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Places to eat when staying with Cadair View Lodge in Snowdonia

Barmouth

Coes Faen

Tuscan inspired contemporary dining.

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Ebeneezer Chapel

Coffee shop + snacks

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Saffron

Indian restaurant + takeaway

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The Last Inn

Historic inn.  Famous for it's food and hospitality

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The Mermaid

Fish + chips

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Betws y Coed

Conwy Falls Cafe

Great cafe close to the A5.  Why not take a walk down to The Conwy Falls whilst you're there.  Also the home of Go Below Underground Adventures.

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Dolgellau

Bwyty Mawddach

Fantastic views of Cadair Idris and Mawddach estuary.  Emphasis is on the use of fresh local produce.

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Cross Foxes

Bar & grill room. Emphasis is on the use of fresh local produce.

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Dylanwad

Cafe serving "light bites of food".  Also a very well stocked wine merchant.

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George III

Set in old railway buildings on the side of the Mawddach estuary - fantastic setting (and somewhere to take an easy walk before or after a meal).

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Tafarn y Gader

Bistro & bar serving local produce in a contemporary Spanish style

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The Gatehouse Steakhouse

Check out their special deals including Tbone Tuesdays.

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The Royal Ship Hotel

Regularly changing menu of seasonal food.

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TH Roberts

Coffee shop.

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Y Meirionnydd

Set in a medieval cellar that once formed past of the town jail.  No children under 8.

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Y Sospan

Cafe by day.  Bistro by night.

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Each time that I look there seems to be another cafe or restaurant opened in the area, which is great for us all, but it makes it difficult to keep up.  I apologise to any owners if I’ve missed their establishment (maybe drop me an email to remind me).  Inclusion in this list does not mean that I endorse the place or that I’ve eaten there.  Probably best to check TripAdvisor or Facebook to check recent reviews if desired.  I’ve grouped places by their nearest town or village.

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