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Croeso - a warm Welsh welcome - awaits you in Ceredigion. Originally an independent principality established as long ago as 415 AD, the area is named after Prince Ceredig (pronounced "care-eh-dig"). Located on the western coastline of Wales, on the shores of the bay that carries its name, Ceredigion is sheltered from the east by the Plynlimon mountain range. Spectacular landscapes and welcoming people await your visit to Ceredigion, one of the last bastions of the Welsh language and culture.

In Ceredigion you will experience a refreshing atmosphere and leisurely, but purposeful, lifestyle that is a far cry from the often hectic stresses of everyday urban living. Winding down is easy - if that is what you want - but there are opportunities galore to join in the hwyl (fun) of walking spectacular paths, sailing or surfing, challenging angling or sea fishing, marvellous bird-watching, pony trekking or golf and world class mountain biking and scenic cycle routes.

Ceredigion is famous for its pure spring water, possibly the best known being the distinctive blue bottled Ty Nont, with others including Glyndwr and Llanllyr.

Treasured local delicacies include preserves, pickles, fudge and honey products. The New Quay Honey Farm, which welcomes visitors, is the largest in Wales with 500 hives and 50,000 bees. Holgates Honey Ice Cream has been sold on Aberaeron's quayside for over 35 years. When it's time to leave, take home a taste of Ceredigion to remind you of visits to working flour mills, cheese makers or honey farms. Products are available in most shops or buy direct from producers at Famrer's Market or Food Fairs.

Harness racing is a regular feature in towns and villages throughout Ceredigion during the summer months with the Tregoron Trotting Club Harness Races rated amongst Wales's most popular rural grasstrack meetings.

The coastal town of New Quay was home to Dylan Thomas during his most productive writing period.There are Dylan Thomas trails to be followed around those Ceredigion localities dearest to Dylan.

Contact Information

Garreg Lwyd Guest House
Bow Street, Aberystwyth,
Ceredigion, Wales, SY24 5BE

3 miles north of Aberystwyth on the a487

Phone : 01970 828830
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Single rooms : 32 pounds per night with Breakfast
Double rooms : 26 - 30 per night with Breakfast
Family room :70 GBP per room with breakfast