A BAR and bistro restaurant at a luxury lodge park in Conwy which opened earlier this year is set to expand by welcoming the general public.

The Swallow’s Nest, at Conwy Lodge Park, has been exclusively for park owners so far, but will open up to the public from Friday, November 24.

Based on Llanrwst Road, the park is situated among 100 acres of woodland in the Conwy Valley, overlooking the River Conwy.


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At The Swallow’s Nest, the menu includes stone-baked pizzas, Welsh steak and vegetable pie, home-made Welsh beef lasagne, braised Welsh lamb shank, and more.

Its ingredients are sourced from across North Wales, while the bar offers a range of drinks from fresh barista coffee to cocktails and ales.

There are also a range of indoor and outdoor play facilities for younger customers to enjoy.

Joe Melson, who works in sales at Conwy Lodge Park, said: “It’s been exclusively for the park owners so far, but we just feel like it’s something we should open up further.

“We’ve got some really stunning scenic views here; it’s just a nice setting.

“The Swallow’s Nest is still going to be closed when the park itself is shut, in January and February, but will re-open to all again in March. It’s going to be a bookings-only restaurant.”

For more information on The Swallow’s Nest or on Conwy Lodge Park itself, visit: www.conwylodgepark.co.uk.

“We’re busy there with the park owners all the time. We do Sunday dinners, cooked breakfasts, all country-style sort of things.

“I feel like the park’s a bit of a hidden gem, that not many people know is here.

“It’s a nice little addition to the area; there are lots of restaurants in Conwy, but it’s the kind of place that you need to see for yourself.”