So you're hungry!

Fabulous places to eat

So lets start closer to home

The Boma at Pentre Mawr
As many of our guests will know that we are lucky enough to have a home in South Africa. And so we built our African Safari lodges in a similar style to the ones we saw on game farms in SA.   While the traditional Boma was built as an area to corral cattle, many safari lodges in Africa now offer open-air boma dining areas  as a way for visitors to get a taste of African culture.  After a day in the bush, it's a wonderful way to gather around a fire and exchange the wildest stories of  the wildlife sightings you've had on your game drive.   Sadly we can't offer game drives though there will be sightings of mini Shetlands but we decided it would be great to have an area where our guests could socialise.   So we've built a covered area with a fire pit and a Braai ( African BBQ).   So if you don't feel like heading out, head to the boma, cook your dinner on wood(we'll supply plenty) and share a beer with new friends. 
The Dinorben Armsis 2 miles away in Bodfari.   It's opened all day from 11 and does everything from morning coffee or a quick sandwich or a full lunch or dinner.   Excellent wine menu and great craft beers   Very dog friendly.   It's also very busy so we recommend you book.   Having said that they usually have some walk-in tables.  

The Drovers Armsis about 5 miles away. Close to a great river and woodland walk, dogs are allowed in the bar. Not to busy during the day but very busy at weekends. Again booking would be best.

Afonwen Craft Centre  is around 4 miles away or  a good hike over the hill. It's only opened during the day but does the best cakes as well as breakfast and lunch. There are tables outside in a covered area that's dog friendly.

The Indian Loungejust a short drive over the hill in Nannerch . Really good food, both eating and takeaway. The restaurant is beautiful too.

Con Amici is a lovely Italian in Denbigh. 4 miles away, they also have take out.

Further a field!

 Rhug Organic Food Centre near Corwen  around 20 miles away.   It's on the way to Bala lake.  Super cafe, fabulous shop for both gift and organic food and wine.  Opened daily, though hours change seasonally. There's a lovely river walk in Corwen. 

The Oyster Catcheron the Isle of Anglesey is really worth the drive.   Just off the beach which is dog friendly and the woofs are welcome in the restaurant too.   

Bodnant Welsh Food Centreis just south the A55  in the Conwy Valley both the cafe and restaurant are dog friendly.