5 Course Mothers Day weekend Saturday Evening Menu for £28 at Ceridwen Centre
– Call Emma on 07708003014 to make an enquiry or to book. Our Menu will be vegetarian or meat based if you are interested in Vegan options contact Emma…..
Lamb Galouti Kebab with Mint and Coriander Chutney
beetroot Bon Bon’s with coconut and beetroot chutney….
Andra Chicken with Dal Khichuri
Charcoal Paneer with Aubergine, pea and tomato Bharta …..
Green Pea Gazpachio with Basil and Almonds ….
and last but definitely not least Ginger and Chilli Chocolate Tart with creme fraiche and Cinnamon dust.
Come and join us at this truly special location for a scrumptious meal to remember.
We received planning permission earlier this year to convert the Pole barn to an event space, to keep the Tipi in the yard up all year for events and to bury 3 containers in the hillside for storage with a grass roof over, Below are some pictures of this project.
We had a photo shoot for a case study that has been written for Business Wales. This is the staff that were in on the day!
Tom, Gill, Jess, Zoe, Emma, John-Paul, and of course Simone and Roger
Community Circus Acts, Photo Booth, Close Up Magic, Live Music, Fantastic Food.
December 15,16 and New Year’s Eve. 6pm-midnight and later on New Years Eve. All for £38 per person.
Many of you will have heard that this year, 2017, has been designated Year of Legends in Wales and that a competition to choose eight structures to represent Welsh legends, history and heritage was held by Visit Wales in conjunction with Epic Retreats and Cambria Tours. The eight finalists are being featured on ‘Cabins in the Wild’ on Channel 4 on Sunday nights at 8p.m. , a four part series which started on May 21st. Two of the ‘cabins’, the Dragon’s Eye and the Welsh Hat, were designed and made in Wales.
The Welsh Hat was designed by Niall Maxwell’s Rural Office for Architecture, based near Newcastle Emlyn and then the build took place at Ceridwen Centre, with Brynmor Dafys being the main man here doing most of the timber construction work! Elements brought in from outside were the steel fabrication, from Andy at Capel Iwan, the canvas making from specialists in Cardiff and the wool supplied by the National Wool Museum in Drefach-Felindre.
We were absolutely thrilled that the Welsh Hat won her heat and is now in the final four. Results this Sunday coming – 11th June.