Sea Foraging in North Wales

Sea Foraging in Eryri provides a wonderful opportunity to explore one of Britain’s most beautiful regions!

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10 of the best restaurants in Abersoch

10 of the best restaurants in Abersoch

We’re sharing 10 of the best restaurants in Abersoch for a romantic meal, a special occasion, a lively family night out or the best place for coffee & cake!

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Free £20 Dylans Voucher

Free £20 Voucher For Dylan's Restaurant

The owners of Hafod Dwyfach are offering guests booking to stay for 7 nights or more during June and July 2018 a £20 voucher to spend at Dylan’s Restaurant in Criccieth.

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Top 5 Snowdonia Seafood Dining Experiences

Being so close to the coast, we do seafood very well in Snowdonia and I’m not talking fish and chips. I’m talking about hidden gems of restaurants that offer incredible seafood in fantastic locations… here are our top 5 Snowdonia seafood dining experiences:   TWNTI SEAFOOD, PWLLHELI Based in-between Pwllheli and Abersoch, this converted barn, off the beaten track really does have a reputation for excellent seafood. It has been running for over 26 years and is a real favourite with those who know of it.   DYLANS, CRICCIETH Following on from its success in Menai Bridge, Dylans opened up their second location in the Maes-Y Mor on the beach fronton Criccieth. A fabulous environment with an extensive fish menu alongside pizza, burgers and pasta. They have a separate bar there too if you just fancy a drink overlooking the sea.   MARRAM GRASS, ANGLESEY Having received great reviews in the national press and Julia Bradbury…

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