Tyddyn Llan

Meadows, mountains and Michelin-starred meals attract visitors to Susan and Bryan Webb’s ‘lovely’, rural restaurant-with-rooms, in a mellow-stone Georgian gentry house. More

Contact details

Tyddyn Llan
Llandrillo
Denbighshire
LL21 0ST
Wales
01490 440264

Hotel information

Bedrooms

13. 3 with separate entrance, 1, on ground floor, suitable for disabled.

Open

all year except 3 weeks Jan, restaurant closed Mon and Tues, Jan–Mar.

Facilities

2 lounges, bar, 2 dining rooms, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), civil wedding licence, 3-acre garden.

Background music

none.

Children

all ages welcomed.

Dogs

allowed in some bedrooms (£10 per night), not in public rooms.

Credit cards

Amex, MasterCard, Visa.

Prices

per room B&B £190–£320, D,B&B £290–£420. Set dinner £60, tasting menus £75–£90.

Other reviews

Good Hotel Guide Review

Meadows, mountains and Michelin-starred meals attract visitors to Susan and Bryan Webb’s ‘lovely’, rural restaurant-with-rooms. The mellow-stone Georgian gentry house has a homey elegance, with open fires, armchairs, a peaceful decor. The hostess’s ‘vibrant personality lifts the whole place’; ‘service is relaxed and excellent’. Pretty, ‘comfortable’ bedrooms have a traditional country charm – find tea and coffee facilities, home-baked biscuits, robes and slippers. Each room has its own character: one has an antique four-poster bed, a sitting area, garden views; another has French doors opening on to a private patio. In the evening, sample ‘substantial’ canapés before tasting Bryan Webb’s ‘fabulous’ daily-changing menus, including, perhaps, ‘beautifully tender grouse’; ‘a generous portion of stuffed rabbit leg’. ‘The only downside is that by pudding time we were a wee bit full.’ Young gastronomes are welcomed: ask for smaller portions off the regular menu, or a sensible children’s selection. Come morning, a notable breakfast is fuel for the many walks around. (Mary Coles, PA, and others)

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Tyddyn Llan
Llandrillo
Denbighshire
LL21 0ST

Guest comments

'What a find in the middle of the wildest countryside! We were cruising through on a roundabout way to the Lake District, friends told us to pop in for tea and we ended up staying for three days! The greeting was as if we were visiting friends, the rooms were cosy whilst sumptous, and the dinner was better than we eat in London. Great wines at extremely good value, great food, brilliant hosts and a wonderful time, ' - David Singleton - October, 2016
'Difficult to find words to describe how good this place is. Rooms fine. Decent size, comfy bed, modern bathrooms. Quiet, great views from the bedroom windows. Not totally wonderful, but absolutely fine. Brian is the best cook in Wales. Michelin-starred cooking and generous portions, nobody will leave here hungry. We ate in all four nights and everything was wonderful. The staff are friendly, and Susan Webb is a real gem, running the place with good humoured efficiency. Our fifth stay, there will be more. ' - Peter Anderson - August, 2016
'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 - December, 2013

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Tourist attractions

  • Lake Bala

    A beautiful lake, with the town of Bala on its shores.

  • Ruthin Castle

    Site of Arthurian legend in the 12th century.

  • Snowdonia

    The national park surrounding the highest mountain in Wales, covering 830 square miles of rugged scenery.