The Best Places to Eat in North Wales

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The Best Places to Eat in North Wales

The 5 Best Places to Eat in Conwy

When you stay at one of our wonderful cottages, you’ll be well placed to eat at one of these superior establishments. Conwy has it all from cosy pubs with a gastro menu to local cafes offering up market afternoon tea and bubbles experience.

Upstairs at Anna’s

Afternoon tea in the shadow of Conwy Castle

The town of Conwy is a historic and quaint with plenty to explore but when you need to rest awhile, call in to Upstairs at Anna’s on Castle Street for afternoon tea. You can opt for bubbles instead of tea, but beware you may need to book as it is a popular cafe during all seasons. As well as a fantastic menu, the surroundings of this cafe also make it stand out. With an Instagrammable chandelier in the entrance, there is also a fantastic few from the bathroom window. A worthy contender to spend an hour or two during your visit.

Signature’s Restaurant

Delicious meals by the sea

The beauty of North Wales can be encapsulated by being deep in the mountains knowing that the coast is a mere half an hour away. When you fancy a change from the greenery of private woodland walks, head to the coast to take in the salty sea air. Conwy Morfa is a windswept part of the coast, an ideal choice for a bracing walk. If all the sea air makes you hungry, there is plenty on the menu at Siganture’s restaurant. French cruising nestles alongside British classics, as well as plenty of fish delicacies made from the local catch.The day and evening menus offer a great variety.

The Loaf Coffee & Sandwich Bar

High-quality takeout food, ideal for enjoying on Llandudno promenade

Casting our net further afield, we take you to The Loaf Coffee and Sandwich Bar on Gloddaeth Street on Llandudno. No visit to one of our estate cottages would be complete without a trip to Llandudno. This resort came to prominence in Victorian times and had remained a strong and vibrant tourist hotspot ever since. Most people enjoy the promenade for a gentle stroll, as well as a jaunt along the pier. There are also plenty of shops here, a mix of both high street names and independent shops. When you fancy a bite to eat, take a look at this sandwich and coffee bar for excellent quality food and drinks.

Y Bedol Inn

Fantastic food in a quaint pub setting

Dotted across the Conwy valley, you’ll find many pubs. Long established they offer a warm welcome, complete with a tasty menu. Y Bedol Inn in the small hamlet of Tal y Bont is one of those pubs. Expect high-quality, comforting dishes made from scratch by the resident chef using the finest local ingredients. This is a small but popular pub so if you plan on Sunday lunch here it may be wise to book ahead. 

Tal y Cafn Pub

Gastro pub food on the banks of the River Conwy

The River Conwy snakes its way from deep in the Conwy Valley through the villages of Llanrwst and Trefriw, including the (very) small hamlet of Tal y Cafn. Sitting not far from the banks of the river is this fantastic modern pub with a gastro menu that offers something for everyone. Enjoying a recent refit, it has lost none of its charm or warm welcome. Great for families, the menu is extensive with your plate arriving full. There’s also a wonderful choice of desserts if you can manage one! Easy to find, you’ll find the pub on the A470, a few minutes from Bodnant Foods.

These are just a taste of five of the best places to eat in the county.

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