Lonely Planet placed North Wales fourth in the world’s ‘Top 10’ destinations – and one of the reasons was down to its food. ‘North Wales has also become a haunt of in-the-know foodies, so however visitors get their kicks, once they’ve worked up an appetite, they’ll also be well catered for,’ they said.
It’s not just fine dining. As well as polished cuisine at award-winning country house hotels and restaurants with rooms, you’ll enjoy good food cooked with care and passion in homely cafés, bistros and inns. No surprise, really, with such inspirational local produce on the doorstep like Welsh Black beef and lamb (mountain and the tender saltmarsh variety), super-fresh seafood straight from the fishing boat, artisan farmhouse cheeses… even local wine and beer.