Tyddyn Llan

César award in 2006

'Superb food, comfortable rooms, great service from the efficient young staff.' There is much praise this year for Bryan and Susan Webb's restaurant-with-rooms. Their pretty Georgian country house stands amid lawns and gardens with views of the mountains to the north. Its shaded veranda on two sides makes 'a nice place to have tea or just read on a warm day'. There is a small bar, 'comfortable, clubbish' lounges. One of the two dining rooms is 'grand, in keeping with the era of the house'; the other has 'a New England feel'. Bryan Webb has a Michelin star for his 'excellent' cooking: a reader warns against eating too many of the 'best-ever' canapés before the meal. The seasonal Welsh dishes might include loin of venison, savoy cabbage, goat's cheese gnocchi, port sauce. Bedrooms have a mix of styles. One visitor found a modern room (black curtains and headboard, black leather armchairs) 'too trendy for my taste'. Other rooms have lighter decor (all can be viewed on the website). 'Breakfast is substantial and varied.' (Peter Anderson, Zara Elliott, and others)
  • Truly a lovely place. The location, the house, the style, the comfort, the housekeeping, the meticulous attention to detail, all are praiseworthy. Special mention must be made of the charm of the hostess. Susan Webb. Her husband is a generous man and portions, often minute in Michelin-star restaurants, are truly generous. The staff are pleasant, attentive and considerate. Last and not least one has to commend the sang froid with which a power cut was met on our last morning. A real tour de force.

    Ian & Francine Walsh, 13/01/2014

  • Absolutely superb - our 3rd visit and this hotel cannot be faulted. Excellent food, comfortable rooms and great service from friendly and efficient young staff.

    Peter Anderson, 19/09/2012

  • Fabulous. Michelin-starred food brilliantly cooked and plenty of it. Very generous canapes, and in the four nights we ate there we only had room for dessert on the last night. Best chips I've ever had. Good breakfast buffet and freshly cooked Welsh breakfast. Thoroughly recommended.

    Peter Anderson, 13/05/2011

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Local attractions

The national park surrounding the highest mountain in Wales, covering 830 square miles of rugged scenery.
Lake Bala
A beautiful lake, with the town of Bala on its shores.
Ruthin Castle
Site of Arthurian legend in the 12th century.

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Contact Details

Tyddyn Llan

nr Corwen LLANDRILLO Denbighshire Wales LL21 0ST


01490 440264

Discount Vouchers

This hotel accepts discount vouchers which entitle readers to a 10% discount off their normal B&B rate for a single night's stay

Further Information


13, 1, on ground floor, suitable for disabled.


all year, except last two weeks Jan.


ramp, 2 lounges, bar, 2 dining rooms, free Wi-Fi, civil wedding licence, 3-acre garden.

Background music



all ages welcomed.


allowed in some bedrooms, not in public rooms.

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[2013] per room B&B £160-£300, D,B&B £250-£390. Set dinner £45-£85.

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