Maen Hir Guest House

- a pet free establishment -

You will find many places to eat and drink in Menai Bridge and in the surrounding area. We're more than happy to recommend somewhere - ask us when you arrive at Maen Hir Guest House. The following are but a sample of what's available on our door-step. 

Dylan's Menai bridge

Dylan's Menai Bridge restaurant sits at the water's edge, alongside the Thomas Telford bridge. It's a very popular, modern and light building over two floors with sun terraces and stunning views from every table across the Menai Straits.

Specialises in Seafood, Welsh, Vegetarian, vegan options.

Four Crosses Inn Menai bridge

A very popular eating destination with an extensive menu and great reviews - serves delicious, homely dishes.

Bridge Inn Menai bridge

The Bridge Inn Restaurant and Bar, situated by The Telford Bridge. Another popular restaurant serving brunch, lunch and dinner. Good reviews and catering for vegetarian, gluten-free and vegan options.

The Freckled Angel Menai Bridge

Its web site describes itself as:

'We have combined the concept of the Spanish tapas with British flavours and techniques, using locally sourced ingredients to create a unique dining experience'

The Anglesey Arms, Menai bridge

The kitchen serves traditional home-cooked pub food as well as daily specials using fresh local ingredients. Starters of chicken liver pate infused with garlic and herbs, served with onion confit and toast or spicy breaded king prawns with garlic dip and rocket could feature on the menu.

The Liverpool Arms, Menai bridge

The Liverpool Arms web site says:

'The whole ethos of the business is to use quality local ingredients. Using fresh local produce and supporting local producers is very important to us. Great food means using the best ingredients and we are fortunate enough to have most of these available to us on our doorstep here on Anglesey'

The Panton Arms, Pentraeth

The Panton Arms has a reputation for service great, traditional pub food and is renowned for stocking a good selections of beers. An interesting fact about the establishment: Charles Dickens once stayed at this Inn!