The weather looked promising today so we set out in search of Ceibwr Bay (sometimes its fun to close your eyes, stick a pin in a map and go and look for wherever it takes you!), up in the north close to Cardigan. After negotiating some pretty tricky roads we found the bay and agreed it was worth the trip – it’s gorgeous – but we’d been travelling for some time and were hungry. A couple of miles back, close to Moylgrove, we’d passed a garden centre which advertised a cafe so we decided to take a look. At worst we’d be able to get a cup of coffee and a sandwich, we figured. As it turned out there was table service and a menu ranging from soup and snacks through panini and baguettes to full meals. The cafe was obviously popular and although it was busy the service was prompt and efficient and the food was excellent. I thoroughly recommend the toasted cheese and ham (2 slices, with hand-carved ham in nice chunky pieces). This cafe would certainly be a star in my Reviews section if it was close enough to home to be a regular destination. Oh, by the way, it’s the Penrallt Garden Centre, SA43 3BX, in case you want to try it for yourself.