Self Catering Accommodation
Tresaith & Aberporth
The Ship Inn, Tresaith 01239 811 816 (http://www.shiptresaith.com)
A friendly and welcoming pub set in a prime location overlooking the beach. A varied menu ranging from burgers and pizzas to fresh local seafood dishes. Excellent beer garden with stunning views. It does get very busy in the Summer so almost certainly need to book in advance, however they will server food outside if you manage to find a spare table.
Gogerddan Arms - 01239 810784 (http://www.gogerddan.co.uk) A friendly family orientated pub situated on the main road at Tanygroes. Serving a wide range of restaurant / bar meals, pizzas and great local steaks from Golwg Y Mor farm, just across the road. They occasionally hold theme nights, details of which should be found on their website. Has an outdoor patio, children's play area, pool table and plenty of parking.
The Ship Inn, Aberporth - 01239 810822Overlooking the beach, a small well maintained local pub serving selection of traditional bar meals. There are a few picnic tables outside and in sunny weather there is also a large upper deck with outdoor seating offering stunning views. Parking available in public car park opposite.
Jamiesons Steakhouse & Grill - Blaenporth 01239 811 807- (http://www.jamiesons-steakhouse.com/)
As the name suggests, a restaurant specialising in steaks located on the outskirts of Aberporth.
Maharani Indian Restaurant, The Morlan Hotel, Aberporth 01239 811391
An Indian restaurant which is next door to the Morlan Hotel bar. Take away also available but no delivery, parking available in public car park just behind.
Caffi Sgadan- Aberporth- 01239 811003
Overlooking the beach in Aberporth, The Sgladan is a great little fish and chip shop/cafe which also serves good value breakfasts. Take away, or eat-in, also a couple of tables on the pavement outside. Mostly Welsh speaking staff and excellent views. Parking available in public car park opposite.
Golden Dragon Chinese A popular Chinese take away and chip shop -no delivery. Parking outside.
Llangrannog has a few eating options including The Ship Inn(http://www.theshipllangrannog.co.uk) - A gastro pub next to the beach car park. There is also the Pentre Arms (http://www.pentrearms.co.uk), a traditional bar area with lovely sea view and adjoining restaurant.
Cardigan has a selection of eating establishments including pubs, café's, Indian and Chinese restaurants, also reasonably new is 25 - a restaurant who aim to source their produce from a 25 miles radius, as such the menu is very seasonal and changes daily. http://www.the25mile.com
In July and August al-fresco dining comes to Cardigan in the shape of the Pizza Tipi (http://www.pizzatipi.co.uk), enjoy rustic pizzas from the wood fired ovens along with some local brew under the giant tipi and gardens alongside the river at Cambrian Quay Cardigan (Next to The Grovesnor). No reservations possible, just grab the nearest hay bale if you can't find a table. Open Thu-Sat in July & August only with live music most Saturday's.