Inns of Wales: Tyddyn Llan Inn


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Along the green and winding way to our first night’s lodging
in North Wales, we pitifully try to pronounce the names of the villages we pass through

The turn into Tyddyn Llan is a sweet relief…

I can say THIS one!

The ‘spotting’ rain is no deterrent to visitors from Scotland., nor to a young guest. and The mist makes the gardens and the charming vine covered Inn, lush and welcoming.

Inside, comfortable common rooms beckon. And although the guest rooms are small, they’re cozy, and the baths? A luxurious surprise.

But the real heart of Tyddyn Llan beats in it dining room, for it is indeed a ‘Restaurant with Rooms’

Chef /owners Bryon and Susan Webb make certain that their offerings are fresh and local and prepared to highlight their subtle flavors….for the lucky diner, the result is a delight

Tyddyn Llan is off the tourist path in the small village of Llandrillo.

Even if you can’t pronounce it, finding it is a joy.

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