The Grange – The Best Place for a Pint in Grangetown

The Grange Pub in the centre of Grangetown only re-opened less than 2 years ago, but in that short time, has made a big impression.


The Grange Pub opened in March 2017, after an increase in pub closures in the community, to ensure the community had a place to meet, catch up and maybe have a pint or two!

Issy, the Assistant Manager of The Grange highlighted their importance on being a part of the Grangetown community, especially being a locally owned, non-cooperate pub.

Grange Pub assistant manage behind bar
Issy, Assistant Manager of The Grange showing the range of beers and ales available.


With craft beers, real ales and homemade food, the comfy tables and cosy atmosphere to make you feel at home.

Drink on table at the grange pub
Cosy tables to have a drink and chat to friends.
The Grange Pub decorations, bunting, posters, art
With nice, friendly and homely decor – as well as the dog-friendly pub sign

Taking part in the local community projects, such as the WWI remembrance for those who lost their lives from Grangetown.

Postcards to remember the soldiers in WWI from the area
Grangetown Remembrance postcards for those who lived on the same street, and died in WWI

It has not only won a place in their local’s heart, but has also won both Cardiff’s best pub CAMRA 2017, and OFM Top Places to Drink 2017.

The Grange Pub CAMRA Cardiff Pub of the Year 2018
Their sign celebrating their recent award for Cardiff Pub of the Year