“…Cause I'm gonna make you see, there’s nobody else here, no one like me, I’m special (special) so special (special) I gotta have some of your attention, give it to me…”. C. Hynde/J.Honeyman-Scott.
If you are on the look-out for some seriously good food, then take a ‘proper gander’ at this hidden gem, situated in Tywyn, amidst the dramatic, stunning landscapes of rural Mid-Wales. Serving eye-wateringly attractive food, there’s a friendly, comfortable vibe at The Proper Gander which permeates throughout the restaurant. Using only the very best locally sourced produce, the menu mirrors the abundant variety of both fresh fish and seafood, with Welsh lamb, beef and pork that is supplied by local producers. There’s also Award-Winning Welsh cheeses, and a fantastic selection of beers, ciders, ales and spirits sourced from their breweries and distilleries. This is a truly beautifully presented restaurant, and sits up to 45 covers, with a highly professional service that runs smoothly through the night.
Three is a magic number when it comes to the superb Leahurst Bed & Breakfast, serenely sequestered in Tywyn, on the breathtakingly beautiful Welsh Coast of Cardigan Bay. Leahurst B&B presents 3 immaculate, en-suite rooms: each one abundant with
Built in 1901, the handsome, historical, Peniarth Arms, is a family owned business situated in the charming village of Bryncrug, which has its very own crystal river flowing through, and into the River Dysynni.