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Restaurants in North Wales
55 sites in this category


Narrow AreaAnglesey (Ynys Mon) [5], Conwy County [14], Denbighshire [14], Flintshire [2], Gwynedd [20]

Widen SubjectLeisure & Recreation / Food & Drink / Eating Out / Restaurants
Tourism / Eating Out / Restaurants

Widen AreaWales / North Wales

Bryn Howel Hotel
http://www.brynhowel.com
The Bryn Howel Hotel and Restaurant is set in the magnificent Vale of Llangollen in North Wales, one of the most beautiful areas in Great Britain where there is so much to do and see at all times of the year.


Asha Balti House
http://www.asha-balti-house.co.uk
An award-winning traditional Bangladeshi Restaurant and Take-away in beautiful North Wales, where we take great pride in introducing our European friends to the mouth-watering cuisine of the Indian sub-continent. We are extremely proud to have been awarded North Wales Curry House of the Year 2008.


Eryl Mor Hotel
http://www.erylmorhotel.co.uk
Eryl Mor Hotel is in Bangor, North Wales and its unrivaled position offers stunning views of Bangor Pier and the Menai Strait, Anglesey, the Great Orme and surrounding mountains.


Cemlyn
http://www.cemlynrestaurant.co.uk
Cemlyn is located in the historic town of Harlech on the west coast of Wales. Set within the Snowdonia National Park of North Wales, it has views of 13th Century Harlech Castle, Royal St David\'s Golf Course, the Mountains and the Sea. The perfect place in which to relax.


Wynnstay Arms - Gastropub and Brasserie with Rooms
http://www.wynnstayarms.com
Set in the heart of Ruthin town centre the Wynnstay Offers contemporary dining and accommodation whilst preserving the traditional features of the building dating from 1549. We specialise in locally sourced food, much of it Welsh, and all produced on the premises. We bake our own bread and produce our own desserts, we also bake hams and make pates, all of which are served in the warm and laid back environment that has become synonymous with the Wynnstay.


Abbeyfield Hotel
http://www.abbeyfieldhotel.co.uk
The Abbeyfield Hotel is a homely and personal hotel with restaurant, situated in the old village of Talybont, lying 2 miles to the East of the city of Bangor in Gwynedd, within walking distance of the National Trust property, Penrhyn Castle. Abbeyfield is an ideal base to explore the beautiful and varied North Wales area.


The Summit Complex
http://www.thesummitcomplex.co.uk
The Summit Complex now houses a Bar and Restaurant which is themed on the famous Randolph Turpin who once owned the Complex. A themed Gift and Curio Shop stocked with gifts and Souvenirs as a reminder of your visit.


The Semaphore Lodge
http://www.walesdirectory.co.uk/semaphore.htm
All food is freshly cooked to order. All desserts are home made to your wildest dreams. Our impressive Menu offers you a choice of succulent steaks (extra large cooked to order), fish or vegetarian dishes.


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