victoria Inn is a traditional village pub on the bank of the River Artro in the beautiful county of Gwynedd, home to the Snowdonia National Park. Here, you will find you have the best of both worlds as we are within only walking distance of sublime Welsh mountains and wilderness, as well as just a stone’s throw from the beach!
Built in the 1800s this charming stone-built building was originally a coaching house. The Settle Bar is the oldest part of the building and still retains many interesting original features which include an antique grandfather clock and flagged stone floor. The bar is named for the large circular wooden settle, which guests particularly like to sit cosily around before the stove on a chilly evening, complete with a pint of Robinson’s ale.
On the other hand, you may enjoy sampling our splendid home-cooked menu in the Lounge Bar or our restaurant. Recipes at The Victoria Inn are prepared from fresh local produce and vegetables from our own kitchen garden. Our menu is traditional, supplemented by daily specials, Sunday roasts as well as a children’s menu.
We have five en suite double bedrooms to let on a bed and breakfast basis. The rooms are superbly maintained and include a colour
television as well as tea and coffee making facilities.