Springtime is the perfect season to escape the hustle and bustle of city life and indulge in some much-needed relaxation. And what better way to do that than with a luxurious stay at GoFerydd in Anglesey, Wales? Our stunning property offers contemporary living for up to nine guests, with beautifully designed interiors and panoramic sea views across some of Wales’ most impressive coastline.
In this ultimate guide to dining at GoFerydd in spring, we will take you on a culinary journey that showcases the best of what Anglesey has to offer.
First and foremost, Anglesey is famous for its fresh seafood. With the sea right on our doorstep, we are fortunate enough to have access to the freshest catch of the day. One of the best places to indulge in some delicious seafood is The Lobster Pot, a family-run restaurant located in the nearby village of Church Bay. Their menu boasts a variety of seafood dishes, from grilled lobster to seafood platters, and everything in between.
If you are looking for a more casual atmosphere, we recommend The Oyster Catcher, located in the picturesque village of Rhosneigr. This beachfront eatery offers stunning views of the sea and an extensive menu of locally sourced seafood, including fresh oysters, mussels, and crab.
For those looking for a taste of Wales, Dylan’s in Menai Bridge is a must-visit restaurant. This popular eatery uses locally sourced meats, cheeses, and vegetables to create dishes that are not only delicious but also support the local community. Their menu is varied, with options for all tastes and dietary requirements. And for those with a sweet tooth, be sure to try their homemade desserts – the sticky toffee pudding is a must!
For a laid-back dining experience on Anglesey, check out the Catch 22 Brasserie. This family-run local brasserie, located in the picturesque village of Valley, offers a relaxed atmosphere with a focus on fresh, locally sourced ingredients. The menu features a range of dishes from classic pub fare to more inventive options, all made with high-quality ingredients. Neil, the Head Chef, leads the kitchen team in creating delicious meals, while Ellie and Mel provide friendly service and a warm ambiance. As a family-run establishment, Catch 22 Brasserie prides itself on its welcoming atmosphere and dedication to creating a memorable dining experience for its guests. It’s the perfect spot for a casual meal with friends or family.
Traditional Tea Rooms
No trip to Anglesey is complete without a visit to a traditional tea room, and Ann’s Pantry in Moelfre is one of the best. This cosy cafe serves up homemade cakes, scones, and sandwiches, all made with locally sourced ingredients. And with a charming garden to sit in, it’s the perfect spot for an afternoon tea break.
For the perfect accompaniment to your dining experience or to sit down and relax after a full day of exploring, Anglesey has a variety of local drinks to try. The Anglesey Brew House produces a range of handcrafted beers, including their award-winning RHOSNEIGR India Pale ale, named after a local village on Anglesey. Aber Falls Distillery creates a range of Welsh gins that are inspired by the natural beauty of the surrounding landscape.
And of course, no guide to places to eat in GoFerydd Angelsey would be complete without a mention of the local pubs. The White Eagle in Rhoscolyn is a favourite amongst locals and visitors alike, serving up classic pub fare with a modern twist. And with a stunning location overlooking the Irish Sea, it’s the perfect spot to enjoy a pint and watch the sunset. Savor a pint of local ale or a glass of wine while taking in the sights and sounds of the sea.
After a delicious meal, head to one of Anglesey’s beautiful beaches for a walk to work up an appetite for your next dining experience. Check out our guide to the best beaches in Angelsey to find the perfect one for you.
At Rest and Rewild, we believe that good food is an essential part of any great holiday. Whether you’re staying in our large, contemporary property in Anglesey or one of our other stunning locations in the Lakes, we encourage you to explore the local culinary scene and make the most of your staycation this summer. Bon appétit!
If you fancy a hit of fresh sea air, you can now book your break at Goferydd online. Sleeping up to nine in four bedrooms, prices start from only £475 per night.