Ceredigion is a food lover's paradise
and has recently been named the top UK destination for good quality
food. Ceredigion produces a wealth of both organic and natural
products, from organically grown fruit and vegetables, home baked
cakes, breads and biscuits to a fantastic range of cheeses, ice
cream and yoghurts. Local menus regularly feature delicious Welsh
lamb and beef, freshly caught fish such as trout, Cardigan Bay
lobsters and sea trout (sewin) - a world-renowned speciality of
the River Teifi.
Farm Shop, Sarnau
A haven for "foodies" stocked with a fabulous selection
of local meats, cheeses, fresh fruit and vegetables. Home-cooked
ready meals, well-stocked picnic hampers (with plenty left for
nibbling at the end of your day out)!
Trout Farm and Smokery, Rhydlewis (Tel: 01239 851224)
Smoked trout, smoked salmon, smoked bacon, ham and cheese etc.
Within walking/cycling distance from the cottage!
The Ship Inn, LLangrannog
A warm welcome awaits you at the Ship Inn. Recently refurbished
to a high standard by its new owners Kevin & Dee, who incidentally
owned the ship in the late eighties until they decided to retire
in 2004, it has a large car park fronting the beach with access
to the fantastic coastal footpath.
As before, home cooked food is served and there is a great selection
of drinks available, including award winning local cask ale from
the mantle brewery in cardigan, spirits from the Da Mhile distillery,
just a few miles down the road, including organic botanical gin
and organic seaweed gin.
With its cosy bar, large open fire and additional seating upstairs,
with views out to sea, there will always be a warm welcome for
families, including your canine friend. Outside there is a large
patio area, with ample seating, so whether you want to sit by
the fire with a newspaper and coffee, meet friends for a drink,
or enjoy a leisurely meal, the Ship Inn has the right ambiance
for any occasion.
Pentre Arms, Llangrannog
A great locals pub and good restaurant too, really friendly, practically
on the beach.
The Pentre Arms Hotel in Llangrannog, West Wales, offers a variety
of different rooms in this stunning picturesque location. The
Pentre is also a locals’ favourite with a variety of homemade
food and a fully stocked bar.
With The Pentre also gaining recognition from the ‘Real Ale guide’
you can be sure of fine quality Ale to go with the panoramic view.
Being right on the ‘Ceredigion Coastal Path’ the Pentre Arms is
an ideal place to stop for a light lunch or the night before continuing
on your way.
Patio Cafe, Llangrannog (Tel: 01239 654642)
Excellent food and delicious home-made ice cream.
Beach Hut, Llangrannog
(Tel: 01239 654642 )
Popular with both locals and visitors alike, providing a great
range of quality food.
Good restaurant, child friendly, advisable to book, overlooks the
Hungry Trout, New Quay
Situated just yards from New Quay's picturesque sea front, The Hungry
Trout is a regionally renowned seafood restaurant.
excellent local Italian restaurant
Specialises in rustic Italian cuisine, combining authentic Italian
cooking with fresh Welsh produce.
Cenarth Cheese, Lancych
Enjoy home cooked food at the organic 'Cafe Cwtch.'