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Situated just yards from New Quay’s picturesque sea front, The Hungry Trout is a regionally
renowned seafood restaurant; specialising in locally caught fish from around Cardigan Bay. With a
warm, inviting atmosphere and an outside terrace with commanding views, guests enjoy an
attentive yet relaxed fine-dining experience.
Fusing creativity, classical simplicity and natural contemporary ingredients, we
ensure all fish is dolphin-friendly and cooked fresh to order. Whether your preference be shellfish,
lobster, bass, tuna, Dover sole or a traditional meat dish, we endeavor to cater to all tastes,
including several vegetarian options – and if it's not on our extensive menu, we’ll order it in.
The restaurant sits up to 40 people and features a fully licensed bar offering an
extensive wine list with a large selection of brandys, liqueurs and ports.
We also pride ourselves on our extensive list of homemade desserts and welsh cheese selection.
The Hungry Trout also features a well-furnished B&B/Guest House. For affordable accommodation in New Quay, with easy access to West Wales and beyond, please click here for more information.
Private Entry to B & B, with only 2 rooms for rental ( one en-suite ) its very Private.
The Hungry Trout is a regionally renowned seafood restaurant; specialising in locally caught fish from around Cardigan Bay.
Situated in Ceredigion, West Wales UK, on the much-celebrated Cardigan Bay coastline
between Aberystwyth and Cardigan, New Quay is a charismatic mix of inspiring landscapes, sandy beaches and local-community.
Preserving it’s Victorian character and ambiance, New Quay is the ideal location for those who savour the delights of the great outdoors.
With numerous sailing, fishing, boat and hiking opportunities – as well as a variety of local pubs, shops and attractions – there is something to interest people of all ages.
New Quay has a rich history. The town is famed for it’s distinguished dramatist and poet, Dylan Thomas, who once resided in the town in 1944. Many consider New Quay to be the ‘cliff-perched town at the far end of Wales’, immortalised by Dylan Thomas, in ‘Under Milk Wood’. The Dylan Thomas Trail takes visitors around many of the places frequented by Thomas.
New Quay is also renowned for it’s seasonal dolphin and marine wildlife population – Cardigan Bay being one of two most significant locations off the British coast for Bottlenose Dolphins. Frequent
boat trips take visitors on dolphin-watching cruises around the bay.
Just two hours by car from Cardiff and Birmingham, and 4 hours from London, the town is easily accessible, yet ‘out-of-the-way’ – ideal for those looking to getaway from it all, for a long-weekend or more.
Single occupancy of double / suite 10 reduction.Twin beds 10 supplement per night minimum 2 night stay.
Guests can book in from 3pm. Check out by 10.30am.Limited on site parking available.
Pets are not allowed.
1 night stays require 100% deposit to secure rooms.
1-2 bedrooms – 3 days notice required. If the room is not relet, the first night's stay
would be debited. 3 bedrooms or more. Deposit of first night's stay to be paid on booking. 7 days cancellation notice required. The deposit is refunded if the rooms are resold.
No Smoking or Pets, children over 4 are welcome