Review on Dolserau Hall Hotel
A mile-long driveway leads up to this splendidly isolated country house surrounded by five acres of grounds and a grazing meadow at the foot of the River Wnion valley. Built for a wealthy family around 1860, it now serves as a tranquil retreat for visitors to the rugged landscape of Snowdonia. Exceptional views of the Arran Mountains, the Mawddach Estuary and towering Cader Idris are a bonus.
Inside, the focal point is the Winter Garden Restaurant, attractively done out in shades of red and gold. Dinner is the main event, and guests can look forward to food with a broad international slant and a bias towards Welsh produce. You might begin with albondigas (Spanish-style meatballs) or baby pineapple with lime and fennel, before moving on to char-grilled rib of Welsh Black beef on a crisp croûte topped with Perl Las cheese, slow-cooked pork Schaufele (a traditional dish from Nuremberg) or baked Bala Lake trout with prawn and almond butter.
Bread-and-butter pudding is the house dessert, or you might fancy caramelised plum and frangipane tart with Welsh dairy ice cream. Also don't miss the array of local cheeses from Blas ar Fwyd and other favourites. Wines cover many of the world's major growing regions.
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Restaurant Opening Times
Dinner: 7.00 - 9.00pm Mon-Sun
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card