The Best Michelin Star Restaurants in Wales

The Best Michelin Star Restaurants in Wales

Famed for its rugged coastline and breathtaking mountainous National Parks, Wales also boasts some of the most beautiful beaches in the UK and beyond. Locals are proud to call this picturesque place their home, while visitors love to revel in its natural beauty – but in addition to its wealth of scenic spots and awe-inspiring outlooks, Wales also accommodates a thriving food scene, with a number of Michelin Star restaurants peppered across its picturesque land and coastal scapes.

The living space at Sunflower Cottage, Vale of Glamorgan

Michelin Star Restaurants Cardiff

The Welsh capital is proud to welcome a plethora of visitors from far and wide – but while many travellers come for the nightlife, this place also plays home to some spectacular restaurants, including Michelin Star eatery, Home.

Delivering a warm and friendly dining experience, James Sommerin’s restaurant is edged with intimacy and a predominantly family-run kitchen. Produce is sourced solely from local suppliers and the ever-changing menu adds an element of surprise for regular diners. 

Where to stay: Nestled just half an hour away from colourful Cardiff is Cowbridge. Speckled with local shops, cafes and relaxing nooks, this pretty town invites you to unfurl in style after a busy day soaking up the city sights and toothsome delights.

Ideal for solo travellers and couples, Sunflower Cottage is a dog friendly cottage in Wales with charm and character in abundance. Mounted by magnificent greenery, this pretty place seamlessly marries history with contemporary comforts. Fill your tummy before heading back to the snug of your bright and beautiful holiday home Cowbridge.

The views from Seaview, Isle of Anglesey

Michelin Star Restaurants Anglesey

Home to the famous Conwy Castle, Anglesey is steeped in rich history and awash with breathtaking landscape. Lesser known is the fact that this charming town is also home to a fantastic Michelin Star restaurant.

Celebrated for its high quality cooking, Sosban & The Old Butchers treats diners to an entirely exclusive experience – but not without homey appeal. Sheepskin-covered chairs and animal printed tiles give a nod to the history of the place, meanwhile a medley of bold flavours balanced with unique personal touches exhibit unmatched culinary prowess.

Where to stay: Less than half an hour away by car lies the awe-inspiring locale of Menai Bridge. Backed by the most wondrous panorama, this immeasurably beautiful town will make your trip to Wales all the more magical – and the understated elegance of Seaview presents the perfect place to stay.

A country bolthole accommodating wow-worthy vistas and an expanse of private land, this stunning property scores high in every regard.

Sea views from the dining room at Channel View,

Michelin Star Restaurants Gower

The most westerly part of historical Glamorgan, in 1956, Gower became the first area in the United Kingdom to be recognised as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty – and with a wealth of stunning scenery at its foot, it’s not difficult to see why. From soft sandy beaches to rugged cliffs and an ample stretch of stunning greenery – plus a highly regarded Michelin Star restaurant – this place leaves absolutely nothing to want for.

Sitting pretty on the beautiful Gower Peninsula you will find the Beach House. With its awe-inspiring seaside backdrop and a commendable menu of sophisticated, classical dishes, this magnificent restaurant is an exhibition of head chef Hywel Griffith’s culinary genius. Diners are reminded to soak up the scenery as they savour their melt-in-the-mouth bara brith soufflé. 

Where to stay: After a leisurely day spent enjoying the sights, sounds and culinary delights of Swansea, prepare to put up your feet in the comfort of your very own luxury cottage Oxwich. Just 32 minutes away by car, Channel View accommodates enough space for up to 8 guests and boasts a wealth of perfectly appointed rooms in which to relish the sensational surrounding views. Those travelling with furry friends will be pleased to hear that this place is a dog friendly cottage Wales, enabling you to cherish the moment in the company of your beloved canine companion.

The exterior of Lake House, B

Michelin Star Restaurants Powys

On the border of England and Wales is Powys – a luscious greenscape encompassed by deep valleys, craggy mountaintops, crashing waterfalls and yes, you guessed it – a Michelin Star restaurant, to boot.

Bound in Brecon within the walls of an ex-meeting room to the adjoining chapel lies Chapters, a sustainably-led Michelin Green Star restaurant. With interiors leveraged by vintage charm, this place also boasts an interchanging menu that is updated every six weeks. Flavours here are highly distinctive, while the hyper-seasonal food offering commands the freshest of produce.

Where to stay: Where better to retreat to after a delicious bite in Brecon than Brecon itself? Once again, the Lake House promises to keep you suitably luxuriated as you revel in the delights of picturesque rural Wales.

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