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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Pennau Crafts & Coffee Shop
Pennau Crafts & Coffee Shop
The Craft Shop in beautifully converted farm buildings, is bursting with exciting crafts and gift ideas for Christmas or for any occasion-preserves, slate crafts, Celtic...
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Penybont Bed & Breakfast & Holiday Cottage
Penybont Bed & Breakfast & Holiday Cottage
Set in peaceful countryside, yet only two miles from Aberystwyth, Penybont is ideal for visitors wishing to explore Cardigan bay and Mid Wales. ...
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Plas Morfa a Restaurant with Rooms
Plas Morfa a Restaurant with Rooms
Situated directly on the coast of lovely Cardigan Bay, equidistant between Aberystwyth and Newquay, Plas Morfa provides luxurious accommodation with a superb...
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RSPB Ynys-hir
RSPB Ynys-hir
Spend your perfect day at RSPB Ynys-hir, in the heart of the Dyfi Estuary – a serene wetland paradise and a real treat for lovers of wildlife. ...
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Rheidol Valley Railway
Rheidol Valley Railway
Opened in 1902, the Vale of Rheidol Railway is a masterpiece of engineering and has been delighting passengers young and old for generations. Although the...
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Rhyd-Y- Pennau Inn
Rhyd-Y- Pennau Inn
Not many pubs with restaurants have as many other facilities as The Rhyd-Y-Pennau Inn. Located on the main A487 at Bow Street near Aberystwyth, it has a large...
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Sculpture Heaven
Sculpture Heaven
We moved to West Wales in 1995, set up a small sculpture workshop and began turning our 2 acre field into a productive garden . In 2008 we opened our gardens and workshop to the public ...
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SeaMor Dolphin Watching Boat Trips
SeaMor Dolphin Watching Boat Trips
Join us on a one and a half hour guided Dolphin Watching Boat Trip, leaving from the picturesque fishing village of New Quay, Ceredigion, West Wales. Learn about the local ...
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The Ambassador Cafe Bar
The Ambassador Cafe Bar
Situated on the main street of Aberaeron, in a prime shopping location is this ever so popular café bar. With an extensively stocked gift shop downstairs, and a vibrant...
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The Black Lion Hotel
The Black Lion Hotel
What a fantastic find was this, after our morning walk around the Harbour and Village, we spotted the outside board displaying a fabulous choice for Full Sunday Roast Dinners. ...
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The Blue Bell Deli & Bistro
The Blue Bell Deli & Bistro
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The Cellar
The Cellar
The Cellar is a restaurant for all occasions giving a warm welcome to everyone and serving coffee, lunch and evening meals.During the Summer months opening...
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The Cliff Hotel & Spa
The Cliff Hotel & Spa
The Cliff Hotel & Spa is a large family-owned hotel where warm, friendly welcome, excellent facilities and the highest standards of service and cleanliness ensure that your...
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The Conrah Hotel & Park Restaurant
The Conrah Hotel & Park Restaurant
The Conrah is an elegant Edwardian house that was owned by the ‘Smiths' of Smith crisps fame. It was burnt down in 1911 but has been rebuilt, as far as we...
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The Falcondale Hotel & Restaurant
The Falcondale Hotel & Restaurant
The Falcondale is an impressive hotel, restaurant and wedding venue in Ceredigion, Mid Wales. It is nestled at the top of the Teifi Valley, hidden away a mile outside the ...
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The Grosvenor
The Grosvenor
Located just across the road from the historic Cardigan Castle, The Grosvenor offers a great range of food and drinks to suit all tastes in a picturesque and convenient location for those visiting Cardigan Town....
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The Hafod Hotel
The Hafod Hotel
Our Bar, Brasserie and Hotel is located in an exceptional location. Situated only steps away from the World Famous Devil’s Bridge waterfalls and a two minute walk to the award winning ...
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The Harbourmaster Restaurant & Hotel
The Harbourmaster Restaurant & Hotel
Our harbourside restaurant and bar serve the best of local produce at breakfast, lunch and dinner. We've been included in the Good Food Guide since we established in 2002....
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