One of the most recognisable pubs in Swansea, the Ship in St Thomas manages to have a real community feel for its city centre location. Friendly, with great service and home cooked food makes this our first in the top ten.
No Sign Wine Bar
Last years winner of this award, the No Sign Wine bar will take some beating this time out. A great boozer on the famous Wind Street.
Every pub of note is at the heart of its community and the Gwach is certainly that. Live entertainment, great food and a genuine contender for this award!
Colliers Arms Skewen
In the heart of Skewen, the Colliers is a real friendly boozer. Great live acts three times a week and a really friendly vibe through the whole pub.
Is there a more ‘proper’ pub in Swansea? The layout of the place is exactly how a pub should look and with great live music and real ales, this place is the ideal place to lose some time.
The White Rose
Standing on the mini roundabout in the heart of Mumbles, the White Rose is bustling with locals from opening time until close.
Many places have attempted to recreate the Noah’s Yard vibe but certainly nowhere has bettered it yet. Chilled, quaint, rustic, an enjoyable night always awaits!
Wern Fawr Ystalyfera
A tourist attraction and a must visit place for anyone who has yet to. The Wern Fawr in Ystalyfera offers décor, atmosphere, ale and locals like no other; brilliant pub!
Beautifully situated on the sea front in Mumbles, the Pilot Inn is one of the last proper pubs left on the ‘Mumbles mile’. A real pub with real beer and real locals; what else do you want?
Hungry Horse Dunvant
The layout of the ‘Dunvant’ couldn’t be any better and allows the place to be a genuine food restaurant while also still having a real bar with pool table etc.. It is a pub for everyone and makes up our top ten.