Sequoias Restaurant at the privately owned 4 star BEST WESTERN PLUS New House Country Hotel, offers you a wide selection of local Welsh produce and International flavours, delightfully combined for the most discerning guest.
Beautifully appointed rooms are available for private dining, allowing you to entertain in confidential or intimate surroundings.
Or, weather permitting, you could dine al fresco on the patio allowing you to enjoy our excellent cuisine with one of the finest views in Wales over Cardiff Bay & the Channel.
Father’s Day – Sunday 16th – £22.50 per person, under 12’s £11.25
Bring Dad along to savour a traditional 3 Course Sunday Lunch, including a FREE pint of draught beer for every Dad , it’s a great way to thank him! View our Menu (pdf)
Our lunchtime menu changes daily and offers you a choice of starters, main course and desserts.
£12.00 2 course or £16.00 for 3 course lunch, available 12-2pm Monday – Thursday.
£16.95 2 course & £19.95 3 course lunch Friday, Saturday & Sunday, 12-2pm.
Family Sunday Lunch
Always popular with families, our menu changes weekly with a choice of starters, traditional roasts and homemade desserts available at 2 Courses £16.95 or 3 Courses £19.95. Served between 12-2pm, we recommend you make a reservation.
Every day from 6 – 9pm, you have our delicious A la Carte menu to choose from. Or try our new Taster Menu View menu (pdf)
Lounge Menu & Afternoon Tea
For a more relaxed meal, afternoon tea or snack, choose from our Lounge Menu (pdf) – Afternoon Tea is a speciality of ours and booking is recommended
Call us now to make your reservations – 029 2052 0280 Option 1 or email us
Sequoia is the sole living tree in the Cypress family. Common names include Coast Redwood and California Redwood. It is an evergreen, living for up to 2,200 years, and this species includes the tallest trees on Earth, reaching up to 115.5 m (379.1 ft) in height and 9 m (30ft) diameter at breast height.
The Sequoia in our grounds measures some 27ft diameter and is believed to be one of the tallest specimens in Wales.