One of the oldest bars in Aberdeen, the Prince of Wales has possibly the longest bar counter in the city, a friendly atmosphere and a large following of regulars. It was refurbished in late 2016 and is listed in Scotland's True Heritage Pubs. It offers up to eight ales - a varied selection of ales from mostly Scottish breweries plus occasional English ales and usually at least two from the Greene King/Belhaven stable.

The Prince of Wales Fleur-De-Lis:
3 Ostrich feathers emerging from a gold coronet with a ribbon and the motto "Ich Dein" which translates to "I Serve"

Real Ale Available
This Real Ale outlet is recommended by the branch.
Beer available all year round.
Discount available to CAMRA Members.
Has a heritage or otherwise interesting interior.

7 St. Nicholas Lane
Aberdeen AB10 1HF
United Kingdom

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Prince of Wales Outside
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Prince of Wales Inside
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Prince Fleur de lis
Aberdeen and Northern Isles