Tyddyn Llan


A foodie’s favourite – no question, it’s one of Wales’s top places to eat. Classy accommodation too at this beautifully appointed country house with period furnishings, comfy sofas and quality bathrooms. Relaxing surroundings and peaceful location.

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Welsh Rarebits hotels are generally recognised as being amongst the best places to eat in Wales. Tyddyn Llan takes this one stage further by placing special emphasis on its food. In its exquisite restaurant you’ll enjoy cuisine of the highest order, served in an assured, impeccable style. Tyddyn Llan’s owners, Bryan and Susan Webb, make the perfect professional team. Susan runs things smoothly front of house while Bryan creates culinary magic in the kitchen.

The restaurant is highly acclaimed in all the good food guides, so much so that Bryan’s mantelpiece groans with awards and accolades, including ‘Restaurant of the Year’ trophies. His cooking is all about subtle flavours and an uncompromising attitude to sourcing the finest, freshest ingredients (much of it from local suppliers), while Susan takes exceptional care of her guests. They make a winning team. And their choice of wines is refreshingly individual.

Although the focus is on the food, there’s nothing remotely second rate about the accommodation. Tyddyn Llan is an elegantly appointed Georgian house set in the peaceful Vale of Edeyrnion at the eastern gateway to the Snowdonia National Park. It’s one of those truly relaxing places where you can sink into soft sofas after a day spent exploring the beautiful surroundings.

The bedrooms are individually designed in rich, warm colours with period furnishings and quality bathrooms. And on the doorstep there’s everything from fishing to walking, shooting to golf, horse riding to watersports on Llyn Tegid, the largest natural lake in Wales. Not that you’ll need to build up an appetite for Bryan’s cooking.

About North East Wales

We are told that interesting things await us in North East Wales where we share a border with English counties Shropshire and Cheshire. This area is perfect for nature lovers with Offa’s Dyke National Trail, a 177-mile range from north to south, passing through the heather clad hills and limestone cliffs making up the Clwydian Range.
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Your hosts are Bryan and Susan Webb.

0800 161 5894 enquiries@tyddynllan.co.uk
Tyddyn Llan, Llandrillo, Corwen, LL21 0ST