Fantasy meets reality in the multi-turreted building
Take a seat in the banqueting hall
Enjoy three sumptuous courses
What better way to enjoy a grand Sunday lunch than in the Victorian surroundings of Chateau Rhianfa, inspired by the iconic Loire Valley of France. The spectacular Grade II listed building is situated on the Menai Straits and has unparalleled views of Welsh Snowdonia. Tuck into a three-course spread served in the stunning banqueting hall, and enjoy dishes prepared by head chef Andrew Sheridan, who sources ingredients locally - even going as far as to catch fresh lobster and crab himself. Expect delicious dishes like chicken liver parfait, roast sirloin of beef and double chocolate brownies to finish. Top things off with a stroll in the beautiful gardens and visit the private beach, with amazing views of the surrounding mountains.