Find this good restaurant/hotel, now run by the third generation of the Fletcher Brewer family, in quiet farmland about 2 miles from the village of Abersoch.
Local produce and seafood dominate the menu, which follows the natural seasons. So depending on the season, expect the likes of 'Langoustine Bisque with Confetti Vegetables and Crisp Herbs'; 'Pressed Goats Cheese, Leek and Potato Terrine with Tomato Coulis'; 'Sautéed Herring Milts on a Tomato and Tarragon Blini with Lemon and Celeriac Salad' and 'Corn-Fed Chicken Foie Gras and Wild Mushroom Roundel, with Lemon, Lime and Spring Onion Salsa' among the starters.
Maybe to be followed by 'Roast Welsh Lamb Shank with Saffron-creamed-Potatoes, Caramelised Parsnips and a Red Wine Tarragon Jus'; 'Steamed Sea Bass wrapped in Courgettes with a Dill and Saffron Risotto, Prawn Beignet and a Tomato and Ginger Salsa' or 'Roast Venison with Fondant Potato'.
Finish with the likes of 'Chocolate Marquise with Kumquat Marmalade'; 'Lemon Tart with Raspberry Compote' or 'Orange and Almond Pudding'. Or if you have a more savoury tooth perhaps 'Welsh Rabbit' or their selection of Welsh farmhouse cheeses.
Service is both professional and friendly.
No mobile phones in dining room.
- Lunch: Sun 12.15-14.00; set L £23; plus light lunches Mon-Sat
- Dinner: all week, 19.15-21.00; set D £32.50 (2 courses), £39.00 (3 courses)
- Seats: 60, plus 30 outside
- Wine: a good list covers the world, and kicks off at £14.95
- Children's portions: No young children at D, while children under 14 are charged a flat rate of £14
- Nearest station: Pwllheli
- Closed: mid Nov to mid March