Visited the Talardy a few times before the 2012 flood and good to go back since re-opening after the flood. We've only been to the restaurant so can’t comment on the rooms. Restaurant is large L shaped with different décor at each end so you can sit in what suits your moods. Ceilings are high so is airy. It’s all decorated and laid out very nicely. Loads of choice on the menus: about 20-30 main courses plus another dozen on the specials. The girls like chocolate and commented there wasn’t much choice of chocolate on the sweets menu. My wife loved the chocolate bread and butter pudding which is no longer available. We were a party of 8 which turned up without notice one quiet Monday early evening and we were accommodated without problem. The Talardy operates an “at table” service so you don’t go to the bar, they do everything for you. The staff were using a new electronic ordering system with had a few hiccups: they had to come back for the main course because one item ordered had not been saved. The staff resorted to paper for the sweets. If the electronic system is programmed well it will be helpful because pre-flood they used to have deliveries on a Tuesday and were low on many lines by Monday evenings (which is when we tend to visit) and we used to find that sometimes after taking our order the staff had to come back to explain that what a few of us had ordered wasn’t in and once that even what we re-ordered wasn’t in for one of us. This wasn’t a problem this time for the 8 of us. Service was quick: food and drinks. The food was all cooked and laid out well. My sons always have burgers and both commented that the portions were smaller than pre-flood. Teenagers like large portions but I prefer taste and like to leave feeling satisfied and not bloated. The grand deserts are huge: be warned that the carrot cake is a lot larger than it looks on the photo on menu! Prices are reasonable: the 8 of us main courses and sweets and one drink £123.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Talardy is a beautifully restored Georgian hotel. We are situated adjacent to the newly ordained City of St Asaph. We have 11 stylish en suite bedrooms and a brand new 24 bedroom annexe. All our room rates are inclusive of a freshly cooked breakfast - the perfect way to end your stay. Downstairs in our family pub restaurant we serve our Chicken Rotisserie menu until 9pm every day. Outside we have a beautifully landscaped garden, family dining and children's play area. The Talardy is the perfect place for business, pleasure or any occasion. We can't wait for you to join us soon. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Talardy Hotel St. Asaph, North Wales