Review on Ty Gwyn Hotel
Squeezed between rock and highway overlooking the River Conwy, this 400-year-old coaching inn is an admirable stopover at the gateway to Snowdonia National Park. Window boxes and greenery brighten up the frontage in summer, and the low-ceilinged interior is heartwarmingly romantic. There are nooks and crannies everywhere, four-poster rooms for those who want to stay over and a seductive honeymoon suite, too.
The kitchen feeds visitors with a regularly changing menu of international favourites bolstered by some oriental creations. Open with – perhaps – smoked cod and Mediterranean prawn gratin or poached asparagus with hollandaise ahead of fillet of Conwy salmon with basil and dry Vermouth sauce, lamb Wellington or crispy aromatic Thai duck with char sui stir-fry. There are always plenty of alternatives on the specials board (sautéed saddle of rabbit with apple and mint sauce, for example), while desserts might include chocolate orange truffle crème brûlée with fresh strawberries.
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Restaurant Opening Times
Lunch: 12.00 - 2.00pm
Dinner: 6.30 - 9.00pm
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card