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Eating & Drinking

If you fancy a change from BBQing outside your yurt or maybe you want to leave the glamping behind you for an evening (or lunchtime!) then there are many local places to visit, to celebrate a special occassion, or just for the fun of it. From the local chippy to Michelin star restaurants there is something for everyone to enjoy whilst glamping at Strawberry Skys Yurts.

Situated less than two miles away is the town of Llanfair Caereinion. Easy to reach by car or you can also walk there along the lanes, or across the fields on the public footpath, for which directions are provided. The town is well served with three pubs, a wine bar, a butchers, a bakers, a petrol station, and a couple of convenience stores. And if you spend too long in the pub and don't fancy the walk back then there's no need to worry as there is always the local taxi service on hand to drop you back at the yurt campsite. 

The Goat Llanfair Caereinion
A very family friendly pub which serves food every lunch time and in the evening from 7pm.

The Black Lion - Llanfair Caereinion
A traditional pub with three real ales. Serves an excellent Sunday carvery with three choices of local roast meat.

The Red Lion - Llanfair Caereinion
A small traditional pub serving pub grub all day.

Llanfair Fish Bar - Llanfair Caereinion
Fish and chip shop with a take-out service only 

Banwy Bakery/Cafe - Llanfair Caereinion
Open every day except Sunday this cafe serves a range of sandwiches, cakes and hot meals and great breakfasts.

Or if you are wanting to travel slightly further Welshpool (approx 6 miles away) has several restaurants and coffee shops. These include: The Royal Oak (modern hotel with dIning roomes): Coco (Coffee house); Spice UK (Indian restaurant); The Corn Store (British cuisine); The Bay Tree Vintage Tea Rooms (tea and cake as you'd expect, but also savory dishes, cocktails and beer)

Further afield:

The Chequers - Montgomery (10 miles)
A french restaurant which in 2011 became the forth restaurant in Wales to be awarded a Michelin star.  

Bistro 7, at the Dragon Hotel, Montgomery
Popular and successful Welshpool bistro now re-located.

The Castle Kitchen - Montgomery (10 miles)
This is a cafe and deli which serves a range of home cooked meals. Open daily till 4.30pm 

The Nags Head, Garthmyl (about 20 mins by car)

Plas yn Dinas, Llanfechain (about 30 mins by car)
Fantastic gastro pub serving a short menu of modern European food and amazing steaks.

The Breidden, Middletown (about 30 mins by car)
Fancy a great chinese in a local Welsh pub! 

The Penhelig Arms, Aberdyfi (about an hour by car)
Great place to grab lunch or dinner combined with a trip to the seaside. Pub with room offering excellent fresh locally sourced produce.

The Seabreeze, Aberdyfi (about an hour by car)
Fantastic, mostly seafood, restaurant and wetfish bar. Dinner only. Open all day for drinks and Wetfish bar/deli counter.

The Saltmarsh Kitchen, Tywyn (10 mins up the road from Aberdyfi)
Amazing local produce (mostly seafood) cooked brilliantly with a frequntly changing menu.

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