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Wales, walking & Michelin starred cuisine

30th December 2014 Print
Tyddyn Llan

Recently voted the number one restaurant in Wales, Michelin-starred ‘Restaurant with Rooms’ Tyddyn Llan near Corwen in north Wales, has extended its special winter overnight gourmet offer until the clocks spring forward at the end of March 2015.

The hotel has just 12 bedrooms – plus a garden suite with its own French doors that open up onto the grounds, and there are cosy lounges with open fires, and a cosy snug bar to relax in.

Tyddyn Llan is owned and run by Bryan and Susan Webb who used to own trendy Hilaire in London’s Kensington district, before deciding to swap the crowds and smoke of London for the fresh air and green hills of north Wales.

The winter offer includes Chef Bryan Webb’s seasonal six course tasting menu with an overnight stay in a luxury standard room, plus a full Welsh breakfast the following morning (cooked by Bryan himself!).

Typical dishes on the tasting menu are likely to include sweetcorn soup, dressed crab and langoustine with fennel and pea shoot salad, deep fried stuffed courgette flowers with tomato and basil sauce, grilled wild bass with laver bread butter sauce, and fillet of Welsh black beef with shallot and thyme puree.

Plus a wide choice of sweet desserts and British cheeses.

Tyddyn Llan is located just outside the village of Llandrillo, in the shadow of the Berwyn Mountains.

There are a number of walks that can be enjoyed direct from the hotel including one to the mysterious circle of stones. Guide notes are available free from reception.

The special offer, which is subject to availability and some date restrictions, costs from £100 pp (two sharing – extra nights available on request).

Well-behaved dogs are welcome in some rooms, including the garden suite (£10 per night).

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Tyddyn Llan