Where to eat
The Nags Head Inn – in Abercych, just 2.5 miles from the Clydey site. Traditional Inn serving cask and guest ales, with good family friendly “pub grub”.
Coast – just a few miles from the seaside town of Saundersfoot. Their ethos is to source everything (where possible) locally from Pembrokeshire. Will Holland and his team prepare dishes with skill, experience, creativity and a good dollop of style. Serves breakfast, lunch and dinner – www.coastsaundersfoot.co.uk – 01834 810800 SA69 9AJ
The Ship Inn – in Tresaith. Superb location overlooking Tresaith Beach.
The Harbourmaster – in Aberaeron. Superb restaurant and bistro in lovely fishing habour village.
Y Polyn – near Carmarthen. Excellent restaurant using local Welsh produce where possible with great atmosphere.
Cnapan – in Newport, Pembs. Excellent quality meals in a relaxed, quaint atmosphere.
Llys Meddyg – in Newport, Pembs. Excellent food, ideal for a special occasion
01239 820 008
The Grove – nr Narberth, Pembs. A luxury, boutique hotel with an award winning restaurant – highly recommended. Run by Neil and Zoe Kedward.
01834 860 915
The Ferry Inn – in St.Dogmael’s (on the way to Poppit Sands). Wonderful location with views out over the river estuary.
Cwtch Restaurant – in St.David’s. Award winning restaurant.
Emlyn Arms Hotel – in Newcastle Emlyn. Award winning hotel restaurant, just 15 mins from Clydey with a good cocktail bar too.
The Canteen – in Newport, Pembs. Good family friendly restaurant with excellent homemade burgers, salads and pizzas in a great location just off the main high street.