Restaurant review: The Old Watchhouse – New Quay, Ceredigion

I recently visited New Quay in Ceredigion, West Wales, with my friend Sian and her family. After a stroll along the sea front we were feeling rather peckish and so we decided to look for somewhere to eat nearby.   We were immediately drawn to the Old Watchhouse restaurant. Situated just at the entrance to … READ MORE

Restaurant review: The Eden Tea Rooms – Llandudno, North Wales

Owned by David and Margaret Sales, The Eden Tea Rooms is hidden away from the hustle and bustle of Llandudno’s town centre and the busy North Shore Promenade near the Pier. Situated on the West Shore close to the Great Orme, the tea rooms overlook a boating lake and children’s play area, with the beach just a short distance … READ MORE

Restaurant review: Chantrey’s Restaurant at The Imperial Hotel – Llandudno, North Wales

    Situated on the Promenade of Llandudno in North Wales, the Imperial Hotel proudly looks out across the sea-front and the bay, with beautiful views of the Great Orme and Little Orme headlands. Recently announced as one of one of Visit Wales’ Gold hotels and recognised by the AA, The Imperial Hotel has a … READ MORE

Restaurant review: The Boatyard Inn – Bangor, North Wales

  Situated on a small road leading to the Pier, the Boatyard Inn of Bangor, North Wales offers guests just as warm a welcome today as it probably did for many sea workers, sailors and fishermen years ago. Almost sitting upon the water’s edge, the pub embodies the character and atmosphere of a traditional sea-side tavern. Once visited by Prince William … READ MORE

Restaurant review: 1815 – Bangor, North Wales

    Whilst researching restaurants to visit in Bangor, North Wales, I come across 1815. Situated in the city centre the café-deli bar specialises in preparing home-made, contemporary food with a Spanish influence. When I find out that 1815 is known for its tapas, which is described on the website as its signature dish, I just know I have to experience it … READ MORE