Fine Dine with Exceptional Wine: One night from £143 per person The winner of Best Restaurant Wine List of the year , Tyddyn Llan Restaurant with Rooms has a cellar of around 250 wines Tyddyn Llan is currently offering a special overnight package for just £143 per person (two sharing a room) which includes homemade shortbread and tea in the lounge on arrival, followed by the six-course tasting menu in the evening and five different glasses of wine (100ml) and full-Welsh breakfast in the morning. Well behaved dogs welcome in some rooms for £10 per night.
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“To recharge your batteries” or “let your loved one know you care”, Susan and Bryan Webb’s ever-popular country house hotel “in the former hunting lodge of the Duke of Westminster” is just the job. The “excellent” level of cuisine is matched by a “well-chosen” wine list “with something for everyone, and some real bargains”.
“For a special treat” (particularly a romantic one), Bryan & Susan Webb’s country house hotel – regularly one of Wales’s highest-rated destinations in the survey – remains “on top form”. The cuisine is “superb”, “the cellar is a match to anywhere”, service is “unobtrusive”, and the “cosy” ambience “fabulous”. Top Menu Tip – “beautifully prepared Welsh lamb”.
“A great destination”; Bryan & Susan Webb’s “special” country house hotel has a “lovely” and “remote” rural location, and won Wales’s highest rating for cuisine this year – “top-class” food (and “not just in token portions either!”), and “complemented by a superb wine list”.
“A true find” with food “really to shout about”; Bryan & Susan Webb’s “super-comfortable” (“traditional” and quite “low key”) rural bolthole wins acclaim for the “inspired simplicity” of its cooking (served in “comforting-sized portions”) and “excellent wine list”.
Tyddyn Llan Restaurant Diner Reviews
"Bryan Webb produces the most superb food from his interesting menu but remains very much behind the scenes with his wife Susan up front with well-trained staff. Having spent two nights there, there is plenty of opportunity for them to slip from their high standards, they never did. Highlights include starter of sweetbreads, a main of calves kidneys and for breakfast his laverbread. Add to this A tremendous wine list what is there not to like!?"