We are proud of our food, which we (and most Dragon Trails guests) consider to be an important part of the holiday. We provide full Welsh breakfasts, packed lunches, home-baked teas and home-cooked three-course dinners. We use local produce wherever possible. At Parc y gors there is a set menu for supper with a vegetarian option always available. Wine is included with the meal. Don’t worry – you can walk it all off in the morning!
Breakfast: Choice of - tea, coffee, porridge, muesli, yoghurt, fruit juices, fresh and dried fruit, scrambled eggs, bacon, tomatoes, lava bread, brown and white toast, honey, home-made marmalade.
Packed lunch: Couscous with salad, dried fruit and Welsh cheese, cereal/chocolate bar, apple/orange/pineapple juice, choice of fresh fruit
Tea: Chocolate and orange cake, choice of teas
Supper: Starter: goat’s cheese and caramelised onion tart
Main: Roast shoulder of Welsh lamb with roast potatoes, parsnips, broccoli and leeks
Vegetarian option: Spinach and ricotta cheese wrapped in filo pastry
Dessert: Home-made lemon meringue pie with cream
Richard Mitchley is a Welsh speaker with a knowledge and love of Welsh culture that ranges from rugby to strict-metre poetry. His family have lived at Parc-y-gors since the 1950's.
Richard is a qualified Mountain Leader and a life-long amateur naturalist and historian. He is also an inveterate croquet addict. He has walked all over Wales and trekked in Nepal, India, New Zealand and Europe. In his spare time he earns his living as an actor and presenter.
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