We (4 adults and 3 children) visited on Wednesday last week after arriving late in Criccieth for our evening meal. we had a quick drive through the town and decided very quickly to see if the Moelwyn had any tables free (8.30pm for 7 isnt always easy!). They only had outside and we we're a little reluctant as the sun had gone down and starting to get that Wales chill in the air. The manager told us about 2.5k worth of patio heaters and we jumped at the chance! Perfect view over looking the full bay of Criccieth. Would the food match up.
Drinks order taken and Welsh Lamb ordered..... wine list was limited but high quality, settled for a lovely bottle of Rose Prosseco which was fab. GREAT meal, GREAT service from ALL staff and all round GREAT GREAT GREAT.
Started off our holiday in style. Got here, you wont regret it!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Originally a pair of Victorian Townhouses, Moelwyn offers six en suite, individually furnished bedrooms and a quality restaurant of enviable reputation, specialising in seafoods. The ideal choice for a relaxed short break holiday.With a stylish yet informal atmosphere, the restaurant has established an enviable reputation for the quality of our cuisine and boasts some of the finest views on the North Wales Coast. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- The Moelwyn Criccieth, Wales