Tuesday, 19 June 2012

Launch of the Dandelion Café at Craflwyn

This National Trust owned place, Craflwyn, just outside Beddgelert has now opened as a classic British tearoom, one of a chain attached to HF Holiday locations and run under lease by HF.  According to the marketing speak, the emblem, the Dandelion, says it all. “Cheerful, light, unpretentious and with the ability to bring a smile to everyone’s face.” Open from 10am until 4pm it offers Fairtrade products, Suki style teas, an alcohol licence, a light and classy ambience and beautifully cooked food-full lunch, light meals of snacks. Sunday lunch is £10.95 for 3 courses. Brilliant staff, cakes and Snowdonia cheeses. It officially opened yesterday and I called in for tea after the Farm Open Day at Hafod Y Llam and very good it was.

1 comment:

  1. I stopped at this place. Can you tell me where else I can buy the Snowdonia cheeses? They were really good.