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Fine Dining Returns to Tyddyn Llan in North Wales
By: Tyddyn Llan
Comments head chef and co-owner (with wife Susan) Bryan Webb: "During lockdown we've been keeping fit getting out and about in the gorgeous countryside that surrounds us here on our bikes, but we are thrilled to be able to welcome back our regular diners and hotel guests.
"We are offering dinner, bed and breakfast, or just B&B, plus a two-night special walking break with afternoon tea, packed lunch and two nights' dinner, bed and breakfast.
"I have also enjoyed designing the new menu, using lots of lovely spring produce including Claremont Farm asparagus and rump of new season lamb, plus lots of fresh fish and shellfish from the coast nearby.
"During lockdown we've also been reviewing our wine cellars and wine lists, and it was very exciting when we had a big delivery from our wine merchant ahead of opening our doors last week."
Tyddyn Llan offer a wide choice of options for dining: Three course dinner menu (£75); eight course tasting menu (£95); Friday/Saturday lunch menu (£38); three course 'local lunch' menu (£25) and Sunday lunch (from £38).
For the walking break, there are six walking guides to map out days with easy, moderate and strenuous walks to choose from, including one to the mysterious Stone Circle.
For the more adventurous, transport can be arranged to Pistyll Rhaeadr waterfalls, from where you can make the glorious eight mile walk over the top of the Berwyn Mountain back to Tyddyn Llan, building up a great appetite for dinner.
The two-night break, which is available from Wednesday to Sunday, costs from £295 per person (two sharing). Room upgrades available at a supplement, subject to availability.
Standard double rooms from £160 per person (two sharing) for dinner, bed and breakfast, or from £95 per person (two sharing) on a B&B basis.
For further information or bookings call 01490 440 264 (tyddynllan.co.uk)
Mick Thompson, Travel Dog PR
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