There are many things to do around Ceredigion in South West Wales....
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Fringed with Bluebells in spring & making way for Foxgloves & Red Campion in early summer. This old meadow is part of a small holding in the quiet village of Llwyn Y Groes in rural Ceredigion. The perfect base to explore quiet lanes by foot or cycle. The beaches & coves of Cardigan bay with its beautiful coastal walks. You might spot our resident Bottle nosed dolphins in the summer or Seal pups later in the year. Maybe a day out in the Cambrian mountains with lunch at Y Talbot & take a drive up to Soar Y Mynydd The picturesque C19 Calvanist Methodist chapel: the remotest chapel in Wales.
Jane Beck at Welsh Blankets has an extensive knowledge of the Welsh woollen Industry for Welsh Blankets & Welsh Quilts, living on the borders of Ceredigion & Carmarthenshire, an area well known for its commercialisation of the Wool Trade.
No visit to Spring Ceredigion is complete without a walk in the Bluebell woods at Llanerchaeron. Visit the famous House built by John Nash or take one of the easy walks by the River or To Aberaeron for Cake! Hire a Bike & finish your visit with award winning Welsh Icecream at Contis Kiosk.
Cors Caron has an untamed mix of raised bog, reedbed, wet grassland, ponds, streams and patches of woodland.
Book a course at nearby Denmark farm. Year round courses (2 miles)
For unrivaled Mountain biking or to watch the Red kites being fed.
There are endless walks & cycle routes.: riverside & woodland with panoramic views from the summits.Discover Iron age settlements (Allt Goch Lampeter) Follow the Tregaron Trail from Cwm Berwyn in The Cambrian Mountains & Visit Soar Y Mynydd the remotest Chapel in Wales. Explore our hidden places : The walled garden at Ty Glyn in Ciliau Aeron or The secret Monks graveyard in the woods at nearby Betws Bledws.