Character with contemporary appeal at this arty, cleverly remodelled Georgian townhouse. A restaurant with an enviable reputation for its seasonal Pembrokeshire menus. Seaside chic and a location in fashionable Newport, a small resort with a big appeal.
We all want to be beside the seaside, especially when you can stay somewhere as stylish as Llys Meddyg. And doubly so when it’s Pembrokeshire, out on a limb, hidden from the hustle, a fertile ground for creativity. Beginning life as a Georgian coaching inn, Llys Meddyg is a restaurant with rooms that manages the difficult blend of old and new, rustic and metropolitan, in a deceptively casual way.
Bedrooms comfort the body and the mind, with sumptuous beds, powerful showers, deep sofas with a look that leaps straight off the pages of a chic interior design magazine. Dining in the Kitchen Garden room embodies relaxed elegance whilst the Cellar Bar- all slate floors, old beams and flattering light- encapsulates the feeling that wherever you left behind is a reassuringly long way away.
The Sykes family have worked hard to realise their vision. Colours and textures, walls, floors, textiles and countless paintings sing of the natural environment, mirroring the pictures presented on the plate. The menu is anchored on Pembrokeshire’s rich, wild environment with the emphasis on seasonality and locality, spiced with a passion for foraged delicacies. The inhouse development kitchen sparks creativity amongst the chefs and be sure to take home some of their award winning smoked salmon! In summertime, there is also the choice of eating alfresco in one of the ingenious heated secret garden pods and enjoying a drink in the garden bar.
Llys Meddyg is a reflection of the Newport of today, a spirited seaside town on one of the loveliest, wildest stretches of the Pembrokeshire coast overlooked by magical, mystical Carn Ingli ‘Mountain of the Angels’.