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Just to the south of the lovely resort town of Llandudno is the spectacular Bodysgallen Hall, nestled within its own parkland, which measures more than 200 acres in area. It is the perfect place to sit back and enjoy a good meal, especially with the views that it commands, out over the majestic Conwy Castle and the dramatic peaks of the Snowdonia National Park.

The restaurant is made up of two separate dining rooms, both of which overlook those lush gardens. The menu is an extensive one, offering up a range of novel and imaginative options that comprise solely of the freshest of local ingredients and produce. When it comes to the dinner menu, you can expect to see meals such as rabbit terrine with pickled wild mushrooms and a prune puree, and poached red deer with a red wine and coca sauce.

And if you don’t want to go for a full meal, why not opt for an afternoon tea instead? If you don’t have an appetite at all, you can always treat yourself to a relaxing spa treatment.

 

Image Source: CC-by-SA 2.0 by Richard Hoare.

Image Source: CC-by-SA 2.0 by C Michael Hogan.

Location

You will have no problems finding the Hall as due to its National Trust status, the signposts will lead your right there. It is located just off the A470.

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