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“Great home made food”
Review of Plas Glyn y Weddw

Plas Glyn y Weddw
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Reviewed August 3, 2017 via mobile

Idyllic setting for this Gallery coupled with a superb little cafe. Lots of delicious cakes my husband had strawberry cake whilst I had chicken Caesar salad. The chicken was delicious and plentiful. Disappointed no soup left as had that last time and delicious too. There is also a little gift shop to purchase local fudge and dishes etc.

Thank jfs0192
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Reviewed July 22, 2017 via mobile

The combination of small but superbly curated gallery and excellent cafe makes this one of my favourite stop-offs. Always a pleasure to visit.

1  Thank Bwydda
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Reviewed July 19, 2017

Set in spacious grounds with access to enchanting woodland walks this former Victorian mansion now houses Wales' Oldest Art Gallery and holds events including open air ones. It has a wonderful conservatory providing light and hearty meals, home made cakes, beverages and alcoholic drinks. As far as possible local Welsh suppliers are used.We each had a home made Welsh beef steak , caramelised onion and cheese burger in a glorious locally made bread roll accompanied by a generous salad. The burger was the best we have ever had.
The views from the conservatory and the lawn is down to the sea. Picnic tables are situated to take advantage of the view, and visitors are able to bring their food outside. Plenty of space for children to run around. Dogs are welcome. There is a pay and display car park. Also plenty of woodland walks signposted.

1  Thank Tilly T
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Reviewed July 15, 2017

On a lovely sunny day, with the sea a deep blue,as it was last week, there is no need to go to the Med!!
We went to Plas Glyn y Weddw for lunch. It was superb, and next time I am going to have one of the lovely cakes they had on display.
We sat in the garden, and there is a conservatory to sit in too..
There was an exhibition on and there is a gift shop, and they let you walk around the house for free, plus there is a lovely walk up to the tin man.
They have an amphitheatre for summer plays and concerts too.
The history of the family who saved this beautiful place from dereliction is a lovely story.
A truly amazing place and well worth a visit....especially on a summers day. Just to be aware there is a charge of £1 for the car park.

1  Thank Vanessa S
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Reviewed July 12, 2017 via mobile

When it rains on the Lleyn Peninsular you have to search carefully for indoor activity as was the case just yesterday.we noted that Llanbedrog Art Gallery aka Plas Glyn y Weddw is currently hosting an exhibition presenting works of celebrated wood sculptor David Nash. We were to be fascinated by a wide range of interesting and unusual artifacts which neatly occupied a few hours. This was followed up with a healthy and quite tasty luncheon in the on-site cafe. The food was spot on and accompanied by pleasant and efficient service. We then recalled bygone times when occasionally we visited the Gallery during its very early days and chatted with Dafydd and the late Gwyneth ap Tomos who through unstinted dedication set about the sympathetic renovation of what at the time was a sad and derelict dower house. Without their truly inspirational efforts to succeed with this project both we, and all others paying visits to the Gallery, would be sadly lacking this marvellous national treasure..

Thank John S
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