We pride ourselves on using only the best local ingredients to make our delicious breakfasts.
- Sausages and black pudding from Edwards of Conwy, award-winning butchers
- Hand-cut local bacon from our village butcher – unsmoked or smoked.
- Eggs from the Conwy Valley
- Artisan bread from our local baker in Trefriw
- Llaeth y Llan Village yogurts, produced on a local farm
- Home-made preserves (made by Cate herself)
As well as the traditional full Welsh Breakfast, we also serve a changing menu of special treats including:
- Smoked salmon and scrambled eggs
- Avocado Toast with roast cherry tomatoes
- Brioche French toast with bacon or sausage and maple syrup
- English muffins with scrambled eggs, sun-dried tomato and basil
As a special treat, our chopped fruit sundae with mango and strawberries always goes down well!
Vegetarian and special dietary options are available, but please let us know your requirements at time of booking.
For walkers and bikers, picnic lunches are available if booked in advance with freshly-baked pasties or sausage rolls from the village butcher if you are expecting to be extra hungry! We can fill your flasks with hot drinks, and chill your cold packs – just ask the night before.
We do not serve evening meals; however there are two lovely pubs serving food and local beers within a short walk of Plas Celyn – The Fairy Falls (150 yards) and The Old Ship Inn (250 yards) (Both serve until 9pm) Chandlers Brasserie next door to the Ship and at the far end of the village, the bistro at The Princes Hotel also serves evening meals (booking essential) No need even to take your car out!
Llanrwst (2 miles, and a pleasant walk on a summer’s evening) has a good choice of eating places including smart bistros, hotels, an award winning Indian restaurant Ty Asha, fish and chip shops and other takeaways. If you would rather not drive, the bus stops 100 yards down the road and there is a regular service to and from Llanrwst until after 11pm. On a nice summer’s evening, you might like to walk into Llanrwst along Gower’s Road (which is pedestrian) and across the suspension bridge over the Conwy river – about 1 mile. (You could always get the bus back)
Betws-Y-Coed (4 miles) has also has many more restaurants and bistros to choose from and great pizza at Hangin’ Pizza in the station parade.