Croeso i Geredigion
With a diverse and rich landscape including the spectacular Cambrian Mountains, Ceredigion is a haven for walkers. There are plenty of walks available in the Cambrian Mountains for both experienced walkers and those who want to take a more gentle path. Here you can also reach the highest point in the county - Pumlumon.
Ceredigion also has an incredible coastal landscape and Ceredigion's Coastal Path takes walkers along the dramatic and beautiful coastline. The path makes up 60 miles of the Wales Coast Path. With such a stunning coastline, the county is the perfect place for watersports and Borth, in the north of Ceredigion, is one of the most popular beaches in Wales. For those who want to ride the waves take a trip to Aberarth, a surfer's paradise. Sea kayaking is the greatest way to see Ceredigion's magnificent coast and sea wildlife.
Top attractions in the county include the National Library of Wales, Devil's Bridge, Aberystwyth Castle and Cardigan Island. To find out more please visit our Things to Do section.
If you've come for an adventure then Ceredigion won't disappoint. To make the most out of your holiday why not stay in a pub? Offering a variety of rooms to suit all budgets and needs, pubs are a great alternative to hotels or traditional bed and breakfasts.
Pubs offer visitors the chance to really experience local life in Ceredigion as they are at the heart of their communities. Entertainment is organised throughout the week from quiz nights to beer festivals so guests can meet locals and travellers alike in a warm and friendly atmosphere.
When you stay in a pub you are sure to have a comfortable stay. Rooms are fitted with facilities such as luxurious beds, Freeview, tea and coffee making facilities ensuring that guests have a refreshing and relaxing night's sleep.
However, it's not just the rooms that make staying in a pub so great. The food served in pubs and inns in Ceredigion is some of the finest in the region. Meals are made from locally sourced produce and menus are updated with the seasons to ensure guests get to experience delicious home cooked Welsh food all year round.
So why not start planning your holiday to Ceredigion today!
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