Llys Meddyg restaurant with rooms, owned and run by Ed and Lou Sykes, opened to the public in May 2003, after a series of updates and renovations.
Llys Meddyg now offers a restaurant, a Cellar Bar, a Kitchen Garden, and VisitWales 4-star and two AA rosettes accommodation.
For more details of the Llys Meddyg story please visit the about us page.
We have a range of high resolution images which can be made available, please contact us for details.
- TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence 2014
- 2010/11 True Taste of Wales Award – Silver Award for ‘Hotel’
- 2010 Good Food Guide recommended
- 2010 Good Hotel Guide recommended
- Awarded two AA rosettes in 2009
- VisitWales 4-star graded Restaurant with Rooms
- VisitWales Cyclists & Walkers Welcome Award
- Best Use of Pembrokeshire Produce Award 2009 — Hospitality Establishment
- Pembrokeshire Produce Mark
If you’d like to find out more about Llys Meddyg, arrange an interview or press visit, please give Lou Sykes a call on 01239 820008, or email us firstname.lastname@example.org
- Wales Online | Foraging: where, what and how to let nature feed you | August 2014
- Lisa Sykes in Country Living | Pembrokeshire Coast National Park | August 2014
- Tony Naylor in Olive Magazine | Food Heaven… and Food Hell | July 2014
- Countryfile Magazine | Top 10 foraging courses | January 2013
- All About You | Explore the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park | July 2012
- Lonely Planet | Lonely Planet Review
- Lonely Planet | Lonely Planet Review — Restaurants/British
- The Telegraph Travel | Hand-picked Hotels
- Lisa Markwell in The Independent | Wales’ rare bits | December 2009
- Desmond Balmer in The Guardian | 20 British hotel discoveries | October 2009
- Louise Tickle in BBC Countryfile Magazine | Discover the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path | June 2009
- Nicola Iseard in The Observer | 10 great car free holidays | April 2009
- The Telegraph Travel | Hotels in Wales: Four of the Best