There is truly something for everyone in Wales, but probably the pubs are those establishments that fit everyone’s taste, desires and budget. Serving a great selection of local and international beers and spirits, offering home-cooked style, hearty snacks and dishes and always welcoming guests in a unique, friendly and warm atmosphere, it is not hard to say that pubs are the social focal point of even the smallest town in Wales and you definitely should experience them. Because of that, we help you explore the best pubs and clubs in Wales, simply browse our page! Pubs with rooms are another great experience you can have in Wales, where you can unwind, enjoy some rest and prepare yourself for a day full of amazing and memorable activities.
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Opened in 2014, our Welsh outpost serves the freshest craft beer from an eye-watering thirty taps. Situated just over the road from the national stadium, BrewDog Cardiff is a perfect location for locals and visitors to the capital alike. With a twist on our aesthetic, the bar creates an inimitable setting in which to relax, indulge and explore the wonderful, welcoming world of craft beer. Hang out with friends, hunker down with a few halves or grab a board game and make a night of it.
As its name suggests, CaféJAZZ is an establishment founded on a love of hosting the best jazz sounds new and old, local and international. At CaféJAZZ you can be sure of a warm welcome, friendly and high-quality service and delicious food at good prices – and all of this whilst enjoying live performances from some of the world’s finest jazz musicians. The CaféJAZZ venue is situated in the heart of one of the liveliest and youngest capital cities in Europe, and its intimate size lets you feel close to the action. So call in and enjoy!
Based in South Wales, there are now three Bar 44 outlets, in Cowbridge, Penarth and Cardiff. Each bar offers different food and drinks menus in order to showcase the huge variety of quality Spanish produce available. All the menus are a reflection of Tom and Owen’s travels across Spain, from Galician beef to San Lucar prawns and Carmona Olives to aged Manzanilla sherry, the list goes on and on.