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The Seahorse

Llandudno, Gwynedd
01492 875 315
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About The Seahorse

No 7 Church Walks is a Grade II Listed Building. The Seahorse is a 50 seater restaurant with two contrasting dining rooms.

Downstairs is an intimate bistro-style dining area which offers a more informal atmosphere.

Original oak pews and priests' chairs make surprisingly comfortable seating. The original Victorian stone walls have been restored to their former glory and give warmth and character to this cosy space.

The upstairs dining area seats 30 people. The feel here is definitely “Victorian” with comfortable red leather chairs, red and cream tablecloths and many of the 19 th Century features still evident.

Two hand-painted murals adorn the walls. At the bottom end of the restaurant you will find yourself sitting in a Mediterranean garden overlooking the vineyards tailing off into the distance.

At the top end you overlook St. Stephanos in Corfu from the balcony of a hill top villa. The latter mural has just been completed by local artists, Tony and Caroline Costa.

  • Car Parking
  • Functions
  • Licenced
Monday 16:30 - 23:00 Tuesday 16:30 - 23:00 Wednesday 16:30 - 23:00 Thursday 16:30 - 23:00 Friday 16:30 - 23:00 Saturday 16:30 - 23:00 Sunday 16:30 - 22:00

Reviews

Osh ; Abergele

Just had a wonderful meal here, amazing value for money, staff super efficient and caring attitude. Could not fault it in any way. Highly recommend it.

Kathy Accola

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Loved this place. Really lovely. Probably my favorite dining experience in the UK whilst on vacation. We had fresh sole, chicken prepared magnificently, an appetizer of fabulous spicy fish cakes, and risotto for me (the vegetarian in the group). All lovely. And the best ... the cheesecake for dessert!!!

J. Harrison from Rugby

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Took advantage of the new drive and dine evening that the seahorse offer. Picked us up prompt from our hotel door in a Mercedes Viano and we choose the Trip to the top of the Great Orme, where champagne is served and we saw a brilliant sunset. Then we drove round the Orme and were delivered in style like VIP's to the door of the restaurant for a fantastic meal. The staff are very friendly. Had the Mussels (from the Conwy Estuary) fantastic. Followed by Linquine a house special and very filling. Had no room for desert but they looked fantastic.

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