2013 North Wales Hospitality/Dining Excellence Award sponsored by Joseph Heler Cheese
PUBLISHED: 13:55 11 October 2013 | UPDATED: 14:53 31 December 2013
The nominations for the 2013 North Wales Hospitality/Dining Excellence Award. The winner announced at the Hilton Hotel, Deansgate, Manchester, on Monday October 28th 2013
Tyddyn Llan, Llandrillo
The accolades continue to roll in for Bryan and Sue Webbs critically acclaimed restaurant with rooms set in beautiful countryside between Corwen and Bala. Accorded a Michelin star and highly rated in the Good Food Guide, Tyddyn Llan, a delightful Georgian house, is serious about food and its impeccably sourced ingredients, both local and from wherever the very best are available, underpin a range of wonderfully conceived menus.
Glynne Arms, Hawarden
Built in 1812 in the heart of the picturesque Welsh border village of Hawarden and named after the Glynne family into which Prime Minister William Gladstone married, this one-time coaching house benefits from the superb local produce sourced from the familys Hawarden Estate and farm shop. Refurbished by the Grand Old Mans great-great grandson Charlie and his wife Caroline, the Glynne now even outshines its former glory.
Ye Olde Bulls Head, Beaumaris
This acclaimed inn just a short distance from Edward Is magnificent castle has been one of the towns landmarks for more than 500 years. But with the history comes the best of 21st Century hospitality with well-equipped rooms and acclaimed modern British cooking in both the beamed Loft Restaurant and the informal brasserie, where the finest ingredients Welsh Black beef, salt marsh lamb and superb seafood - are deployed with great skill.