The Liverpool Arms is a fairly small pub if you step inside with a predictable nautical decor given it's location on Conwy Quay but there is plently of outdoor seating which is very popular in the summer.
If the sun is shining there's no better way to pass an afternoon than getting takeout fish and chips from The Galleon chip shop and a beer in a plastic 'glass' from the Arms and sitting on the Quay fighting off the seagulls (aka flying rats). This should on everybody's 100 things to do before they die!
Small smugglers cove type pub like you get in small cornish fishing villages. Dressed stone built against the ancient town walls next to the lower gate on the quay side. Picnic tables outside with views of the quay and estuary. Inside is small and cosy with a nautical theme. Everything else is standard pub fayre.
Probably my favourite pub in Conwy. Think of a old smugglers inn from old films - and this is what you get! Its on the quayside, not far from the smallest house in Britain. Stone floors, real ales, quite tiny really - used to get far too smokey before the ban. More locals than tourists, it does get busy at times. Its a great boozer.
The best Pub in Conwy, whilst in need of a refurb this small traditional pub on the Conwy Quay is the centre of the community and attracts both locals and tourists. Its everything you would expect from a traditional pub, good beer and friendly service and no fancy extras - its doesnt need them! Location is perfect in the Summer hoards of people sit outside with their Plastic Pint pots watching the boats pass by. A must Visit Pub
Small, not too friendly and really just an outdoor summer pub, maybe a little harsh but true.
Day visit to Conway, seemed to best pub in the town. On the harbour front. Seats outside which would be nice on warm sunny day. Doesn't do food, which is a bit surprising. Limited number of cask ales
Great pub for drinking in the summer. I recently visited here with some friends and found it very inviting and warm.
Liverpool Arms, lovely little traditional pub, can't be beaten on a lovely sunny day,you can sit outside and admire the view over the Quay, however you do pay for the pleasure . However Its well worth a visit .
this was one of my favourites in conwy,a old traditional little pub on the seafront of conwy,i have not visited for a while but have fond memories of sitting out with our pints in the summer watching all the activity and the tourists i am hoping to visit again soon.
they dont do food !!!!!!!! crisps ,nuts etc but thats it !
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