Smallish neighbourhood bar, away from the main drag.
Huge, open-plan bar with games room in a converted church.
Busy and unpolished locals' pub with dance floor at the back.
Typical modernised pub popular for a huge cocktail range.
Trendified local, a bit off the normal pub crawl circuit.
Folksy, unmodernised pub. Strong on Welsh culture and music events.
Large, open-plan pub popular with younger locals and pub crawlers.
Attractive, ornate old pub that crams a large crowd into its small interior.
Typical local serving Trefechan, just outside town.
Modernised, out-of-centre hotel bar with its own small seafront terrace.
Harry's Bar and Bistro
Modern hotel bar claiming some kind of Irish theme.
Hen Lew Du
Traditional pub that's particularly geared towards Welsh speakers.
Inn on the Pier
Busy bar with fast food servery and often open 24 hours.
Snug back street pub, especially popular with younger locals.
Bright, modernised chain pub with a large food menu.
Compact side street pub, off the main circuit but with loyal regulars.
Lively little pub geared to locals but welcoming all.
Relaxed bistro, bar and not-too-hectic nightclub overlooking the sea.
Small but popular venue, mainly geared to locals.
Large snooker, pool and lounge room bar on the pier.
Town's largest nightclub, with typical mainstream music and big dancefloor.
Calm, cosy, initimate pub nestling alongside Trefechan Bridge.
Spacious, airy bar and eatery spread over two levels.
Large and popular back-street pub covering two floors.
Ship and Castle
Traditionally-styled little pub specialising in real ale.
The Starling Cloud
Marston's pub and hotel, just outside the town centre.
Vale of Rheidol
Typical small locals' pub near the railway station.
Loud, student-centred bar specialising in cheap food and drinks promotions.
Large chain pub serving cheap food and drink to all comers.
Small, popular nightclub of long-standing.
Open till late