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Things to do

If you can drag yourself away from Y Bwthyn, you must explore the surrounding area. The pretty seaside town of New Quay with the famous Dolphin trips and the beautiful scenery of the coastline also there are a selection of little shops, cafés, pubs and restaurants, and also the Marine Wildlife Centre. There are plenty of lovely sandy beaches to explore in the area, New Quay has no less than four, and many are dog friendly all year round if you are bringing your family dog on holiday with you.
Nearby, lovely Llangrannog, Tresaith, and Penbryn with the beautiful sandy beach, also have pubs and restaurants overlooking the beach. So whatever the weather you can enjoy a meal and soak up the views.

The county town of Cardigan and the university town of Aberystwyth are definitely worth a visit, both with castles and the latter with a pier, promenade and the Vale of Rheidol Steam train. Or the Cliff Railway. Make sure you visit the colourful Georgian harbour town of Aberaeron, with its lovely town walks or sit on the harbour wall enjoying Fish and Chips or the famous Honey Ice Cream. Or indulge in one of the first class restaurants at Aberaeron.

West Wales is a haven for walkers, cyclists and those who enjoy any kind of outdoor pursuit. National Trust owned Llanerchaeron, Visit the mansion to take you back in time or walk or Cycle the Cycle path to Aberaeron, also the internationally known Llandysul Paddlers Canoe Centre and the West Wales Karting Centre. If you are after serious mountain biking, you can take to the muddy tracks at Bwlch Nant-yr.-Arian, Aberystwyth

Come and stay at Y Bwthyn and be sure of a ’Croeso Cynnes’, or a warm Welsh welcome; you won’t be disappointed.