The Conrah Hotel & Park Restaurant

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The Conrah Hotel & Park Restaurant

The Conrah is an elegant Edwardian house that was owned by the ‘Smiths' of Smith crisps fame. It was burnt down in 1911 but has been rebuilt, as far as we understand, to look as it did before. We have 18 acres of beautiful gardens and countryside that enhance the feeling of timelessness and help to create the most wonderful pictures and memories.

Our Manager, Nathan, leads a young and motivated team, and has impressed with his calm attention to detail that ensures that every wedding is exactly what you want it to be. No fuss, no hiccups and no tears, except those of happiness.

Med is our Head Chef and the quality of his food never ceases to amaze us. He is passionate about creating wonderful flavours and uses local suppliers and local foods to achieve this. Med and his team of chefs allow nothing to leave the kitchen unless it meets his exacting standards and they are very high!

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Chancery, Aberystwyth,
Ceredigion, Wales , SY23 4DF

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