Places to See

Brynarth is an excellent base for exploring the Ceredigion Coastal and Country Towns and Villages:

Aberystwyth - with it’s Victorian promenade, cliff and narrow-gauge railways, marina, theatres, Art Centre, ruined castle, Ceredigion Museum and The National Library of Wales, as well as superb restaurants and bars.

Aberystwyth Farmers Market held on the first and third Saturday of every month, this gem of a market attracts the best local producers. It’s not huge - there are rarely more than 30 stalls - but it’s the sheer quality and quirkiness of the produce that won it the top prize in the BBC Radio 4 Food and Farming Awards 2014 (

Borth - long stretch of sandy beach, perfect for surfing.

Aberaeron - charming Georgian-style seaport with pastel-shaded houses and fashionable places to eat.

New Quay - popular sandy beaches, good choice of cafés and pubs plus watersports and wildlife trips.

Llangrannog - lovely sheltered beach with good pubs.

Pontrhydfendigaid - Upper Teifi Valley village that holds a famous annual eisteddfod.

Pontrhdygroes - scenic village overlooking the woods and farmlands of the upper Ystwyth Valley.

Tregaron - Traditional market town with pleasant square and craft shops

Elan Valley - Breathtaking views of man-made dams, woodland reflected in reservoirs & rolling valleys.

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Gareth & Melanie Jones

Mid Wales
SY23 4HX

Phone: 01974 261 367

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