Pizzatipi make Stonebake handmade pizzas, breads, delicious appetisers & sweets. There is a licensed bar that sells locally produced Welsh craft beers, ciders & wine in an open courtyard alongside the River Teifi Estuary. Large bell tents and fire pits make this rustic hideaway a fantastic venue with a difference. Run by 4 brothers and their band of merry friends.
During the summer evenings long waiting times can be experienced. Please arrive as early as possible for quicker service or take a drink and enjoy the views.
Cambrian Quay, Cardigan, West Wales, SA43 1EZ
T: 01239 612259)
Bara Menyn Bakehouse & Café an artisan bakehouse and cafe under one roof – in one of Cardigan’s historic Custom House buildings. We bake slow-fermentation, organic sourdough 6 days a week (Mon-Sat, 9:30 – 4pm), as well as serving up a range of locally sourced breakfasts and lunches, home-made cakes and speciality coffee (as well as our famous sourdough pittas and croissants, of course). We also have a licensed bar, outdoor patio/garden area, and welcome those with both dogs (who can sit outside or in our little annex, the ‘Cwtch’), and children (who can sit anywhere). We pride ourselves on our vegetarian and vegan offerings.
45 St Mary Street, Cardigan, SA43 1HA.
T: 01239 615310
Crwst opened in 2018 as a newly refurbished delicatessen and café set in the heart of Cardigan town. They also sell locally sourced produce such as pickles, cheeses, jams etc. Priory St, Cardigan, SA43 1BU.
T: 01239 611278
Stwdio 3 is a creative community space offering a range of craft activities, meeting and exhibition space with a café and coffee shop. A place where people can meet, eat, make and create.
3 High Street Cardigan SA43 1HJ
T: 01239 758088
Flatrock Bistro and Bar at The Gwbert Hotel The Gwbert Hotel stands on the banks of the River Teifi at the estuary at Gwbert-on-Sea. Our tastefully decorated restaurant – The Flat Rock Bistro – with its panoramic views of the Pembrokeshire National Park, offers an extensive menu with dishes to all tastes and requirements.
Gwbert, Cardigan, Ceredigion, SA43 1PP.
T: 01239 612638
Carreg and Cliff Hotel Bar is a newly refurbished bar and restaurant, where you can drink and dine with breath-taking views and superb food on the Ceredigion Coast. Our experienced team have developed menus using the best fresh produce to ensure that your dining experience is second to none. Our A la Carte menus are changed each periodically to reflect the changing seasons and include speciality dishes as well as classic favourites and kids meals, ensuring that we always have something for everyone!
The Cliff Hotel & Spa, Gwbert, Cardigan SA43 1PP.
T: 01239 613241
1176 at Cardigan Castle, a one-of-a-kind dining experience waiting for you at Cardigan Castle. Named after the year that Lord Rhys hosted Wales’ first Eisteddfod, amongst these very walls, the 70-seat restaurant is surrounded by beautiful grounds and 900 years of history. With a contemporary slate and floor-to-ceiling glass design and panoramic views over the River Teifi, our restaurant is certainly fit for a Prince. During the warmer months, you can also eat alfresco on our sun terrace, capturing prime views looking out over the river. Now open on Friday and Saturday evenings offering an inventive menu featuring fresh local produce.
Green Street | Cardigan Castle, Cardigan SA43 1JA.
T: 01239 623678
Food for Thought A great little café restaurant that serves breakfast, lunch, dinner, coffee and drinks. Traditional Welsh dishes and homemade food is a speciality. British, Contemporary, Healthy, Welsh, Vegetarian Friendly, Vegan Options, Gluten Free Options.
13 Pendre, Cardigan, SA43 1JL.
T: 01239 621863
Caemorgan Mansion Restaurant is set in a quiet location on the outskirts of historic Cardigan town, David and Beverley host this recently refurbished Luxury 5 Star Gold Guesthouse. The Caemorgan restaurant was awarded its first AA rosette for culinary excellence in 2016 and is open to both residents and non-residents 7 days a week.
Caemorgan Mansion, Caemorgan Road, Cardigan SA43 1QU.
T: 01239 613297
The Ferry Inn The Ferry Riverside Pub & Restaurant has been run as a family business since 2011, run by Andy & Liz Baker. Following extensive refurbishment, the Ferry is now a relaxed destination venue in this beautiful location, alongside the River Teifi Estuary in St. Dogmaels.
Poppit Road, St. Dogmaels, SA43 3LF.
T: 01239 615172