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Places To Visit in Ceredigion

Places To Visit in Ceredigion

View more details - Ar y Bel Cyf.
Ar y Bel opened in June 2013 and is an exciting softplay centre based near Aberaeron, Ceredigion. We are a family run business providing a warm...
Ar y Bel Cyf., Forge Business Park, Ffos-y-Ffin, ABERAERON,

View more details - Curious About Cardiff?
Have fun discovering Cardiff with two self-guided, heritage walks with an optional treasure hunt. Cardiff, the capital of Wales, is a vivacious...
Cardiff City Centre

View more details - Cae Hir Gardens - A Welsh Garden with a Dutch History
Cae Hir Gardens are one of the ‘Great Gardens of West Wales’ and a well established RHS Partner Garden. A true family garden it was started by Wil...
Cae Hir Gardens, Cribyn, Lampeter

View more details - Strata Florida Abbey
You only need admire the majesty of the huge carved west doorway to appreciate how impressive this building must once have been. The plan of the...
Abbey Road, Pontrhydfendigaid,

View more details - Curious About Aberystwyth
Have fun discovering Aberystwyth with two self-guided, heritage walks with an optional treasure hunt. Find answers to clues and match pictures whilst...
Cliffe Railway, Aberystwyth

View more details - SCULPTUREHEAVEN . Beautiful gardens and sculptures and yummy cakes!
Visitors to Sculptureheaven are able to visit the sculpture workshop and see how the sculptures are made, browse in the studio/gallery displaying the...
Sculptureheaven. Ceri gwnda. Near Rhydlewis. Cardigan Bay. Ceredigion.

View more details - Vale of Rheidol Railway
Travelling on the Vale of Rheidol Railway is the finest way to see the stunning Rheidol Valley. Opened in 1902, the railway has been delighting...
Park Avenue, Aberystwyth

View more details - Llanerchaeron
National Trust property: Llanerchaeron - open to the public. Please see National Trust website for details.
Ciliau Aeron, near Aberaeron,

View more details - Cilgerran Castle
National Trust property: Cilgerran Castle - open to the public. Please see National Trust website for details.
near Cardigan,
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