Conveniently located in bustling coastal towns, each pub is within walking distance of the beach, making it an ideal dining choice when enjoying the seaside.
Residing in the centre of town by the waterfront, this pub sits on the northern shore of Belfast Lough, providing a gateway to the beautiful Causeway coast and glens.
Near the famous Blackpool Tower, this award-winning pub sits right across the road from the beach, making it a perfect stop for lunch. Complete with a beautiful balcony terrace, it’s a popular watering hole near Blackpool Pleasure Beach, Britain’s ‘most visited tourist attraction’.
This sits proudly on the old dockland area which was recently redeveloped as Mermaid Quay. Extending over two floors, it offers a non-smoking first-floor roof terrace, where customers can enjoy fabulous views of Cardiff Bay.
This grade B listed property is host to a hotel and pub in one, offering 11 rooms with ground floor bar and garden. From the garden, visitors can view Fraserburgh’s endless sandy beaches all the way up the breathtaking coastline.
The Forty Foot, Pavilion Centre, Dún Laoghaire, Dublin
Named after the famous Forty Foot bathing inlet, just under a mile up the Sandycove coast, this pub has its own balcony terrace overlooking the harbour and marina. The best thing to accompany your fish and chips is a wonderful sea