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So, Where’s Good to Eat?

September 2021

After all that energy you've expended exploring the wilds of West Wales, tummies are rumbling and it's time to replenish!

"What's good?", you ask? Well, plenty. We have some fantastic eateries nearby. This is by no means exhaustive, of course, just some of our favourites.

7 Great Places

  1. The Ferry Inn This award winning restaurant is very popular with us, and our guests. Most book a table at some point during their stay, some go more than once. It's our local, being only 10 minutes away; the food is wonderful and the view over the river is spectacular.

  2. The Teifi Waterside Slightly further along is the Teifi. An equally fabulous choice, this is a great place to go with children as there are plenty of picnic tables outside and a nice play area to keep the littles ones busy while you're waiting for your food. The view over the Estuary is to die for (see photo!).

  3. Pizzatipi Highly recommended by restaurant critic Giles Coren, this is a little gem of a place. Tucked away on the riverside, head through the tunnel of twinkle lights to find a sturdy outdoor construction with a firepit in the centre. Wrap up warm, it's all outdoors, and well worth it.

  4. El Salsa This Mexican Street Kitchen is just wonderful. Large portions of a finger lickin' good selection of burritos, quesadillas, loaded nachos... try it, you won't be disappointed. Top tip, don't over-order! Unless you want to wrap some up for breakfast, of course.

  5. The Copper Pot Situated in the heart of Cardigan town is this fantastic place, perfect for a pit stop if you're wandering round the shops. If the weather is fine, head through the corridors and out the back to the Secret Garden (yes, it's literally called that) and take a seat under the huge fig tree. The staff are wonderful and the food is even better.

  6. The Cliff Hotel Set on the cliff top (yes, we get it) at Gwbert is this lovely old fashioned Hotel. The afternoon tea here is a highlight, and guests have enjoyed sitting out on patio looking out over Cardigan Bay with a lovely selection of tea, sandwiches and cakes.

  7. Penrallt Garden Centre If you want somewhere close by, head to the cafe at Penrallt Garden Centre. They have thick shakes for the kids, small meals and cakes. You can also pick up a boxed afternoon tea to take away, and they do a fantastic Sunday lunch.

  8. Breakfast? If you don't fancy making bacon and eggs yourself, there are a few options nearby for breakfast. In Cardigan is Crwst, or Food for Thought, or there's Adele's Cafe in Cilgerran.


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