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Siop y Pentref Llanfrothen – Shop, Café and Deli
Grocery and general store that sells handy goods such as coal, fire wood, dog food, wine and beer, newspapers and birthday cards
Hot food is available in the café.
The deli counter sells sandwiches, cold meats, quiches, salad, coleslaw, sweets and more.
Opening hours: Monday – Saturday 6 am – 8 pm, Sunday 7 am – 4 pm
☎ 01766 770882
Postcard from... Wales By Jan Morris
There are several remarkable things about the village of Llanfrothen, on the edge of the Snowdon mountains in Gwynedd...Click here to read the entire article on the Financial Times website
Y Brondanw Arms or ‘Y Ring’
The building was once a magistrate’s court, farm, and resting place for drovers.
A popular tavern and restaurant that has a warm and welcoming atmosphere
Good traditional food in the daytime and an a’la carte menu in the evening
Plenty of parking space, excellent garden for eating outdoors and a large play area for children
☎ 01766 770555
Visit the ‘Memories’ page for David Calderwood’s recollections of the Ring in the Sixties
Beautiful gardens, café and crafts shop
Opening hours: 10 am – 4.30 pm
☎ 01766 772772