Where to eat
The Nags Head Inn - in Abercych, just 2.5 miles from the Clydey site. Traditional Inn serving cask and guest ales, run by Sam Jameson. Recently opened their own micro brewery.
25 Mile – on the High Street in Cardigan, just 10 miles from Clydey. Their ethos is to source everything (where possible) within a 25 mile radius. Bistro atmosphere with good, quality food. Serves breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner.
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 Black Lion - in Abergorlech, Carmarthenshire. Good family pub run by George and Louise Rashbrook with excellent homemade food in a great location for mountain biking at Brechfa.