Restaurants and Places to Eat near Maesywerngoch
There is excellent food to be had at this luxurious Michelin Starred and Wales' only 4 AA Rosettes country house hotel near Borth. You will pay a bit more for your meal, but the fresh lobster and crab from Cardigan Bay are worth it, and Chef Gareth Ward supplements the light, fresh menu with foraged ingredients like wild mushrooms and elderflower. Visit for lunch and try delicious food for a bit less. After lunch you may wish to stop at the Dyfi Osprey Project next door
The welcoming Plas Talgarth resort is a mere 12 minutes drive from Maesywerngoch outside the village of Pennal. Enjoy lunch, dinner or a pint overlooking the beautiful Dovey Valley. We recommend booking for the popular Sunday lunch. There are some lovely walks with stunning views through the estate. Please look at our walking books.
Located in the small village of Corris this gem can be found in the Idris Stores in the centre of the village. A perfect place to stop for lunch after visiting the local attractions such as the Corris Craft Centre, King Arthur's Labyrinth and Corris Mine Explores. A small shop offers eggs, seasonal vegetables and home reared pork. Not to be missed.
The Wynnstay in Machynlleth is a firm family favourite dining destination after a trawl through the Wednesday market. This award winning restaurant has a new team in place and promises to excel. The public bar is now open all day and stocks real ales from the whole of Wales. Chef Gareth is turning out fantastic meals using the very best of local products. The pizzeria at the back has been voted the best pizzeria for the past 2 years from The Times. Free Wifi.
Number Twenty One is a delightful bistro located in the heart of Machynlleth. Run by a local couple with a strong passion for food using the finest locally sourced Welsh ingredients. Enjoy an exciting mix of traditional and modern cuisine served in a relaxing, contemporary venue. A really lovely restaurant.
This delicatessen, located at 31 Pier Street in Aberystwyth, is one of our favourite places to eat, especially for a light lunch that’s a close stroll from the sea; try the tapas and a glass of Spanish wine for something a little different.
The Penhelig Arms, once a collection of former fisherman’s cottages, now serve as waterfront accommodations with two lovely and popular dining options: The Fisherman’s Bar, serving hand-drawn ales, and a more formal dining room with its local, seasonal menu.
This popular pub in Machynlleth was recently refurbished and provides a relaxed atmosphere with a blend of locals and visitors and plenty of great ales to sample. Try the locally raised lamb or, for the vegetarians in your group, the hearty nut loaf. Free WiFi here, too!
Known locally as 'the pink shop', the Sweet Shop can be found opposite the wharf gardens. We specialise in Homemade ice-cream using fresh welsh milk and cream. Up to 20 flavours, including stem ginger, honeycomb, and white chocolate! There are always Sweet Shop specials for ice cream lovers who like a challenge! As featured in 'The Guardian' newspaper's 'top ten places for alfresco eating in the UK' The Sweet shop, Aberdyfi, (01654) 767222 Open 10.30am - 8pm daily through the summer holidays!