Arwel is fluent in the Welsh Language & was born in the village of Trefriw. He is a well-established Local Chef with 32yrs experience and a large local trade following. His cuisine has a Seafood & Portugese influence from his days at The Lord Newborough in Dolgarrog & the Jersey Channel Islands where he worked for many years.
Anna was also born in North Wales & moved to Cardiff with her family when she was 5yrs old. She returned to North Wales when she was 18yrs old to start her career in hospitality at the Tyn-y-Coed Hotel in Capel Curig. She has gained 28yrs experience in all areas of the hospitality business trade; sales & marketing, housekeeping, bar, restaurant and front of house welcome host. Arwel & Anna met through hospitality & married in Jersey in 2010, a place very special to our hearts.
We had a vision & a dream to have our own restaurant & found this very special gem in the beautiful village of Trefriw & so here we are…… To all who visit us we want to warmly welcome you to our piece of paradise & hope you enjoy.
Trefriw, Conwy , LL27 0JH
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