Croeso i Gricieth
Dylan’s Criccieth is found on the coast of Pen Llŷn | the Llŷn Peninsula, Gwynedd, a stone’s throw from the beach, within the iconic Art Deco styled Morannedd building.
We count ourselves incredibly fortunate to be custodians of the building, welcoming our customers to this wonderful site every day.
Where it all started
The first Dylan’s that set us on our voyage along the North Wales Coast, in Menai Bridge, Porthethwy, on Anglesey, Ynys Mon.
Modern styling with a boatyard theme but utilising the tremendous natural beauty of the local coastline, views out across the waters of the Menai Strait from practically every table, the Telford bridge as a backdrop. The site cried out for seafood, freshly baked breads and an emphasis on the amazing local produce from the surrounding seas and hills.
Full of History
Designed by architectural icon Clough Williams Ellis in the 1930s we hope you’ll agree that we have brought this beautiful glass fronted building back to life as one of our thriving restaurants.
It is a treat for us to work in such a place, looking out across the bay towards Harlech Castle and the Rhinogs or back along our own beach to Criccieth Castle.
It is a magical place at any time of year, whatever the weather & we know that when you visit us, you will share the same feelings!
At each of our restaurants we pride ourselves on our friendly, personal & professional service. We are honoured to be custodians of Grade 2 listed buildings, venues which are full of character and history.
We serve from our Michelin recommended, award winning menus daily, and feature locally sourced produce from the seas and hills throughout the local area.