Cambrian Coast Bar & Grill

Type:Restaurant

Cambrian Coast Caravan Park, Cliff Road, Borth, Ceredigion, SY245JU

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Cambrian Coast Bar & Grill

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Cambrian Coast Bar & Grill is situated at Cardigan Bay in Borth, Aberystwyth. A traditional Bar with beautifully appointed bar and function room which has been extensively renovated to provide our customers with a superior atmosphere and exceptional facilities.

Every effort has been made to ensure our guests have a great experience. Somewhere you can go for lunch, dinner or just a drink and a cake.

We are pleased to welcome our headchef, Mike who originates from Stockton Upon Tees. Mike has spent over 15 years establishing a fantastic reputation for great food, and is excited to share his experiences on a plate for your pleasure. We know great food brings people together and that’s at the heart of Cambrian Coast Bar & Grill.

The menu boasts fresh and locally sourced produce. Mike and his team will be specialising in grill items, low and slow cooked ribs, with burgers, steaks and hearty traditional classics that are sure to be popular with both kids and adults alike.

The Bar serves a selection of beers, local ales, spirits and wines. We host a sizable Gin menu and have a number of Cocktails available for you to try. We All carefully chosen by Glenn, our experienced Bar Manager. Sky Sports is available to show major sporting events in our comfortable sports area and don’t forget our Bar is dog friendly.

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Cambrian Coast Cottages, BorthRebuilt traditional farm close to sands, adjoining nature reserve and golf course. Luxuriously appointed, centrally heated, double glazed. Exceptional bathrooms. Washing machines, TV. Wi-Fi. Drying machines.

Cambrian Coast Holiday Park, BorthCambrian Coast Caravan Park lies between Aberdovey and Aberystwyth in some of the finest scenery to be found in Mid Wales

What's Nearby

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  2. The Animalarium at Borth is open all year round.
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  3. Borth's sandy beach is the longest in Ceredigion. With three miles of gently shelving…

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  2. RSPB Ynys-Hir nature reserve is a wildlife haven in the heart of Mid Wales . Explore oak…

    5.15 miles away
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  5. Historic narrow-gauge steam railway set in beautiful, unspoilt southern Snowdonia.…

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  6. The west facing beach at Tywyn in southern Snowdonia is a long stretch of sand and…

    5.49 miles away
  7. Clarach South Beach

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    5.52 miles away
  8. Just three miles from Aberystwyth, Gogerddan is an easy-to-find woodland with a small…

    5.56 miles away
  9. At the northern end of Aberystwyth promenade, Constitution Hill rises dramatically from…

    6.19 miles away
  10. The Aberystwyth Electric Cliff Railway is the longest in Britain and the only one in…

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  11. Constitution Hill rises dramatically 430 feet from the north end of Aberystwyth promenade…

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