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Anglers Welcome in Ceredigion
Initiative providing anglers with a choice of quality accommodation committed to welcoming them. Explains the criteria for selection and provides downloadable brochures.
A Bay to Remember
Offers boat trips and guided marine tours of Cardigan Bay from Aberporth and Cardigan. Describes the boat and includes photos and booking information.
Bwlch Nant yr Arian Forest Visitor Centre
Provides walks and cycle trails in a scenic setting, with red kite feeding every afternoon. [Ponterwyd]
Cardigan Bay Coast and Country
Useful resource providing information on the area, things to see and do, places to eat, places to stay, special events and travel information.
Cardigan Island Coastal Farm Park
Site that details the animals and wildlife that can be seen at this attraction on Cardigan Bay, West Wales, including grey seals and dolphins.
Ceredigion County Council Tourism Service
Official tourism site offers attraction and accommodation listings and itinerary advice.
Campsite, market garden and fishing lake in a quiet rural spot near Beulah. Provides contact details and location.
Devil's Bridge, Ceredigion
Information from Wikipedia on this village where a bridge spans the gorge of the River Mynach near a high waterfall.
A small museum covering the development of the diesel engine in the 20th century. Includes photos, history and descriptions of these types of motors.
Coach company. Information on tours, day trips and hiring a coach.
The Magic of Life Butterfly House
A collection of free-flying butterflies and exotic plants near Aberffrwd. Profile, exhibits, directions and opening times with prices.
The Miners Arms
This rural pub has a well-stocked cellar, provides freshly prepared meals, and bed and breakfast accommodation. [Pontrhydygroes]
National Coracle Centre
Museum and coracle workshop set in the grounds of a 17th century flour mill beside the Cenarth falls. Provides opening hours and a photograph gallery.
National Trust: Aberdeunant
Traditional Carmarthenshire farmhouse near Taliaris. Includes what to see and do, the facilities, opening times and admission prices.
National Trust: Dolaucothi Gold Mines
Unique gold mines set amid wooded hillsides overlooking the beautiful Cothi Valley, first exploited by the Romans almost 2000 years ago. Includes what to see and do, facilities, opening times and admission prices.
National Trust: Llanerchaeron
Pronides information on this 18th-century Welsh gentry estate at Ciliau Aeron. Includes what to see and do, facilities, opening times and admission prices.
Tourism association promoting the Plynlimon Uplands. Includes events, accommodation, things to do, and information about the area.
Shawsmead Caravan Club Site
The Caravan Club provides information on this site for touring caravans with photographs, site details, location and opening dates.[Llanarth]
Small World Theatre
Provides information and bookings for events in the lower Teifi Valley.
The Trawsgoed (Crosswood) Estate
Provides information on the history of the estate and the Vaughan family, holiday accommodation, shooting and fishing opportunities, and land and property to let.
Holiday cottages, conference venue and training centre on working livestock farm. Profile, facilities, courses and events.
Vale of Rheidol Railway
Photographs, a timetable, details of fares, and a description of the private railway, which runs from Aberystwyth to Devil's Bridge.
Vale of Rheidol Railway
Information from Wikipedia on this narrow-gauge railway that runs between Aberystwyth and Devil’s Bridge, and its history.
Woodlands Caravan Park
Family-run caravan and camp site at Devil's Bridge. Provides information on holiday homes, touring and camping, the spectacular waterfalls and other places to visit.
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