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Where to eat in Snowdonia: warm pubs in high places
Published 07 June 2022

Credit: Palé Hall

The serrated summits of Snowdonia – known in Welsh as Eryri – are beloved of hikers, climbers and outdoors folk of all stripes. Fortunately there are plenty of places to refuel after long, rainy days in the hills. Oliver Smith guides you through the enchanting National Park.

Set amidst blue lakes and immense slate quarries, the village of Llanberis is a trailhead for conquests of Snowdon – a local favourite here is The Peak, with a simple but eclectic menu on which Thai fishcakes always star. More traditional is Penceunant Isaf: a tea room in a farmhouse ...

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