If you love searching for high quality artisan food and drink then Ceredigion is the perfect place for any ‘foodie’ holiday in Wales. At Treberfedd Farm you can buy organic produce straight from the farm, including beef and lamb and fresh free range eggs laid by our hens.
The nearby town of Lampeter has a great organic shop selling locally produced organic vegetables and many Welsh products. And down the road in Aberaeron there’s a deli where you can stock up on local Welsh cheeses and wine from Aberaeron’s very own Ffynon Las vineyard.
Aberaeron also hosts a weekly farmers market every Wednesday with a good selection of local producers selling their local food and drinks. Take a look at their Facebook page for further details.
The seafood from Cardigan Bay must not be forgotten either! The fishmonger by the harbour in Aberaeron sells Cardigan Bay crab, lobster and mackerel.
The best places to enjoy Welsh food and drink
There are many great places to eat within 20 minutes of Treberfedd Farm.
Our local pub, the Vale of Aeron in Ystrad Aeron (5 minute drive) will give you a friendly welcome and they serve good value and tasty meals.
In Aberaeron the Harbourmaster Hotel serves high quality meals using local produce.
The Hive restaurant on the quay is great for Cardigan Bay seafood and it also has a popular ice cream kiosk selling their famous honey ice cream.
In Lampeter you can enjoy a great coffee and some delicious cake or a light lunch at the Town Hall Cafe Deli.
Also in Lampeter the Mulberry Bush is an independent wholefood shop and café on Bridge Street in Lampeter serving delicious vegetarian meals and snacks.
For Sunday Lunches, we can recommend our local, the Vale of Aeron, but you might also like to head to the Royal Oak pub in Aberaeron which also serves a good Sunday lunch.