Ceredigion / Cardigan Bay

It’s very hard to know which county you are in whilst venturing round Wales, as one is just as stunning as the other, until of course you come to Cardigan or Ceredigion as the locals would now like it to be known! With it’s gigantic sweeping sea cliffs, rolling hills, quaint villages and its vibrant nightlife, Cardigan/Ceredigion, is very unique indeed. I spent a few very pleasant days here, met some wonderful people, tasted some outstanding food and it didn’t rain once either! Don’t get me wrong though, I’m not saying it never rains here in Cardigan, but what I am saying is that no matter what the weather, Cardigan has something to offer come rain or shine.

If your considering driving from North Wales to South Wales, one would be forgiven for being tempted into driving via England, down the M6 to Birmingham, M5, M42, M40 corridor and then take The M4 direct to South Wales! However, we all have to be strong and not give in to our temptations. Let me take you a more refreshing way! Depending where in North Wales you are leaving from, let’s say Llandudno ok! Here goes, A470, A487, A40! Thats it! 3 roads! Ok it may add about half an hour onto your journey? But boy it’s worth it!

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  'Summat Else' 4 star Bed and Breakfast
'Summat Else' 4 star Bed and Breakfast
Your hosts Kit and Angela invite guests to experience a home from home stay with co-coordinating bed linen and all the comforts of home. Both rooms have TV with free...
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3 Pen Cei, Guest House
3 Pen Cei, Guest House
House situated on the harbour front in Aberaeron, a picturesque Georgean town on the Mid Wales Coast. An ideal retreat providing accommodation only metres away from the historic ...
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Aberystwyth Cliff Railway
Aberystwyth Cliff Railway
The northern end of Aberystwyth promenade, Constitution Hill rises dramatically from the sea, providing spectacular and uninterrupted views of the town, Cardigan Bay, and on a clear day 26 ...
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Blue Grass Cottages
Blue Grass Cottages
Blue Grass Cottages are situated on a small working farm in rural countryside along the main A487 just four miles south of Aberystwyth and set in lovely panoramic views. ...
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Blue Grass Cottages B&B
Blue Grass Cottages B&B
Bed and Breakfast with a difference - an unique experience; - your own self catering cottage with the breakfast being served therein. All cottages are en-suite with a choice of a double, twin, family or a single....
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Brynarth Country Guest House
Brynarth Country Guest House
Brynarth Country Guest House nestled within the beautiful countryside in the foothills of the Cambrian Mountains, amongst some of the most stunning scenery in the Ystwyth Valley. Bed & ...
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Bryncarnedd Country Cottages
Bryncarnedd Country Cottages
4* and 5* cottages located just outside of the seaside town of Aberystwyth, this wonderful cottage complex offers the best of both worlds, set within walking distance of the town and ...
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Cafe Mariners
Cafe Mariners
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Cambrian Safaris
Cambrian Safaris
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Creme Pen Cei Ice Cream Parlour
Creme Pen Cei Ice Cream Parlour
This bright and colourful Ice Cream parlour in my opinion helps to put New-quay on the culinary map. With an amazing and mind boggling selection of both Ice Creams...
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Cross Foxes Bar Grill & Rooms
Cross Foxes Bar Grill & Rooms
We are nestled at the foot of Cadair Idris Mountain and 4 miles from the historic town Dolgellau, South Snowdonia.Our Grade 11 listed building offers you the perfect opportunity to relax,...
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Cwmwythig Guest House
Cwmwythig Guest House
Located 4 miles east of Aberystwyth, just off the A44. Come and relax at this beautiful farmhouse overlooking the Rheidol Valley with it's panoramic views and quiet countryside.The dining area ...
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Cwmwythig Holiday Cottages
Cwmwythig Holiday Cottages
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Devil's Bridge Falls
Devil's Bridge Falls
Devil's Bridge Falls is a world famous tourist attraction just 12 miles inland from Aberystwyth. The 300ft waterfalls have attracted thousands of visitors since the...
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Ffynnon Feddyg
Ffynnon Feddyg
Ffynnon Feddyg is a special place. Nestled in Cardigan Bay, overlooking New Quay, the house's unique location offers stunning sea views, with access to the beach 300 yards away. On sunny ...
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Four Seasons Hotel
Four Seasons Hotel
Located in the middle of Aberystwyth, the Four Seasons Hotel is perfectly situated for those looking to explore the town and local area. The hotel is only 200m from the Victorian promenade,...
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Fron Farm Fishery B&B
Fron Farm Fishery B&B
Fron Farm Fishery is a family run B&B close to Aberystwyth, Mid Wales, nestled in the beautiful welsh countryside, enjoy our beautiful scenery. With a 30 minute drive to the coastal town of ...
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Glan Yr Afon Riverside
Glan Yr Afon Riverside
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