Food and Drink


Award winning restaurants, fresh local seabass, lobster and clams, tender Welsh Saltmarsh lamb, Snowdonia ‘Black Bomber’ cheddar, Welsh rarebit and amazing locally brewed beers – just some of the Welsh delicacies to make your mouth water. There are some very good restaurants in the area. We recommend:

Places to eat on Special Occasions near Tywyn

The Sea Breeze, Aberdyfi 01654 767449: Seasonal fresh coastal food, well presented with good service and atmosphere.

Indiana Cuisine Indian, Fairbourne: Owned by Bollywood star and his wife, this place is not to be missed, authentic, 5* Indian cuisine that is reasonably priced.

The Saltmarsh Kitchen, 9 College Green, Tywyn : Local Seasonal Fresh Food with some fun specials.  A petite rustic sea side feel with intimate dining.


The Peniarth Arms is just down the road from us, with a beer garden, locally brewed beers and good pub grub such as steak and chips and roast dinners.

Cross Foxes, Dolgellau Lovely Welsh bar atmosphere with good pub grub from Steaks and Soups to Fish and Chips and Vegetarian Options.


Coast Deli Dining in Aberdyfi has great coffee, a selection for breakfast and some great local dishes and sandwiches all with a sea view. Dogs welcome.

T H Roberts Coffee Shop, Dolgellau: A cafe perfect for filling up after a good walk/bike/canoe in the big outdoors. Offers huge delicious selection of homemade cakes, Welsh Rarebit, Sandwiches, Soups and more.

Cafe Alys, Heol Maengwyn, Machynlleth: A lovely Welsh cafe in the old Parliament Building next to the Owain Glyndwr Centre. Gail the owner is an excellent chef, does themed evening meals, a couple of soups and specials each day and cakes and coffees.

London House Deli, Machynlleth: Old market building where grain would be bought and sold now offers some local Welsh cheeses, the best pasties in the area and some very filling Panini’s along with good coffee.

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