Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic this pub is currently offering additional services:
Re-opens on the 4th of July. See website for details.
See more about this pub on WhatPub, CAMRA's national pub guide.
Used to be the ticket hall of the railway station, burned down in 1980. Opened as a pub in 1984 as the Phoenix & Firkin, the chain was bought in turn by Allied and then Bass. In 2000 it became an O'Neill's, renamed again c.2005. Listed brick Victorian railway station building with a nice wrought-iron canopy. Spacious bare-boarded interior with a long bar made from a mahogany tree, high raftered ceiling, a huge station clock (from Llandudno Junction), small gallery at one end accessed via a spiral staircase. 5 handpumps.