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“Charming Welsh farmhouse turned exceptional Michelin starred restaurant with comfortable rooms resting in the stunning Vale of Edeyrnion. Classic style throughout and with armchairs around every corner. Enjoy the seasonally inspired menu whether it be a taster menu, Sunday lunch or breakfast in bed.”

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“Charming Welsh farmhouse turned exceptional Michelin starred restaurant with comfortable rooms resting in the stunning Vale of Edeyrnion. Classic style throughout and with armchairs around every corner. Enjoy the seasonally inspired menu whether it be a taster menu, Sunday lunch or breakfast in bed.”

Hotel Overview

“In the beautiful Vale of Edeyrnion, a Georgian house with pleasing bedrooms and tranquil views across sheep-flecked meadows and hills. Owned by Bryan Webb and his wife Susan who gracefully looks after front-of-house, this superb 'restaurant-with-rooms' will entice you to stay for days. Come here for the superb, instinctive cooking and impressive wine list!”

Recommended for
  • Country Escape
  • Go totally off grid at this quaint and charming countryside hotel.
  • Foodies
  • Foodie heaven- from the outstanding six course taster menu, to the restorative gourmet breakfast.
 

Written by David Atkinson

Facilities

  • Wedding license
  • Bar
  • Family Suites
  • Parking
  • Free parking on site.
  • Towelling robes
  • Safe
  • In room DVD
  • Good wine list
  • Sit-out Terrace
  • Pre-loaded ipods
  • Free wifi
  • Child friendly
  • Pet friendly
  • Garden
  • Restaurant
  • Michelin star.
  • Sitting Room
  • Wifi
  • In room music system
  • Satellite / Cable TV
  • Suites
  • Disabled access

Activities

  • Other Activities
  • Linger over afternoon tea on the picturesque veranda soaking up the views and leaving city stresses behind.
  • Fishing
  • There is wonderfuly fishing on the River Dee, ask at the hotel about equipment.
  • Great walks
  • Knowledgable local guides will happily take guests rambling along the many trails, providing plenty of anecdotes and history.
  • Sights nearby
  • Llangollen and the Dee Valley have a wealth of attractions and activities to appeal to almost everybody.
  • Wildlife Area
  • A Welsh wonder not to be missed is Pistyll Rhaeadr - the highest waterfall in Wales.

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“Tyddyn Llan, a small elegant Georgian Country House with an award winning restaurant and luxurious accommodation is in a peaceful location with beautiful gardens in an area of remarkable natural beauty. Husband and wife team, Bryan and Susan run one of Wales’ finest Restaurants using the finest ingredients available. The restaurant offers a wide choice of dining options with a set price A la carte menu and tasting menu and a extremely popular Sunday lunch, together with an exceptional wine list. Tyddyn Llan is the perfect place to discover North Wales situated on the edge of Snowdonia, very close to the Lakes of Bala and Vyrnwy and within an hours drive of Chester and the magical coastline of Wales. For the active persons White Water rafting, fishing, 4 x 4 driving, horse riding, cycling and walking are all to be enjoyed. If you are arranging a shooting party, weddings we have a civil ceremony licence, a small conference, a Christmas or New Years party or just a short break, Tyddyn Llan is that special place. At Tyddyn Llan we have disabled access to the restaurant and ground floor bedroom. We also have helicopter landing facilities plus we welcome children and dogs are allowed in the bedrooms, but not the public rooms. Downstairs, the comfortable lounges, with a roaring log fire in winter, provide that touch of glorious relaxation. Curl up with a good book and a nice cup of tea. It's the perfect place to be after a good day in the country. In our restaurant you can enjoy food cooked with flair and imagination using the finest Welsh ingredients. The restaurant is open for lunch Friday, Saturday and Sunday, other days by arrangement only, and for dinner every day. Click here to see a sample menu. The bedrooms, all individual in style and decor, are elegantly furnished with antiques and interesting period furniture. Each enjoys restful views of the gardens and the Berwyn Mountains beyond.”

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Tyddyn Llan

"The ambience is gentle and courteous. This is a restaurant with rooms rather than a fully-fledged hotel and the food is centre stage. "

Originally published by The Telegraph (view article)

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13 rooms from $242 per night

Hotel Overview

Recommended for
  • Country Escape
  • Go totally off grid at this quaint and charming countryside hotel.
  • Foodies
  • Foodie heaven- from the outstanding six course taster menu, to the restorative gourmet breakfast.
Activities
  • Other Activities
  • Linger over afternoon tea on the picturesque veranda soaking up the views and leaving city stresses behind.
  • Fishing
  • There is wonderfuly fishing on the River Dee, ask at the hotel about equipment.
  • Great walks
  • Knowledgable local guides will happily take guests rambling along the many trails, providing plenty of anecdotes and history.
  • Sights nearby
  • Llangollen and the Dee Valley have a wealth of attractions and activities to appeal to almost everybody.
  • Wildlife Area
  • A Welsh wonder not to be missed is Pistyll Rhaeadr - the highest waterfall in Wales.
Other highlights
  • Wedding license
  • Family Suites
  • Quiet
  • Owner managed
  • Gourmet
  • Remote
  • Secluded setting
  • House party feel
  • Good wine list
  • Full of character
  • Sit-out Terrace
  • Barefoot Luxury
  • Colonial
  • Organic food
  • Views
  • Free wifi
  • Romantic
  • Child friendly
  • Village
  • Pet friendly
  • Antiques
  • Historic
  • Artworks
  • Restaurant
  • Michelin star.
  • Intimate
  • Luxury
  • Charming
  • Traditional
  • Restaurant with rooms
  • Disabled access

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