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review of the New Inn Dyserth

  • places to visit
April 7, 2017

The New Inn Dyserth offers mouth watering food in a picturesque setting in North Wales. Located only a 15 minute drive away from Seaview Holiday Home Park, this picturesque village is a must see for all visiting the North Wales area.

Seaview Holiday Home Park is located along the North Wales Coast, only 1 mile away from the famous Talacre Beach and the 17th Century Lighthouse. Including our sister park Talacre Beach Holiday Home Park where owners at Seaview have unlimited access to the 5 star facilities, including an indoor heated swimming pool, full Go Active programme with archery and body zorbing among the many activities. Along with a full entertainment programme with different activities during the day and evening entertainment in the clubhouse with performances from musicians and comedians. Also enjoy a mouth-watering meal at the onsite Horizon Restaurant, before retiring back to the peace and tranquillity of your home away from home at Seaview Holiday Home Park.

The New Inn in Dyserth is only a short drive away from Seaview Holiday Home Park, with a picturesque setting, jaw dropping dishes and a Certificate of Excellence from Trip Advisor, this popular eatery is a must-visit for anyone in the area.

Dyserth village

The Village lies below the stunning slopes of Hiraddug, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty since 1985, and with visitors to the breath taking area since the 18th Century, Dyserth is a must visit for all. The Afon Ffyddion drops 70 feet in the middle of the village, creating the famous and picturesque Dyserth Waterfalls, which is approximately 100 meters from The New Inn, located at the foot of the waterfall.

The New Inn is a 400 year old building, originally a play house for the coal miners, as well as being offering accommodation to Monks who worshipped at the 700 year old church opposite. With views of the waterfalls and the flowing river across the way, The New Inn is a local favourite offering real ale and mouth watering dishes.

the new inn Dyserth

Combining traditional and atmosphere, The New Inn offers you a frequently changing menu, as well as a selection of daily specials based on fresh produce of the current season, they make all their own food so are able to make adjustments as necessary and cater to all dietary requirements!

The recently extended dinning room offers a warm welcome, with a fantastically friendly atmosphere, you will want to return to The New Inn time and again. The ideal place for a romantic dinner for two, tucked into the nooks or perfect for a large dinner party in the main seating area. Dinning outside is also hugely popular in the warmer months, with the unique bench pods offering cover from the odd Welsh showers, with the views and sounds of the waterfall and surrounding village.

it’s all about the food

The menu at The New Inn often changes, so you can be sure you will have plenty of choice on every visit, and with a wide range of foods, even the pickiest of eaters will find something to tickle their taste buds!

Start with the Chef’s freshly made soup of the day or some cod and smoked haddock fishcakes, before moving on to some rosemary braised lamb shank or thick carved home roasted ham (excuse me, I’m drooling). There is also a wide range of burgers and grills on offer, where you can choose one of the Welsh steaks on the menu, as well as a choice of sizzling skillets and fish dishes!

As you know, I’m all about the desserts… and the desserts at The New Inn are to die for, from the jaw dropping sundae’s and delicious chocolate cake, to my all-time favourite sticky toffee pudding.

So if you’re looking for a holiday home for sale in North Wales, Seaview could be the place for you with a friendly community, plenty activities for all the family and only 15 minutes away from this picturesque pub and restaurant get in touch with our Ownership Team now, via our live chat service or call us on 01745858010 to find out more about becoming an owner at Seaview Holiday Home Park

Happy Eating!

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