There are plenty of places to eat and drink around the property. Enjoy a taste of the local culture at a number of cafes, loads of pubs and a few restaurants. Here is a selection:





Located in renovated warehouses in Cardigan’s former port, this offers craft beer, artisan pizzas and live music against the backdrop of the River Teifi.


El Salsa

Award winning and relaxed Mexican restaurant in the centre of Cardigan.


Bara Menyn Bakehouse & Café

Great bread, snacks and coffee near to Cardigan Castle.



The Cardigan Castle café and restaurant.



A popular café and restaurant in Cardigan with fabulous breakfasts, lunches and doughnuts.


Within 15 minutes:


The Ferry Inn

A classic village pub in St Dogmaels, and with a decking leading onto the Teifi estuary, the Ferry offers some very good bar food.


The Nag’s Head

On the way to Cenarth Falls, and in the Cych Valley, this pub has a rich history and a good selection of food and beer.


Within 25 minutes:


Pentre Arms

In Llangrannog, you can enjoy great food and drink next to the beach with locals and tourists alike.


The Golden Lion

In Newport, this is a very popular pub and restaurant with excellent food at very good prices.


Within 45 minutes:


The Harbourmaster Hotel

This picture-perfect hotel in the popular Georgian town of Aberaeron serves excellent food for lunch or dinner.


The Grove

Set just outside the popular Pembrokeshire town of Narberth is The Grove, a luxury Georgian hotel with fine dining suited for a special occasion.



Fine dining and a great wine selection is on offer at Blas, the high-end restaurant at this award-winning luxury hotel just outside St David’s.

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