Blas Restaurant at Twr y Felin Hotel, St Davids wins Best Breakfast at the Pembrokeshire Tourism Awards 2018

Blas Restaurant at Twr y Felin Hotel, St Davids has won Best Breakfast at the Pembrokeshire Tourism Awards 2018.

Organised by Pembrokeshire Tourism, the awards celebrate the wide range of businesses that underpin the Pembrokeshire tourism industry, which is now worth approximately £585 million.  

Meaning ‘Taste’ in Welsh, Blas offers a menu influenced by the season and locality and champions produce sourced from predominantly Pembrokeshire and Welsh suppliers, as well as foraged ingredients from the surrounding countryside and coast.

Our breakfast menu is creatively designed to reflect the sheer diversity and quality of local produce, to ensure that diners experience a true taste of Wales.

In 2017 Blas Restaurant won Best Use of Pembrokeshire Produce in a Hospitality Outlet at the annual County Show and the Radio Pembrokeshire Food, Drink and Hospitality Business Award.

Blas Restaurant itself is an ambient space, with mood lighting, original artworks and bespoke furniture, where guests can expect a Croeso Cynnes Cymreig – Warm Welsh Welcome, with personal service.

Paula Ellis, Group General Manager of Twr y Felin Hotel and sister properties Roch Castle and Penrhiw, all located in West Wales, said “We are delighted to have received this award which recognises our passion for quality food and reflects our Celtic culture and exceptional natural environment.”

Under Head Chef Simon Coe Blas is quickly establishing a reputation as North Pembrokeshire’s leading fine dining restaurant with a warm Welsh welcome, receiving its two Rosette Award for Culinary Excellence within just 8 months of opening.

Simon Coe said: “At Blas our aim is always to reflect the sheer diversity and quality of our surrounding produce and to ensure that our diners experience a true taste of Wales.”

In addition to Blas Restaurant, Twr y Felin Hotel includes Cornel Bar, a cosy snug ideal for pre-dinner drinks; and Oriel Lounge, which is a light and spacious dedicated gallery, popular with guests for lunch or afternoon tea. Alfresco dining is available outside Oriel on the terrace.

Twr y Felin is open daily for breakfast, brunch, lunch, afternoon tea, dinner and drinks.

Breakfast is included for resident guests and is available to non-residents at £15 per guest.

A three-course dinner at Blas Restaurant is available between £35 and £45 per person. To book a table, telephone +44 (0)1437 725 555 or email stay@twryfelinhotel.com.
 
Blas Restaurant prides itself on accommodating guests with dietary requirements. We are able to offer dining for gluten free, coeliac, vegetarian, dairy free and vegan diets and tailor made menus are available to guests with allergies.

Twr y Felin Hotel is a former windmill that has been restored and extended into a luxury heritage property and is now home to 21 bedroom rooms. These include a suite located in the former windmill tower which spans three floors and offers 360 degree views over the St Davids peninsula.

Together with Roch Castle and Penrhiw Priory, Twr y Felin Hotel, completes a trio of luxury hotels and exclusive stay properties all located in the St Davids Peninsula.

www.twryfelinhotel.com | www.rochcastle.com | www.penrhiwhotel.com

Rates at Twr y Felin Hotel start from £200 per room per night on a bed and breakfast basis for two guests. Book online at www.twryfelinhotel.com/booking, telephone +44 (0)1437 725 555 or email stay@twryfelinhotel.com.