Dylan's Restaurant (Cricceth)
The second of Dylan’s three restaurants, Dylan’s Criccieth is found on the coast of Pen Llŷn, the Llŷn Peninsula, in Gwynedd, housed by the remarkable Art Deco styled Morannedd building, just a few steps from the sand and stones of the beach. Designed by architectural icon Sir Clough Williams Ellis, back in the 1930s, we know you’ll feel that this beautiful glass fronted building has been brought back to life as one of our thriving restaurants. It is a treat for us to be custodians of this building in such a wonderful place, looking out across the bay towards Harlech Castle and the Rhinogs or back along our own beach to Criccieth Castle. We serve from our Michelin recommended, award winning menus, and feature locally sourced produce from the seas and hills throughout the local area. All our restaurants are open from 11am-11pm, 7 days a week, throughout the year (except for Christmas Day).
, Maes y Mor,
Criccieth, Gwynedd , LL52 0HU
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