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Devil's Bridge is one hell
of a bridge...


Devil’s Bridge spans the Mynach River, one of the most beautiful sights in Ceredigion. Legend says it was built by the Devil in return for the soul of the first to cross it. Apparently the townspeople tricked him by sending a dog over. Which might be why we’ve had to rebuild it twice.
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Family Fun
Ropes and helmets at the ready. Climb, trek, canoe, or sail at Llain Activity Centre. Whether you want to shimmy up a rope-net or slide down a waterfall, family groups are well catered for - no more bored kids. Cardigan Bay is home to one of only two resident groups of Bottlenose Dolphins in the UK . Head for Mwnt or Llangranog, early mornings or evenings, for the best chance to catch them at play. Get closer to nature and local wildlife at Cardigan Island Coastal Farm: Dolphins, porpoises, seals are just some of the sights to be seen. You'll even find animals of the dairy variety and the odd Llama. Golden sands and blue flags are all the rage here. A bucket and spade should come in handy if you looking to hone your castle building skills. Watching the dolphins come out to play beats TV any day.

         

Escape to the country this Summer from
£75 per night per cottage*


Summer Special Offer
Why not come and enjoy the stunning surroundings of Parc Teifi with our unbeatable Early Summer Special offer for August 2015 where you can stay in one of our holiday cottages for only £75.00 per night.
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Food
Ceredigion is blessed with a rich, diverse array of produce, from organically grown fruit and vegetables, home baked cakes, breads and biscuits to a fantastic range of cheeses, ice cream and yogurts.

It is also famous for its fresh fish, - from lobsters to mackerel, all caught in the sea off the coast of Ceredigion. Along with succulent local lamb and beef Ceredigion is a food lover’s paradise and celebrates the diversity of its regional produce.

©www.bwydceredigionfood.co.uk


What you said...

"Stunning 5* accommodation.you will not be disappointed...a hidden gem"

I booked less than 10 days before we arrived for a last minute half term break for my family,we have 4 children under 9. From the first email communication everything went smooth. The units are just as they appear in the website, 5* star, every attention to detail given, real top quality fittings and trendy....no expense spared in their superb construction to...

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