This was a "go to pub" for rugby discussion in Holyhead. Was not very busy but the banter is still good.
The only quiet pub i found in Holyhead. A bit pricier than the other places I visited but the quiet is worth it. They did throw us out a bit quickly at closing time.
The weather was horrendous high winds , lashing rain just the ticket for going around Holyhead with all your "going out" clobber on We started off as normal in the 79 and it was packed , great to catch up with family and friend over...More
The 79 was a important part of my up bringing and adulthood when I was brought up here in the 1980s & 90s , great memories drinking here with my mates from MEM and on a weekend we have a drink here and then move...More
Once very popular bar still does well and has at the rear a tabled area with close views across to the train station and Ferry port. Popular with teenagers in the early part of an evening before they move through the town to other bars...More
this is the place to go for a drink and something to eat, the landlady kath i believe and her partner gave us a warm welcome,ihad a dish which was beef and black bean sauce with noddles it came on a sizzler i asked for...More