Restaurants and Gastro Pubs
With all our local produce, our restaurants, gastro inns and cafes are filling up and getting rave reviews. Here are some of our favourites for you:
- Castle Cottage Restaurant with Rooms Nineteen years after leaving London, Glyn and Jacqueline Roberts run this five star restaurant with rooms in Gwynedd, having taking over a former coaching inn adjoining their 16th Century restaurant.
- The Felin Fach Griffin Inn in mid Wales is a new breed of country inn with the motto, eat, drink, sleep - the simple things in life done well, and they do it very well. It's a relaxed pub that sources food locally and knows hot to look after it's guests.
- Orginally a 17th century coaching inn, The Bell at Skenfrith has been completely restored and has established itself as one of Wales' finest inns. With unfussy yet seasonal and locally sourced ingredients for the menu, The Bell has won many awards for its gastro delights.
- With a population of just 2000 and four restaurants in the Good Food Guide, St David's is making it's mark on the British culinary map. Thanks to The Refectory at St David's Cathedral, Cwtch and Morgan's, Britains smallest city now boasts more eateries per head of population than anywhere else in the UK.
- The Groes Inn near Conwy, North Wales, is described as ‘an historic pub with hearty home-cooked food, first class restaurant and country hideaway hotel’.