For us, going on holiday means…FOOD!
So, we aim to make cooking and eating here a pleasure. Cook indoors in the pig shed or outside over your camp fire. We supply EVERYTHING you might need, from cutlery to coffee percolator, tea towels to salad bowls. Just bring food.
The kitchen in the pig shed has 2, four ring gas hobs, a large fridge & food storage boxes for all your supplies. There are also some basic ingredients to get you started. For a comprehensive list of kitchen equipment check here. A huge table takes centre stage, seating everyone on site; Perfect for getting to know your fellow campers over breakfast. Or the kids can do art work at one end, whilst you cook up a feast for their dinner at the other end, and somebody plays cards over a glass of wine in the middle.
When it comes to shopping for food we encourage you to support our local community by shopping locally. We shop here:
Blaencamel Farm organic vegetables- Enjoy fresh vegetables, grown within 3 miles from our site.
Treberfedd Farm organic beef, lamb and eggs from friends of ours up the road, pop in to their farm shop for something delicious for the barbecue.
Watson & Pratts– Based in Lampeter, 10 miles from us, this is an independent food shop & bakery. Offering a genuine alternative to the supermarket shop, selling mainly organic produce. The BEST local bakery to us, so worth the trip for the bread alone.
As for supermarkets, there is a small Sainsbury’s and a Cooperative in Lampeter (10 miles), a Tesco in Cardigan (14 miles) and a larger Morrison’s, Tesco and M&S in Aberystwyth (14 miles).
Light up the campfire and put on the kettle for tea, or make dinner- we provide everything you need for cooking over the fire.
Each den has a tripod over the campfire, from which you can choose to hang a barbecue or big stew pot. We provide some outdoor cookbooks to get you inspired and some basic essential ingredients to get you started- what we provide.
These places are where we eat, we have high standards so they should be good- we regularly try and taste them all.
The Harbourmaster– Aberaeron, 5 minutes drive away or walk down footpaths from site (1.5 hours) . An upmarket gastropub. Booking essential at weekends.
New Celtic Fish & Chips –Aberaeron, Sit on the harbour wall eating your chips and watch the world go by. If you have walked down from site then these are well earned guilt free treat!
Conti’s Cafe – Llanerchaeron National Trust Cafe, a 2 minute drive away or walk down from site (40 mins). Simple lunches, cream teas and lovely organic ice cream.
Medina – Aberystwyth, Large cafe/restaurant serving middle eastern influenced food (think Ottolenghi) and amazing cakes- Yum! Very family friendly. We love this place!
Ultracomida – Aberystwyth, An independent Spanish delicatessen with a small restaurant at the back- well worth the trip if they can fit you in. Or pop in for a take away lunch and eat it on the seafront- tortilla and salad is great! Booking essential in the evening.
Y Talbot -Tregaron, an old drovers inn serving very good food. Eat in the bar for a more relaxed, authentic atmosphere. Dog friendly. Booking essential at weekends.
Lime Crab– New Quay, the best fish and chips in the county! Expect squid, mackerel goujons, grilled halloumi, fish bites, and all of the traditional fare.
Caffi Patio – Llangrannog beach, the BEST ice cream in Ceredigion!
Bara Menyn Bakehouse & Cafe – Cardigan, Simple, regularly changing menu of really good food. They make everything from scratch and genuinely use local ingredients as much as they can. The bread is really good and its worth popping in just for a loaf.
Pizzatipi – Cardigan, where the cool cats hang out to eat pizza, drink good beer and sit by the campfire. Dog and children friendly, this is a great place to go for lunch after the beach or finish off the day here listening to some music. Open seasonally so check its open before you go.