Dining and Bars

After a busy day exploring Snowdonia there is no doubt that you are going to be ready to sample some hearty Welsh produce, here at the Bridge Restaurant and Bar 1815 we serve traditional dishes with a contemporary twist.                                            We are a family friendly venue with a good choice of children’s meals.

Call us on 01690 710411 to make a reservation

Our famous Carvery is served every Sunday between 12 pm and 3 pm
1 course £9.95, 2 course £12.95, 3 course £15.95
Booking essential to avoid disappointment – call us on 01690 710411

…once you have finished your lunch why not leave the car in our car park and take a stroll up into Betws-y-Coed

The Bridge Restaurant

Bridge Restaurant The Bridge Restaurant is a fantastic venue for dining, functions and weddings.   Our menu has a dedicated emphasis on local, seasonal produce. Look out for our specials board which carries on the local and fresh theme

We work closely with local suppliers to ensure we deliver you the freshest quality ingredients on the plate. This is our menu

Bar 1815

Bar 1815 Offering a modern and contemporary venue Bar 1815 is the ideal place to drink and relax after a busy day out and about in North Wales.  As well as an endless array of hot, cold, alcoholic and non alcoholic beverages our wine list features old and new world wines especially chosen to accompany the flavours that our menus offer. See our Daytime Menu.

After your meal at the Bridge Restaurant unwind on our sofas in front of the fire with a nightcap, but beware … many have been known to fall asleep at this point!

Conference facilities are also available in the Cabinet room.

Stations Lounge

Stations Coffee The lounge over at the leisure centre offers a great selection of  teas & coffees, a quiet and calm place to relax after your swim, gym or beauty treatment with plush seating and tranquil lighting.

Surf to your hearts content with free WIFI, chill out and read the papers or take a seat by the windows and watch the kids in the pool.

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