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Pen-y-Dyffryn Country Hotel

Rhydycroesau, OSWESTRY, SY10 7JD

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A construction company built the rectory, church and village school here in 1840. Nowadays, the church is on the Welsh side of the border and the rectory, now a country hotel, is in England. With sweeping views over the valley, it's a relaxing place, traditionally furnished in country-house style, with striking abstract paintings of the local landscape. The modern Anglo-Welsh cooking uses organic materials in dishes such as guinea fowl, apricot and pistachio terrine with sticky date chutney and toasted brioche, followed by Welsh lamb rump with ratatouille, Parmentier potatoes and rich lamby jus. The finale might be good old treacle tart with custard and poached pear.

Further information

Tel: 01691 653700
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Dates closed: 20 Dec-21 Jan
Days closed for lunch: all week

Restaurant information

Cooking type: Modern British
Chef: Richard Jones
Number of seats: 25
Steps for wheelchair: 3
Children's portions.
No children under 3 yrs.
Parking available.


Restaurant price guide

3 Course dinner from: £33.00
Prices are for guidance only. Please check when booking for current rates.



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3m W of Oswestry on B4580
Nearest station: Gobowen, Oswestry

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