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Local towns and villages

Cardigan

Cardigan, an ancient market town is approx 18 miles away. There you will find a bustling shopping centre with independent shops and supermarkets, a lively theatre/cinema and two leisure centres, one with both indoor swimming pool and toddler pool.

Mwnt

The beach at Mwnt is almost perfection nestling under its craggy outcrop and the headland provides grazing for sheep and ponies with the bay being a favourite haunt of dolphins.

Aberporth

Charming little seaside village comprising two sheltered bays surrounded by village houses.

Tresaith

At the base of a pretty little valley, Tresaith has been a favourite haunt for leisure sailors and watersports enthusiasts for years. There are two beaches with the further having a rather dramatic waterfall that just tumbles off the cliff.

Penbryn

The beach at Penbryn is probably one of the most idyllic in Ceredigion. Glorious golden sands and almost no tourist development has ensured that Penbryn has remained a perennial favourite with generations of holiday visitors.

Llangrannog

A little village nestling in a deep and verdant valley with two sandy beaches. The stack, caves and high cliffs lend Llangrannog much of its dramatic appeal. A cliff walk leads to Ynys Lochtyn National Trust Headland, with views on a clear day right across Cardigan Bay to the distant Snowdonian mountains.

New Quay

The massive stone quay and breakwater (hence the name) are the features which immediately strike the visitor. The nearest South Ceredigion comes to a traditional beach resort, New Quay has long been a firm favourite with locals and visitors alike. New Quay has it all in the summer with safe bathing on two beaches, a famous animal hospital and trips around the bay.

Aberaeron

The holiday resort of Aberaeron is busy pretty much all year round. The town is a perfect example of pure Regency architecture with the houses, painted in dolly mixture colours, arranged around a handsome square fringed with interesting shops and stone-walled harbour. 

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Address: Park Hall, Cwmtydu, Llwyndafydd, Llandysul, SA44 6LQ

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