What was once a former Welsh Chapel, in the seaside resort town of Borth: is now a splendid boutique cinema and restaurant, providing luxurious, stress free escapism from everyday life, in an immersive, intimate setting. Over time multiplex cinema has had to keep expanding, and improving itself to meet demands, however in a world where size matters: owners Peter Fleming and his partner Grug Morris, through passion, hardwork and a sprinkle of Divine inspiration have given the big guys a run for their money, by reinventing a dream come true for cinema lovers in the Heavenly shape of Libanus 1877. Set in the Gothic style Chapel, this sumptuous boutique cinema has a breathtakingly gorgeous interior, which is aesthetically sympathetic to the exterior, something Peter is passionate about. Superb seats, sublime chairs and sofas: each seat has its very own table for refreshments and movie meals. With the latest digital projection, 7.1 surround sound and satellite equipment, you’ll be spoilt for choice with things to watch. Disabled access and seating is provided too.
FOOD FOR THOUGHT
Creating mouthwatering dishes that dazzle like a Movie Stars’ shoe collection: the Award Winning restaurant at Libanus 1877, offers edible objet d’art that always heads the bill. Downstairs; Libanus 1877 is an impressive boutique cinema with 60 blissful seats offering soft and alcoholic drinks, snacks and popcorn. Although the cinema is the main feature, upstairs the 44 seated restaurant offers much more than a mere supporting role. Situated in the seaside resort of Borth in Ceredigion, the restaurant uses locally sourced, high quality ingredients to create ravishingly presented food, in a trendy but elegant atmosphere, that allows diners to relax and unwind. Offering superior customer service, unrivalled comfort and aesthetics: the exquisite Libanus 1877 restaurant and Vestry Bar is friendly, so go ahead, and make your day!