The Summer Solstice menu will include Wild Sewin, Welsh lamb, vignole with Carmarthen ham and Welsh cheeses, with wines chosen by Deiniol ap Dafydd of Blas ar Fwyd.
The dinner costs £68 pp and there is a special overnight rate for those wishing to spend the night; from £120 per room (£60 pp, B&B).
Tyddyn Llan is now considered to be one of Wales' finest restaurants, with high rating in the 2013 Good Food Guide, a Michelin Star, and former ‘True Taste North Wales’ Restaurant of the Year.
Bryan is committed to using only the highest quality seasonal ingredients, many of which arrive daily from a local network of suppliers. Meat and game come from local estates through a vigilant butcher, and the majority of fish direct from the Welsh coastline.
Although Bryan is as supportive of as much Welsh produce as possible, he does look further afield for diver caught scallops from Scotland, Somerset smoked eel, Buffalo mozzarella from Naples, Label Anglais chickens from Wyndham Farm and lobster from Devon.
Tyddyn Llan is located on the edge of Snowdonia National Park and is surrounded by the Berwyn Mountain which are home to Pistyll Rhaeadr, the highest waterfall in Wales.
There are a dozen individually designed guest rooms, plus the Garden Suite. There are three grades of room: ‘Standard’
To book call 01490 440 264 (www.tyddynllan.co.uk).
Tyddyn Llan is a member of the Welsh Rarebits collection of fine hotels.