Great Places to Eat in North Wales

Owning a tourer means that you have the freedom to pack up and go wherever you want, whenever you want, and not only do you get the chance to visit stunning locations, but you also get the opportunity to sample local eateries and enjoy delicious food – and believe us when we say – North Wales does not disappoint.

From traditional pubs with oak beams to modern gastro pubs serving contemporary food, you are sure to find something to suit you when you are exploring the area.

At Fifth Wheel, we enjoy eating out and wanted to share some of our favourites – there’s quite a variety on offer:

Whitehouse Gastro Pub and Restaurant, Rhuallt

The Whitehouse Gastro Pub and Restaurant in Rhuallt is renowned for serving delicious homemade dishes, prepared from scratch, using local ingredients.  Family run, the Whitehouse offers a welcoming, contemporary environment and FREE parking.

Elen’s Castle Hotel and Restaurant, Betws Y Coed

A cosy pub and restaurant serving homemade food in a historical setting, Elen’s Castle Hotel is open to residents and non-residents.

Yr Eagles, Bala

Yr Eagles is a traditional Welsh pub serving homecooked food made using local produce. Many meals can be adapted to meet dietary requirements and they also offer a plant-based menu.

The Midland, Beaumaris

 If you enjoy tapas, you’ll love The Midland in Beaumaris. Serving a delicious range of mouth-watering classic tapas dishes they also boast a variety of delicious specials.

Nikki Ips, Deganwy

Renowned for serving the finest Chinese cuisine, Nikki Ips is an award-winning Chinese restaurant offering great food in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere.  Visit the website to see the full menu, specials and banquets.

Bryn Williams, Porth Eirias, Colwyn Bay

Close to the sea, award winning Bryn Williams bistro, has a team of chefs who can turn simple, local ingredients into fabulous bistro style food with seafood taking centre stage.  Visit for breakfast, lunch, dinner or afternoon tea by the sea.  There is a terrace open for outdoor drinks and dining.

Dinorben Arms, Bodfari

The Dinorban Arms is steeped in history and boasts fabulous views.  Serving a delicious menu of classic British dishes complemented by exotic influences from other parts of the world, this pub offers a warm and welcoming environment.

Catch 22 Brasserie, Valley, Anglesey

A family run brasserie, Catch 22 serves great food in a relaxing atmosphere.  Call in for coffee or a three-course meal.

Ysgethin Inn, Barmouth

Located by a river, Ysgethin Inn in Barmouth is a warm and friendly country Inn serving a traditional menu to suit all tastes.

Dylans – Criccieth, Llandudno and Menai Bridge

Three, award winning, waterside restaurants serving local food and drink in beautiful coastal towns. Whilst seafood maybe the speciality, they do serve traditional meals.

Food is a big part of any holiday and trying out new places to eat is all part of the adventure – these venues offer menus that are bursting with flavour and atmosphere.

With many touring parks available for you to park up and take a wander you can easily combine great food and great locations.

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