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Llanarth is a small village, near the coast in the county of Ceredigion. An ancient settlement, Llanarth is among the oldest in Ceredigion. Set just inland from the Cardigan Bay coast, it is centred on the crossroads formed where the A487 coast road meets the B4342 to New Quay and ideally situated within three miles of the town ofAberaeron.
There is an abundance of things to see and do nearby, particularly in the town of Newquay. Here you will find a harbour, beach and several small shops. From Newquay you can take a boat trip around the heritage coast, and as well as being a great way to see the spectacular coastline, it also is a great opportunity to spot some wildlife including dolphins and seals!
For the more active and adventurous Cardigan Bay Active takes groups on activities such as sea kayaking or coasteering and if getting wet in the surf isnt your thing why not try a bushcraft course to brush up on your nature skills.
There are plenty of other beaches to explore in the area including the stunning Poppit Sands which is just near the Pembrokeshire/Cardigan border. For those who enjoy a spot of fishing, flounder, cod and whiting can all be caught at Poppit Sands, and between March to October Salmon and Sea Trout also run the river. The golden sandy beach is backed by low sand dunes which are home to a wide variety of flora and fauna, in particular the rare bee orchid.
St Dogmaels or Llandudoch as its known in Welsh is a charming & historic village nestled on thePicturesquePembrokeshireNational Parkcoast at the mouth at the Teifi Estuary in westWales, situated just 1 mile from the bustling river side market town of Cardigan.
Should you visit St Dogmaels be sure to stop off at the abbey in the village centre. Founded in 1115 the abbey occupied the site of a preNormanmonastery. It was raised to the status of an abbey in 1120. Today the ruins provide an interesting reminder of the history of thevillageofSt Dogamaels.
If youre a big wildlife enthusiast or looking for a family holiday in Ceredigion then a visit to Cardigan Island Coastal Farm Park is perfect for you. The island is just 2 miles from the county of Pembrokeshire and even for those visiting from Tenby it is a reasonable drive being just over 32 miles away. There is plenty for visitors to enjoy including dramatic coastal scenery, a nature reserve, clear blue sea and several species of marine flora and fauna-oh and dont forget the wildlife!
From the island you may see animals such as bottlenose dolphins, Atlantic grey seals, seal pups, harbour porpoises and sea-birds such as rare choughs and skylarks. As well as these native marine animals, there are also your more traditional farm animals such as donkeys, sheep, goats, cattle, Shetland ponies, mountain ponies, rabbits and guinea pigs to name but a few. Plenty to keep everyone entertained!
There really is so much to see and do in this wonderful part of Wales so you are sure to need a comfortable place to put your feet up and relax when youre not out and about. FBM have two holiday cottages in Ceredigion that will certainly meet your needs.
Craigfryn and Snowdrop comprise an attractive single storey cottage and a well- furnished semi- detached bungalow situated in the grounds of Nine Oaks Fisheries, a purpose built angling complex with 3 well stocked trout lakes, 2 large coarse lakes, a well- stocked novices pool for coaching and children. Set in idyllic, landscaped grounds surrounded by an abundance of wildlife and flora, just 1 and a half miles from the Aberystwyth to Cardigan coast road, a lovely tranquil location in the beautiful Ceredigion countryside. An ideal area for enjoying many pursuits including walking, cycling, bird watching , lovely sandy beaches at Newquay where a coastal cruise is a must with almost daily sightings of bottlenose dolphins, porpoise and a myriad of sea bird colonies and the busy Georgian coastal town of Aberaeron just a short drive away.
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