Eating and Drinking
If you fancy a change from BBQing outside your yurt or maybe you want to leave the glamping behind you for an evening (or lunchtime!) then there are many local places to visit, to celebrate a special occasion, or just for the fun of it. From the local chippy to fine-dining restaurants there is something for everyone to enjoy whilst glamping at Strawberry Skys Yurts.
Situated less than two miles away is the town of Llanfair Caereinion
Easy to reach by car or you can also walk there along the lanes, or across the fields on the public footpath, for which directions are provided. The town is well served with three pubs, a wine bar, a butchers, a bakers, a petrol station, and a couple of convenience stores. And if you spend too long in the pub and don’t fancy the walk back then there’s no need to worry as there is always the local taxi service on hand to drop you back to your yurt.
The Goat, Llanfair Caereinion. t: 01938 810 428
A very family friendly pub with a great cellar, open fires, sofas and board games. Serving excellent pub food at very reasonable prices daily at lunchtime until 3:00pm and from 7:00pm in the evenings.
The Black Lion, Llanfair Caereinion. t: 01938 810 759
Traditional pub, popular with the after work crowd. Sometimes has live music. Serves a truly excellent Sunday carvery at a great price.
The Red Lion, Llanfair Caereinion. t: 01938 810 341
Traditional popular pub serving food all day.
Llanfair Fish Bar, Llanfair Caereinion.
Traditional fish & chips. Take away only.
The Lion Hotel, Berriew. t: 01686 640 452
Recently refurbished and under new management, Proving hugely popular with drinkers and diners alike. Must book in advance for weekends dinners.
The Nags Head, Garthmyl t: 01686 640 600
Independently run award winning gastro pub in the village of Garthmyl, just outside Welshpool near the Montgomery canal.
Spice UK, Welshpool. t: 01938 553 431
Indian restaurant with take-away and restaurant options.
The Corn Store, Welshpool. t: 01938 554 614
Independent bistro serving british cuisine.
The Bay Tree Vintage Tea Rooms, Welshpool. t: 01938 555 456
Tea, coffee and cakes (as you’d expect), but also some savoury dishes, cocktails and beer. (closed Sundays)
The Royal Oak Hotel, Welshpool. t: 01938 552 217
Modern hotel, with restaurant.
Bistro 7 at The Dragon Hotel, Montgomery . t: 01686 668 359
Pop in for a drink after visiting the castle. Offers casual dining or restaurant meal options.
The Castle Kitchen, Montgomery. t: 01686 668 795
Cafe and deli serving a range of hot/cold light meals and sandwiches. Open daily until 4:30pm.
The Breidden, Middletown. t: 01938 570 880
A great Chinese restaurant in a traditional Welsh country pub.
Plas yn Dinas, LLanfechain. t: 01691 829 055
Fantastic gastro pub serving a short menu of modern European cuisine and amazing steaks.
The Penhelig Arms, Aberdyfi. t: 01654 767 215
Great pub with stunning views across the estuary. Casual dining in the bar, or restaurant option.
The Sea Breeze, Aberdyfi. t: 01654 767 449
Restaurant serving local coastal produce done simply. Open all day for drinks and wet fish bar. Restaurant evenings only from 6pm. (from 5pm in high season)
The Saltmarsh Kitchen, Tywyn. t: 01654 711 949
Amazingly fresh local produce (mostly, but not exclusively seafood) cooked brilliantly with a short and frequently changing menu. Open daily from 5pm.