Our favourite eating places
One of the things I am most often asked is where are some good places to eat so I thought I'd compile a list. Not all of these are dog friendly so please see the dog friendly post if that is a consideration.
As usual this is a work in progress so please do check back for updates.
The Stag at Llangeryw is one of our favourites - a quaint village pub which is both a place to eat and to drink. Lovely open fire and lots of weird and wonderful artefacts to puzzle over. Booking recommended in high season.
The Eagles hotel in Llanrwst. .
The Groes Inn again at Conwy - the first licensed house in Wales dating from 1573
The Ty Asha Balti House in Llanrwst is an award winning curry house. I find the spicing tends to err on the mild side but they are happy to spice it up for you. They also do take- aways
Bistro Betws y Coed is a recent favourite. Award winning local Welsh food and some good choices for vegetarians
The Ty Gwyn Coaching Inn has a lovely restaurant - one for a special occasion perhaps
I have a weakness for Italian restaurants so I like Romeo in Llandudno.
North Wales is full of tea shops! You are never far from one. These are just a few of the ones we visit regularly
Tu Hwnt ir Bont is the face of Llanrwst. It's the pretty creeper clad one over the bridge ( hence it's name). Light lunches and fabulous cakes. We also hear good things about Ty Ugli from our guests but haven't actually made it there ourselves yet!
The Alpine Coffee shop in Betws is my husbands favourite - we often wind up there after a walk
For a very traditional experience we enjoyed Anna's Tea Rooms in Conwy
On Anglesey we usually stop for lunch at Ann's Pantry in Moelfre or Hootons Farm Shop if we are on the other side of the island. This last one comes with the warning that the attached food shop is irresistible with a lovely selection of local cheeses, meat and home made cakes. You have been warned!
If you've eaten somewhere locally that you'd like to recommend then please do email me and I'll add them :)