A NEW restaurant and bar in Llangollen will hold its official opening this week.

The Three Eagles, situated on Bridge Street, first opened its doors to customers at the end of December and will welcome a number of invited guests – including Ken Skates, the Welsh Government's minister for economy and transport, as well as Llangollen business owners and investors for its official opening on Friday, March 29.

Attendees will be given a tour of the ancient building which has been subject to a major renovation and will experience the culinary talent of acclaimed executive chef Adam Gaunt-Evans.

Denbighshire Free Press:

Matt Jones, managing director of One Hundred Knights - the hospitality group behind the Three Eagles and the exclusive wedding venue Tyn Dwr Hall - will also be on hand to talk about the success of the business which will be followed by a major announcement set to have a significant impact both regionally and nationally.

Mr Jones said: “Up to now, the whole team involved with the Three Eagles have been working tirelessly to ensure that the business has been able to get up to the standard we have wanted to set from the outset”.

“We’ve seen a great response to the business locally and we are seeing evidence that guests are being attracted from across North Wales and from over the border region to come and dine here.

“Holding the official opening event will be a really great way to properly mark the already very promising beginning to the Three Eagles story. To share this moment with some of the most respected people in the area and other local businessmen and women will be a real honour.”

Mr Jones is now looking to reveal One Hundred Knights’ future plans and anticipates a high level of interest to come from the next development.

“Myself and the team are unbelievably excited about the next step we’re about to take," he said. "We really can’t wait to share the news about it with our guests. I think the plans that we have in store are very impressive.”