Cardigan is a town in the county of Ceredigion in Mid Wales. It
lies on the estuary of the River Teifi, at the point where
Ceredigion meets Pembrokeshire. It was the county town of the
pre-1974 county of Cardiganshire.
It is the second largest town in Ceredigion. The town's population
was 4,203 inhabitants in 2001.
It is a significant regional administrative centre for West Wales,
harbouring a hospital, college, a modern arts centre (with
two-screen cinema) and a recently refurbished nineteenth century
guildhall, together with a theatre and good shopping facilities.
Cardigan is twinned with Brioude, France. The current Mayor,
2011–2012, is Cllr. Catrin Miles.
In 2006 and 2008, the town undertook a co-ordinated programme of
building works sympathetically restoring many of the shop facades in
the town centre. The quayside has been rebuilt with a new civic area
and landing stage.
Tel: 01239 682871
are based at Llechryd in the beautiful county of Cardiganshire, West
Flambards Hotel & Tea Rooms is a traditional family run tea shop
serving quality homemade food created from fresh local ingredients
Tearooms are disabled friendly having easy access and free parking
Join us for a relaxing fresh coffee or speciality teas. Try some of
Jan's delicious home made cakes or scones for afternoon teas.
newly refurbished Hotel has 6 bedrooms upstairs and a ground floor
accessible room with a large wet room. Each Bedroom has: tea making
facilities, Wi Fi, and a TV with Freeview channels. A Full Breakfast
is available to Hotel Guests in the Tea Room as part of the package.
have 2 areas for you to come and enjoy. The Tea Room and the Coffee
location is well situated for our Hotel Guests: use us as a
comfortable base in order to visit the many and varied attractions
of Pembrokeshire, Cardiganshire and Carmarthenshire.
not stay for a while in our pleasant and comfortable rooms, then
perhaps, take a leisurely stroll by the River Teifi. You can make a
visit to nearby Cilgerran Castle and village or take the dog for a
run on the long sandy beach called Poppit Sands, on the Estuary at
are surrounded by the natural beauty of the Welsh rolling hills with
many walking and cycling trails nearby, we are
within 100 yards of the Pembrokeshire County with Tenby and St
Davids, just along the coast we have many Dolphins and Seals with
red squirrels and Water Buffalo in the Wild life park within 10
Nant Y Croi
We have two
cottages in a stunning location on the West Wales coastline, a
Camping and Caravanning CS Site with unbelievable sea views.
Nant-y-croi is a working farm, with cows, donkeys and ponies,
extending to the Cardigan Bay coastline now designated a Special
Area of Conservation.
Experience breathtaking sea views by day & beautiful sunsets on
summer evenings. Watch seals & dolphins from our private rocky cove
as choughs, razorbills, manx shearwaters & red kites (to mention a
few) soar overhead.
Ceredigion Coastal Path passes through the farmyard to the sandy
beach at Mwnt & onward to Borth. Mwnt, with its small whitewashed
church is a twenty-minute walk or a ten-minute drive. The sandy
beaches of Poppit Sands, Aberporth, Llangrannog & Tresaith, all
within easy reach, are popular with children wanting to explore the
When you return from your day’s adventures, relax with a glass in
your hand, while the children take the terriers – Wanda, Ruby & Fred
- for a walk or take a bag of carrots for the donkeys & ponies.
Floss gave birth to a lovely little Jack donkey recently. Mother &
son are doing well.
Penyrallt Fach Cottage offers the ideal opportunity to get away from
the busy pace of everyday life by staying on our beautiful organic
farm in lovely west Wales.
Enjoy walking through green fields and ancient woodlands on the
farm or along some of the wonderful beaches of Cardigan Bay, just a
half-hour drive away. After days out on the beach or discovering
ancient and historic castles or shopping in the delightful small
market towns of the area, return to the cottage for a cup of tea in
front of a roaring log fire or a glass of wine outside watching the
stars & listening to the owls. The perfect antidote to city stress.
farm offers a wonderful opportunity for holidays in the lovely Welsh
countryside, where you can experience life on a real working farm,
as well as being able to visit glorious beaches & spectacular hills
and mountains. There are many historic sites, castles and attractive
small market towns & villages to visit as well as gardens & National
Trust properties, all within easy reach.
Brynhyfryd Guest House
Tel: 01239 612861
Kevin and Valerie Hulse offer comfortable and welcoming
accommodation in their well established Guest House “Brynhyfryd” in
Cardigan (Aberteifi). Cardigan is an historical town in the county
of Ceredigion. This is where the first “Eisteddfod” (an annual
national Welsh language musical/cultural event) was held and in the
19th Century the town had a busier shipping port than Bristol!
These days Cardigan is a busy market town with a good selection of
shops, pubs, cafes and a very popular local theatre Theatr Mwldan
which also has a cinema complex. The famous River Teifi has its
estuary in Cardigan and in the busy holiday periods, boat trips
along the local coast are availalbe.
nearby village of Cligerran offers canoeing trips on the river Teifi
and the beautiful Cardigan Bay is within easy reach with its popular
beaches at Poppit, Gwbert, Mwnt, Aberporth being on our doorstep.
The newly established coastal path is also nearby as is the Local
Wildlife Centre with its excellent facilities for visitors.
Llety Teifi Guest House
01239 615566 / 07813 892431
Llety Teifi is a relaxed family run Guest House in Cardigan on the
West Wales Coast, just off the main High Street, near the town but
away from the hustle of town life.A newly converted Grade II,
elegant Georgian town house. We aim to provide Cardigan with its
premier boutique accommodation. The house dates back to 1880 and is
an important part of the local history, originally built for David
Davies, wine and spirit merchant who donated Cardigans clock and
later lived in the governor’s house.Llety Teifi is the ideal place
to stay whilst exploring this beautiful part of Cardigan Bay and Mid
Start your day with a Welsh breakfast in the beautiful conservatory
of the adjoining family run guest house, where a fine selection of
meals are served on selected evenings – being from an agricultural
background it’s an important ethos for the family to use fresh local
produce from traceable sources.
have limited parking for our guests in front of the house but we are
able to use another car park near by the house for any overspill. We
endeavour to provide all our guests with excellent facilities in a
friendly and comfortable environment, whether it’s a business trip
or a well earned break we would like to extend to you a very warm
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