The restaurant at Y Meirionnydd Townhouse is in the lower, medieval cellar that up until 1815 housed the County Jail.

It has since been transformed into an intimate and comfortable restaurant, whilst upstairs the original dining room of the 1820 townhouse serves as both a dining room and the breakfast room for guests staying with us.

Since the Welsh Government announced the gradual re-opening of hospitality in Wales we are pleased to be open from Tuesday 4th August for dinner, Tuesday to Saturday only. We will be open from 18.00 but of course there will be differences for the time being with bookings by telephone only, fewer, more spaced tables, increased hygiene for everyone and timed sittings.

We take the safety of our staff and guests very seriously; we’re proud to have been awarded a 5 star food hygiene rating from Gwynedd Council every year since we opened so you can feel confident that we’re doing everything we can to minimise risk. We ask you to do your part too.

Our menu evolves throughout the year and features both local and seasonal flavours wherever possible. As we source ingredients from many suppliers we cannot guarantee that all dishes will be available on the night.

Click HERE for our current summer menu.

Please note that we are unable to accommodate children under the age of six in our restaurant