Eating and shopping at Llanerchaeron
Located on the banks of the river Aeron is Conti’s Café, in a beautifully picturesque spot to grab a drink, snack or their famous ice cream during your visit. You can also buy Llanerchaeron produce grown in the garden and browse the second-hand bookshop for your next great read.
Conti’s Café at Llanerchaeron
The café is run by Conti’s Café, a family run business from Lampeter, renowned for their beautiful Conti’s ice cream, just the thing to look forward to on those warm summer days.
They serve a selection of drinks, sandwiches, light bites, cakes and of course, their famous Conti's ice cream. Enjoy a lovely freshly roasted coffee or sandwich for the perfect snack on your visit, it's open from Wednesday to Sunday each week.
When you visit, please speak to one of the team to check the current allergen information for your favourite dish.
Many of their ingredients are sourced locally to provide fresh and seasonal food throughout the year. Gluten free options are available. To find out more about Conti’s, visit their website: http://www.contisicecream.com/
Bring a picnic
If you'd prefer to bring a picnic there are picnic benches inside the garden courtyard and next to the visitor reception building.
Garden produce and second-hand books at Llanerchaeron
At visitor reception you will find seasonal vegetables, fruit and cut flowers for sale, grown in the walled garden’s protective environment. A team of dedicated staff and volunteers tend to the plants, pick the fruit and veg and prepare them for sale. We also sell a variety of perennial plants and herbs propagated on the estate.
Here you will also find the second-hand bookshop. All profits from book sales go directly back to Llanerchaeron.
It is through your purchases and support that we are able to continue to care for nature, beauty and history for everyone, for ever.
Llanerchaeron’s Georgian villa created by architect John Nash makes the most of the views across the picturesque Aeron valley. Discover a complete service courtyard at the back of the house.
You can enjoy a walk and see a variety of wildlife year-round at Llanerchaeron in the parkland, woods, meadows and of course the working farmyard.
The Walled Garden at Llanerchaeron in Ceredigion has been growing delicious food for over 200 years. When you visit you can buy fresh produce to take home with you.
At Llanerchaeron explore Pamela Ward’s eclectic collection of antiques and Geler Jones’s treasure trove of early 20th-century agricultural and domestic machinery.