Grant takes influences gathered whilst travelling the globe and turns them into stunning seasonal treats, using locally sourced ingredients. Grant loves the West Arms and his passion extends beyond the kitchen and the West Arms to the whole Ceiriog Valley. He knows how to showcase the best produce the valley has to offer, whether it’s Lady Kenyon of Greddington’s homegrown fruit and veg, Josh Williams’ free range eggs, Dave Keegan of Llanrhaedr ym Mochant’s Welsh lamb and beef or Rosie Davies’ edible flowers, you’ll be sure to be tucking into unique culinary creations which spring from the glorious landscape surrounding us.
Hotels with great restaurants are hard to find but food and drink are at the heart of our warm hospitality which is why we are one of the Good Food Guide Restaurants!
So at the West Arms, we offer options throughout the day:
Lunch is served daily in front of a crackling fire in the bar or the lounge.
From 12 noon to 2:30pm.
If you fancy a bite to eat outside of regular meal times, we can always dish up a bowl of delicious, freshly prepared soup or a sandwich.
Fine wines and more
We have a wide-ranging collection of wines by the glass to match your meal or simply enjoy sipping and ofcourse, there are bottles to suit every taste.
Classic afternoon tea
Treat yourself to a traditional Welsh Afternoon tea served between Noon and 5.00pm
Pre-booking only so we can ensure the scones are in the oven for your arrival.
Relax and enjoy the delicious meal of your choice from the dinner menu beside the welcoming warmth of the fire in our cosy lounge, or for a more formal meal by the spectacular inglenook in our dining room.
Served between 6:30pm to 9:00pm.
From 12 noon until 2:30pm you can enjoy the kind of roast dinner that Sundays were made for with all the trimmings (and more).
Our bar offers a place of rest, respite, comfort and hospitality throughout the day until late at night which is what makes us one of the top North Wales restaurants and hotel. A roaring fire, a selection of delicious local ales and the warmest of welcomes help to draw in a mixed and friendly crowd, combining locals and the likes of walkers, cyclists, anglers and shooting parties who’ve travelled from far and wide to this unspoiled corner of the world.