Staying in Conwy?
If you're looking for accommodation this feast weekend, we'd like to introduce you to our friends at The Ernskine Arms!
Base yourself right in the midst of the feast this year and stay in the town walls. The Ernskine Arms can offer you a true feel of Conwy with old heavy wood and pit fires to warm yourself after a busy day of exploring the culinary delights that Gwledd Conwy Feast has to offer.
You can even catch The Ernskine Arm's very own chef, Chris Tull at one of our many live kitchen demonstrations throughout the weekend. Chris was already locally renowned for his work at sister pub The Cottage Loaf in Llandudno before he began delighting the visitors at the relatively newly renovated Ernskine Arms.
Book your room for the feast on their website.
From their website:
"The Erskine Arms has been owned by Stange & Co. since 1997. For a fair chunk of that time, the pub was known as ‘The Malt Loaf’ which operated as a busy vibrant community local with successful pool, snooker and dart teams. However, the tastes and demands of the folk living in and visiting Conwy changed over the years and began looking for something more food and family focused. So we decided to give the old place a top to bottom renovation, restoring the old place back to an original inn with smart rooms for those visiting Conwy or just passing through serving great local homemade food with great beer and decent wines. With this in mind, it only seemed natural for us to revert back to the original name The Erskine Arms, the building’s original name from late Georgian times to the mid-1990s."