Pembrokeshire is known for its healthy cuisine. The tradition of growing your own never died out around here. In recent decades people have moved to Pembrokeshire, in particular Newport, in order to pursue the dream of back to nature and grow your own. In these regions the quality of the home-grown food scene is an important aspect of the local economy. We have, family bakeries producing their own break, buns and welsh cakes, our own cheeses, local ales, honey, jams and chutneys, local farms producing organic meat, small holders and their organic vegetables as well as foragers selling fresh foraged wild food and local fish. You will not go hungry, particularly here in Newport!
Newport is the mecca for popular eateries. People come to Newport to meet up with friends and family and celebrate over food. Staying at Steeple View you are one minute walk from all these popular, friendly cafes and restaurants.
- Vic North, Market Street – creative wholistic cuisine, delicious home made cakes organic coffee. With dog friendly terrace. Advisable to book for evening meals. Also do Takeaways.
- Blas @ boasting , Market Street – Trendy popular café with innovative menu and restaurant with garden and dog friendly terrace.
- The Canteen, Market Street – Popular venue for coffee, lunch and evening meals, stone baked pizzas and Italian inspired menu. Dog friendly with terrace.
Three minutes walk to:
- The Golden Lion, East Street – Its reputation spreads far and wide a very popular family run pub, restaurant and hotel. Imaginative wide choice of menu. Restaurant – wise to book, meals also available in the bar or in the outside terrace.
- The Royal Oak, West Street Popular traditional pub with delicious food, renowned for its Indian dishes cooked by Sri Lankan cook and generous portions.
- The Castle Inn, West Street, Local pub with good food and interesting menu.
- Llys Meddyg, East Street – Family run Hotel and Restaurant. Attractive surroundings and agreeable garden conservatory, varied menu, no need to book.
5 minute walk:
- The Morawelon, on the Parrog – This popular restaurant café is popular destination when strolling along the Parrog. Try and get a window seat taking in the seaviews. Large selection of patisserie style gateaux, hearty lunches and booking advised.
A Short Drive Away – 5 minutes drive
- Pat’s Place – in Dinas on the main road on the left. Excellent Fish and Chips. Essential to phone and collect – otherwise you queue for ages.
- Dinas Country Club and Caravan Club of the main road on the right. Known for Sunday Roasts advisable to book.
10 minutes drive
- The Old Sailors Pwllgwaelod , Dinas – Fish restaurant reputed for excellent lobster, crab and variety of fish dishes. Adviseable to book for dinner in season. Popular lunch destination for those walking dinas head.
15 minutes drive
- Penlan Uchaf Gardens, The Gwaun Valley SA65 9UA – A most beautiful place for tea or coffee on a hill top with stunning views of the valley and hills. This family run farm Carn Edward has an international reputation for home reared long horn beef and lamb, which you can buy at the local markets or order on line.