Review on Pwll Gwyn Country Inn
Originally a dower house and later a coaching inn, Pwll Gwyn sits comfortably in the Wheeler Valley, on the edge of the beautiful Vale of Clwyd. The eighteenth-century, black-and-white building is a handy pit-stop within easy reach of the Offa's Dyke trail, but also does good business with weddings and other social occasions.
Following a major refurb, the place now has the bonus of a chic Conservatory restaurant done out with striking black-and-white curtains, marble-topped tables and black leather chairs. Start off with, say, Menai mussels in white wine with pesto croûtes or Thai chicken and coconut broth, before moving on to grilled fillet of wild salmon with home-smoked salmon risotto, a locally reared Rhesgoed steak or roast rump of local lamb with spiced potato, chickpeas, minted yoghurt and chilli. To finish, perhaps organic lemon posset with stewed blueberries and honey cream.
In the bar all is traditional (think ceiling timbers, settles and an inglenook), and the menu focuses on easy bites including char-grilled ciabattas, ploughman's, confit chicken leg, pasta and steaks.
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Gastro pub / Eclectic
Restaurant Opening Times
Lunch: 12.00 - 4.30pm Thu-Sat, 12.00 - 7.00pm Sun
Dinner: 6.00 - 9.30pm Wed-Sat
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card