The Coopers Arms

The Coopers Arms, Aberystwyth: Tickets, Tours, Address, Phone Number, The Coopers Arms Reviews: 4.5/5

The Coopers Arms
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John Evans
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Coopers arms
Nov 2019 • Friends
Amazing atmosphere good set up and food is good.also very friendly staff nothing was to much for them.i had no where to stay for the night and the landlord sorted me a room out at 11 o'clock at night brilliant little pub
Written November 26, 2019
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Hugh Owen
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Amazing
Nov 2019 • Couples
Under new management/ownership and new chef, we had an amazing sunday lunch. Amazing slow braised lamb, fabulous gravy! We'll probably become regulars. Too bad it's only sunday lunches for the moment...
Written November 17, 2019
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Ian W
Kent, UK62 contributions
Back to Y Cwps
Jul 2017 • Friends
Not much has changed since my previous review eighteen months ago. It is still bright, cheerful and serves good beer.

A couple of us visited on a Friday night. The Felinfoel Double Dragon and Cambrian Bitter were both good. At about 8pm the pub was half full. Customers and staff are friendly. Not a bad place and in a convenient position for pedestrians ascending or descending Penglais hill.
Written July 27, 2017
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Ian W
Kent, UK62 contributions
Y Cwps
Jan 2016 • Friends
When I was a youth of tender years in the mid 60s of last century attending a grammar school in Kent, I heard from four of my teachers that there was this wonderful pub in a little town on the west coast that had a social scene second to none on the planet. Arriving in Aber as an undergraduate in 1967 I dragged my flatmates along to the Coopers on the first night, to find we were the only customers and the social scene had moved to the Angel. Despite this unpromising start, I have drunk here at irregular intervals for almost half a century and am pleased to say that in recent years it has been a lively pub with good beer.

What was once its nickname, Y Cwps, is now its name. It is conveniently situated at the bottom of Penglais Hill for anyone walking between the town and the Penglais Campus. There is a choice of good beers, on this visit I was pleased with the quality of the Felinfoel Double Dragon. Staff and customers are always friendly, I like this pub - clean, bright, colourful and often noisy.
Written February 11, 2016
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