Cafe Mor in Pembrokeshire
Recently named in Lonely Planet as one of the best food trucks in the world! Congratulations to Jonathan and his team! We and hundreds more love this solar powered converted fishing boat cafe in south Pembrokeshire!
The Pembrokeshire Beachfood Company also known as Cafe Mor states it is an ethical seafood supplier specialising in seaweed and laverbread recipes and products. It has quickly received huge praise for its tasty food, location of course and the quirky nature of its facilities within a refurbsihed old boat. Our visitors here at Old Oak Barn agree it’s a fabulous part of the coastline to explore if down in Pembrokeshire for the day. So if you are out and about in Pembrokeshire just google map SA715AH which is the relevant postcode.
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Freshwater West is well known to be one of the best surfing beaches in Pembrokeshire and is managed by the National Trust. It is almost 32 miles from Old Oak Barn, being south of Angle and beyond Pembroke but is well worth the drive for a great day out.
Cafe Mor has established itself very quickly as one of the best places to buy great quality local food in a wonderful setting. If you check out their website you can learn about the company’s past and see how originally the involvement in festivals, for example The Hay Festival, began to help them grow and establish a name for themselves. Recently all efforts have gone into the newly refurbished boat cafe in Pembrokeshire and last year for the first time Cafe Mor was open during the October half term which proved very successful. Two brilliant short videos can be seen on the website which demonstrate really well what the company is all about and how far it has come!
They can be reached on 07422535345
Visitors who stay at Old Oak Barn nearly always venture west to the beautiful county of Pembrokeshire with Tenby being a must! However, I always recommend a visit east as well and where better to end up than at The Plough Rhosmaen just a few minutes from the centre of Llandeilo. The Plough is perfect for afternoon tea or lunch or an evening meal after a day at Aberglasney,The National Botanic Gardens of Wales or Carreg Cennan Castle.
With views looking across the Towy Valley, Llandeilo is a thriving centre and where better to relax and unwind than somewhere overlooking this pretty part of Carmarthenshire – such as The Plough Rhosmaen.
A popular four star boutique hotel, The Plough is also an award winning restaurant set in the beautiful countryside just at the edge of the Brecon Beacons in the county of Carmarthenshire. It’s location is perfect and I am reliably told that when large events such as The Royal Welsh Agricultural Show in July and Brecon Jazz are on then the restaurant is bound to be busy with passing travellers calling in for food.
We ourselves have always found the service to be outstanding at The Plough Rhosmaen. In addition the quality and range of food is excellent. Vegetarians are especially well catered for. On a summer’s day we love to sit on the terrace and in winter the inside is perfectly cosy and warm.
The Plough Rhosmaen take conservation and their responsibilities towards the environment seriously and have recently been awarded a Green Dragon Level 2 Award. For example they say they monitor their carbon footprint closely, and like many first class pubs and restaurants in the county are especially keen to source from local suppliers wherever possible, keeping food miles low.
Phone 01558823431 to book a table or find out anymore information about this highly recommended restaurant. Afternoon teas are out of this world too …. but be warned … arrive hungry allowing plenty of time to relax and unwind!