Dining at Tir y Coed
Our dining room is intimate, we rarely have more than 8-10 people dining. We use local suppliers and produce wherever possible, and offer traditional food, with a modern twist, prepared with care and with an emphasis on what’s in season. Before coming to Tir y Coed, Sandra was a food stylist, home economist and recipe writer, working with many top food companies and chefs, so is passionate about what is served.
If you would like to dine on your first night, we ask you to let us know when booking and to make your main course choice 24 hours in advance, so that we can order in fresh ingredients. What’s on offer changes daily and we will be happy to discuss any special requirements so there is something suitable for you. We are lucky to be close to the sea, and in a farming area, with some great suppliers such as Mermaid Seafoods and Poyntons Butchers within a few miles; provenance and animal welfare are taken seriously.
During the peak season the dining room and bar are open every day with the exception of Mondays and Wednesdays, unless by prior arrangement. We are happy to recommend some good local places to eat and point you in the right direction.During the off-season the dining room and bar are open at the weekends and we also offer a Sunday roast lunch for a minimum of 6 people, for which booking at least 48 hours in advance is essential.
Bar, Balcony and Gardens
The bar’s a great place to relax and unwind, with the garden and balcony offering further options during the summer months. It’s easy to find a quiet spot to sit back with a Pimm’s or a G&T.
The garden is full of wildlife and birdsong, so you’re sure to spot (or hear) something on a summer afternoon. From the balcony you can watch the sun set over the mountain ridge or watch from the comfort of the bar if the weather stops you venturing outside.