As we are self catered accommodation it is important to realise the wealth of local Welsh food in Ceredigion and West Wales available almost on the doorstep. As far as eating out is concerned there is a vast selection to choose from, breakfasts, to afternoon tea, to a special celebratory meal.
Llwynhelyg Farm Shop just a short distance away, stocks a complete variety of Welsh produce, including readi-meals and wonderful cakes. They also supply hampers which might be a good way to start your welsh holiday experience.
The Newquay Honey Farm is a delight to visit with local honey and Mead available to purchase.
Caws Cenarth produce several varieties of award winning cheese for immediate use or provide hampers as great gifts for those left back home.
Discover all these and more at Taste Trail Wales.
The Harbourmaster Hotel (01545 570755) an iconic award winning restaurant for a special meal using local produce. Cant beat sitting outside on the harbour wall with your after dinner coffee. Magical indeed.
The Hive (01545 570445)has a relaxed atmosphere with specially prepared food. A choice of seating areas to suit everyone, from bar, to conservatory, to large outside terrace with lovely views over Aberaeron and its harbour. Live music most Friday evenings.
The Old Watchhouse (01545 560909) is situated at the entrance to New Quay pier with beautiful sea views. A good range of traditional family meals and a very nice breakfast is served. Seasonal.
The Hungry Trout (01545 560680) is also looking over the Newquay harbour and its speciality (the clue is in the name) is locally caught seafood, but also includes several meat and vegetarian options and a Sunday roast is available.
Jamieson’s Steakhouse (01239 811807) Freshly prepared meals to a high standard, in a lovely relaxed setting. This is one of our local restaurants and I have been allowed to experience this one myself and I keep going back.
Caffi Sgadan (01239 811003) is a traditional fish and chip shop. There is some indoor seating, but the joy of freshly cooked, salt and vinegared fish and chips is eating them outside, especially as you only have to walk across the road to sit on the benches overlooking the beaches of Aberporth and outwards towards Cardigan Bay.
The Ship Inn (01239 811816) offers amazing views over the beach and the sunsets from the conservatory and heated terrace are stunning. Food is sourced locally and freshly prepared.
The 25 mile (01239 623625) has a very special philosophy about the relationship between all areas of food and its preparation. Again, the name says it all, as, as much food as possible is sourced within a 25 mile radius – as the crow flies. Good preparation is vital and customer satisfaction paramount. Our own home bred lambs have been on the menu, which is a very satisfying way to farm.
Food for Thought (01239 621863) is our own local restaurant that we go back to time and time again. A reasonably priced menu but plenty of good food on the plate. Breakfast is always a winner, but new main meals are always being created which adds spice to life. Friendly staff and very comfortable surroundings.