Llys Meddyg, Newport, Wales, which won a César award this year, is this month’s prize-giver. A friendly restaurant-with-rooms, it is personally run with genuine charm and more than a dash of local flavour. The food is sophisticated; the rooms are snug and serene.
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Brian Griffiths from Holmfirth is the winner of last month’s prize of dinner, bed and breakfast for two <a href=”https://www.goodhotelguide.com/review/scotland-highland-walls-burrastow-house-1615/”>Burrastow House, Shetland</a>, which won a César award this year as Scottish Hotel of the Year. An 18th-century house, it is on a remote bay in Shetland. It’s like being a guest at a country house in an extraordinarily beautiful location, said one Guide reader who stayed there recently. Dinners featuring ‘straightforward, uncomplicated fare’ lubricate conversation between guests. There are ‘irresistible kippers’ on offer at breakfast.