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Following Drakeford’s recent announcement, it is with a very happy heart that we can once again welcome customers back to the pub from Wednesday 28th April. Whilst it may just be outside and under the ‘rule of 6’, and it may involve coats and warm jumpers, the odd umbrella and the dodging of a brief April shower, it will however, mean we are once again able to enjoy a proper pint of beer, a glass of something cold and crisp on the patio, some delicious food and tempting nibbles. But most importantly, it means we can all see each other once again, not on a screen, not through a window or other side of the road but across a table from one another, at a pub, enjoying a drink and each other’s company, one of the simplest and greatest pleasures in life.
As we will be reliant on the rather unreliable British weather for those first 5 weeks, taking bookings for outdoor tables presents some challenges. We are sure you can appreciate that most of our outside tables are open to the elements and therefore we will not be taking bookings, tables will be available on a first come first served basis, so if it does tip it down, we’re not having to disappoint people by cancelling that table. Each and every one of us must now do our bit for the pubs of Great Britain and keep our fingers and toes crossed for a Spring like last year, so we can celebrate the reopening of society in true British style…….at the pub, drink in hand, in the sunshine.
From Wednesday 28th April until we are able to open up indoors we will be open daily serving at the following times:
Food: 12pm - 8pm (6pm on Sundays)
Drinks: 12pm - 10pm
As of yet we don’t have a date for opening the pub indoors but as soon as we do then you will be the first to know. We are optimistic that we will be able to open from the end of May so we are currently taking inside bookings from Monday 24th of May online.
We can’t wait to welcome you and your friends & family back to the pub. See you soon.
Ian and the team
JOINING US FOR A DRINK OR BITE TO EAT? Just pop down to the pub and grab a table outside. We are not taking reservations at present. At busy times you may be asked to wait if a table is not available.
Our guests, diners and drinkers can rest assured that we are doing everything we can to create a safe and enjoyable environment for all. In keeping with government guidance we have put some extra measures in place, please click here to find out more along with some helpful FAQs that should answer any questions you may have.
The Glengower, a traditional seafront pub with rooms on the stunning Aberystwyth promenade.
‘The Glen’ as we are affectionately known by the locals, offers a warm welcome through its doors to locals and visitors alike, attracting people from near and far for its homemade menu of fresh local seasonal food and a great selection of real ales and ciders with most coming from the local area. We are also known to have in stock a whisky or two or over 90 to be a little more accurate!
Our warm and cosy setting means that whatever the weather, the Glengower is the perfect spot to relax, either, out on our stunning sun terrace in the warmer months or next to our open fire during the winter.
We have a strong reputation as a destination for dining in the town offering a homemade menu of pub classics along with a number seasonal specials often featuring locally caught seafood. All of our dishes are freshly made using local ingredients where possible to ensure quality and freshness in every dish, and hopefully give you a flavour of the local area.
Upstairs sits 16 en-suite bedrooms over three floors, many with a sea view. Our rooms are clean, warm and comfortable and all of our rates include breakfast. Our location offers the perfect seafront inn within easy reach of the town centre.
Sitting within a stone’s throw from the beach, the pub has stunning views over Cardigan Bay and no matter what the season, it’s always the best place to watch the changing tides from calm summer days where the dolphins can often be spotted playing in the shores to the wild winter months when the waves crash down onto the beach below.
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