The weather is getting warmer, and with the lockdown coming to an end, pubs are planning on opening up their outdoor seating and beer gardens, where you can spend your days and evenings relaxing with friends and drinking cold drinks in the warm weather. To help you make the most of this summer, here are our picks for the best beer gardens in Swansea.
38 Uplands Cres, Uplands, Swansea SA2 0PG
Noahs Yard is a cosy little pub in Swansea that has a great atmosphere and friendly staff. They also have a huge variety of beers and ales available. The pub also has a beer garden available, and its city centre location means it’s the perfect place to spend your afternoons.
Pitcher and Piano
59-60 Wind St, Swansea SA1 1EG
There are numerous Pitcher and Piano bars located across the UK, and while they may be classed as more of a bar than a pub, they have a beer garden that you will be unable to resist. Plus, Pitcher and Piano offer bottomless brunches and classy cocktails.
The Cross Keys Pub
12 St Mary St, Swansea SA1 3LH
The Cross Keys Pub is based in one of Swansea’s oldest buildings and is said to have one of the city’s best beer gardens. Plus, the pub even has live music, karaoke, and dozens of tv’s, making it a great spot to watch sports matches.
2 Castle St, Swansea SA1 1JE
As well as a fantastic beer garden, the Three Lamps also has great traditional pub grub. You can even order it off Deliveroo. But one of the best things about this pub is the beer garden, which even has a wood fire grill. Plus, the pub also has its own microbrewery and regularly has live music for its customers.
The Bank Statement
57-58 Wind St, Swansea SA1 1EP
We all love a trip to Wetherspoons, as nothing beats cheap drinks and food, especially when we order them off our phones without a second thought. The Bank Statement in Swansea also has its own beer garden, which offers you views of the city as well as a summer breeze.
Wind St, Swansea SA1 1DW
The Griffin is another pub with a beer garden in Swansea, but the pub has undergone a massive refurbishment in recent years, which almost makes it a shame we have to stay outside. Whether you fancy a real ale or cocktail, there is something on the menu for you.
2-3 St Mary St, Swansea SA1 3LH
This gin palace is a favourite in Swansea, as they have dozens of cask ales, craft beers, and even a beer terrace to go with it. This is practically a fancier version of a beer garden, and it looks amazing! The decor is very modern inside and out and is a combination of a cocktail bar and a traditional pub.