Ceredigion has it all mountains, forests, lakes, waterfalls, cliffs, beaches & rivers.
If you like unspoilt forest landscapes, this is the place for you. Originally planted with conifers, the forest is being replanted with native mixed woodland trees. There is open access along forest roads for walkers, cyclists and horse riders.
A Cardigan Bay Icon, Carreg Bica, the large rock between Llangrannog and Cilborth Beaches is well known and features in many photographs.
Afon Mynach (Monks River) makes a dramatic descent, over spectacular waterfalls at Devil’s Bridge.
There are two walks to choose from:
1. NATURE TRAIL, WATERFALLS & 3 BRIDGES: 45 minutes.
2. PUNCHBOWL & 3 BRIDGES: 10 minutes
1 Hours 7 Mins
On the main A487 road from Machynlleth to Aberystwyth, lies this picturesque old relic from Wales' industrial past. The village is named after the furnace here was originally constructed around 1755 for smelting iron ore,
1 Hours 13 Mins
Some of our guests told us about this wonderful place. It is featured in a book called the Powerful Places in Wales (Elyn Aviva & Gary White) which describes places that evoke powerful feelings.
Llanllwni Mountain, part of the Crown Estates, is an area of common land managed by local graziers and is also open access for walkers, cyclists and horse riders.
The Upper Towy Valley and Llyn Brianne is still one of the most beautiful areas of Wales however and it is a haven for bird watchers, anglers, mountain bikers and walkers.
120 hectares of woodland, stretching for over 4 miles north east from Lampeter.
Beautiful walks with excellent views and very dog friendly. A great place for off lead dog walking and cycling.
Mwnt is about 4.5 miles from Cardigan gets its name from the steep conical hill (Foel y Mwnt), a Cardigan Bay landmark, that rises above the beach. It is a National Trust site.
This beautiful peninsular and the steep sided hill above it the site of an ancient hill fort Pen y Badell are now owned by the National Trust.
The Dolbadau car park is free and has pick nick tables and toilets.
There are nice views up and down the River Teifi and walks along the Teifi River gorge.
Cilgerran village, pubs, tea shop, church and castle are just a short walk away.
Cenarth is a beautiful stopping place with cafes Pubs and scenic walks and waterfalls
In the late 18th century the Hafod Estate was designed in the picturesque style by Thomas Johnes.
The estate has magnificent woodlands, tumbling streams, waterfalls, beautiful bridges, the Ystwyth River and views across The Cambrian Mountains.
1 Hours 5 Mins