‘ Organic, vegetarian, grown in our own polytunnel or locally sourced’

Dining at Pantglas as a group

Meals at Pantglas can be served at times of your choosing to suit the needs of your group’s activities and programme – Lynnie is always happy to discuss your requirements although unfortunately special diets cannot be catered for. To start your day at Pantglas we offer in the communal dining area a self-service breakfast of cereals, fruits, yoghurts, nuts, breads, juices, teas and coffees. Just in case lunch seems a little far off, home baked cakes and cookies are provided in the tea breaks! Indeed, teas and coffees are freely available on a help yourself basis. Lunches are prepared for you and typically will be a home-made soup, salads, rolls and cheese. Afternoon tea offers yet more home baking and will ensure that no hunger pangs overtake you before dinner. The evening meal is again served to you in the dining area and offers a choice of two main courses and a dessert.

Private dining for cottage visitors

When staying in the cottage on a short break or as part of a private treatment programme, breakfasts are self service. You will find your kitchen amply stocked with a variety of cereals, fruits, yoghurts, breads, juices, teas and coffees to be taken at a time of your choosing – perfect for an early start or a leisurely lie-in. For lunch we provide a variety of delicious produce available in your kitchen each day leaving you free to decide when and where to eat. A wholesome and tasty two course dinner is served in your cottage at a time of your choosing.

A typical dinner menu

Spicy cauliflower and chickpea pilaf with toasted almonds
served with green salad and breads.


Spinach and ricotta pasta with butter-fried sage and parmesan shavings
served with fresh green beans and salad.


Basil ice-cream served with home-baked lemon biscuits

‘Nourishment on every level’