Many attractions await you in this part of Wales. Here are just a few to wet your appetite:
Just a few miles away you can enjoy the small coastal towns of Cardigan Bay. The coastline has many sheltered coves, sandy beaches, and small fishing villages. You may even see seals and dolphins. Boat trips are available in a number of locations along the Ceredigion coast.
For something larger there is good shopping in Carmarthen or Aberystwyth, but don’t just stick to shopping. In Aberystwyth you can take a walk around the castle, go up the cliff railway and take in the ocean views, or a trip on the Vale of Rheidol railway to the spectacular Devil’s Bridge. You could even take a day trip to Ireland. Fishguard is only 55 miles away, where you can catch the ferry to Rosslare (summer months only).
Cors Caron is close by and represents the most intact surviving example of a raised bog landscape in the United Kingdom
Kites & crafts
Why not visit the Red Kite Centre at Tregaron, or put on your walking boots and do one of the many coastal or inland walks. If cycling is your thing we are on one of the many cycle routes.
For a more sedate break there are Craft Centres, the Welsh Honey Farm, Rachel’s Organics, potteries, steam railways, and woollen mills. There are just so many things to see and do in mid Wales you will want to keep coming back.