From our hearty Welsh breakfast to our home cooked evening meals, we take great care to source local food and produce wherever possible. Many of the vegetables and fruits we use in the kitchen are from our own kitchen garden and neighbouring farms, giving you the peace of mind that your food usually hasn’t travelled far. We have a number of beehives (which Louise and Olive look after), trout ponds which we keep stocked from our friend Reggie’s trout farm in Pontlliw (who incidentally makes the best smoked trout you will taste!) You will likely meet the free range hens around the gardens who produce many of the eggs for breakfast and baking.
Take a look at the wonderful home grown produce we use in your meals.
Now open 5 days a week, the restaurant features our new evening menu which is available from 6pm-8pm. If you're not staying at Parc-Le-Breos, please call us in advance on 01792 371636 to make a reservation. Please note that we are closed to the public on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
You can view a sample menu here. Many of our dishes are local or old family recipes and we thoroughly recommend trying the local delicacies such as cockles, lava bread and bara brith during your stay. We also have a good wine list which includes some Welsh wines when they are available and we stock a range of locally brewed beers such as the fabulous Gower Gold from the Gower Brewery.
A menu of daily specials is available for residents on Thursdays, with a single 6.30pm service time.
Weekend Lunches at Parc-Le-Breos (12 noon – 2.30pm)
On Saturdays & Sundays we are now open to all for lunchtime bookings from 12 noon until 2pm. We have a new menu on Saturdays featuring a great range of meals featuring fresh local produce.
On Sundays, why not treat yourself to our fabulous roast dinner, that you can take your time eating whilst enjoying the tranquil surroundings at Parc-Le-Breos. View the Sunday menu here.
For both Saturday and Sunday lunches, please book in advance by calling us on 01792 371636.
Fishing, Foraging & Cooking Weekends
If you are interested in food and fine dining, then we recommend that you take a look at the fishing, foraging and cooking courses that our friend Matt Powell runs from the house. His courses give you the unique opportunity to spend a very enjoyable day collecting and learning about the foods available beneath your feet, with the added bonus that with his background as a fine dining chef (trained under Raymond Blanc), Matt can show you how to turn the produce you have collected into one of the best meals you have ever tasted. Please follow the link for a typical itinerary and tariff.
Parc Le Breos House