High-end meets heritage at our Castle’s first class luxury accommodation. Stay in our contemporary, river-view B&B rooms and enjoy a locally-sourced, traditional Welsh breakfast at our on-site restaurant, 1176. On your doorstep, you’ll find two acres of glorious grounds and panoramic river views. Step outside of the historic walls and you’ll be in the heart of the quaint market town of Cardigan – the perfect base to explore Ceredigion and Pembrokeshire.
37 properties in or near to Ceredigion
Beili Neuadd has something for everyone. From a party with all your friends or a family celebration, to a cycling or walking holiday through this beautiful area, the variety of accommodation we have gives a great choice for those wishing to self cater in a high quality bunkhouse, to those looking for a treat by staying in the beautiful old farmhouse. Home produced pork and freshly laid free range eggs feature in our breakfasts.
Recently under new ownership, The Elan Hotel has undergone a complete refurbishment, and is now able to welcome guests into its 6 bedroom en-suite accommodation. Offering a comfortable and relaxing home from home experience.
Melin Pandy is a restored woollen mill located on the edge of Newcastle Emlyn which has been converted to 4 star quality B&B. In front of the house there is ample parking for guests. The three guest rooms are located on the ground floor, there are two double rooms and one twin room. They are appointed with quality Oak furniture and decorated to a high standard. All the rooms have spacious en-suites, flat screen TV, hospitality tray, hairdryer, clock radio, toiletries and free Wi-Fi.
Melyn-y-Gors B&B is situated in the Hamlet of Cwmtydu, just a short stroll from the National Trust cove of Cwmtydu, with a beach, rocks, caves & cliff top paths with stunning views. Melyn-y-Gors B&B Cwmtydu has 3 en suite rooms & also has the Terrace Cafe/takeaway serving snacks & drinks during the season. Village & town amenities are within easy driving distance, as are larger seaside resorts & visitor attractions. Cwmtydu is located between Llangranog & New Quay on the Ceredigion coastal path.
The Cambrian Inn & Restaurant is a family run restaurant and bar situated in a quiet position on the outskirts New Quay. With splendid views of Cardigan Bay, under the personal supervision of Steve and Gaynor, you're assured a warm welcome and a pleasant stay.
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Bronfelin and Troed y Rhiw Holiday Cottages are located in the Heart of Wales, with glorious views over the Ifron Valley. Newly renovated they are perfect base to explore Mid Wales with its magnificent castles, mountains and scenery.
Pwllgwilym Bed and Breakfast (B&B) are situated two miles from Builth Wells in the lovely village of Cilmery, in Mid Wales. we have 3 spacious rooms with en-suite, sitting out area all with wonderful views, surrounded by a 60 acre farm with lovely views. Our B & B has 3 en-suite rooms 2 large superking/single or family room & one king size. Glyndwr is our downstairs room has good wheelchair access. A good hearty breakfast awaits you in the morning using all local produce when available.
Our charming 18th Century Guest House, situated in the 'old town' area of the rural market town of Rhayader, with the River Wye just 3-4 minutes walk away. Rhayader is known as the gateway to the 'Lakeland of Wales'. We provide the perfect base from which to explore this magnificent area with its mountains, valleys, woods and lakes.
The George Borrow Hotel is a 10 bedroom 17th century, family ran hotel set in the stunning Cambrian Mountains of Mid Wales. The Hotel facilities include:- Guest Lounge. 2 Bars, Restaurant, Beer Garden with stunning views,Darts, Pool,
Relax in the idyllic countryside setting of our luxury guest house. Set within a converted farm building, this relaxing countryside retreat is immersed within the peaceful surroundings of the picturesque Eleri Valley. Llety Ceiro is the ideal retreat for keen walkers, bird watchers and cyclists. Our guest house has been equipped to the highest standards in order to ensure your visit is as pleasurable as it is memorable. A warm welcome awaits you, so what're you waiting for?
Y Talbot has been sensitively restored under new ownership to provide high quality accomodation in the picturesque market town of Tregaron, Ceredigion. This historic Inn offers excellent, locally sourced food and ales as well as a warm Croeso from its largely Welsh speaking staff. The surrounding mountains and rolling countryside offer excellent walking, cycling, shooting and fishing.There are also numerous sites of historic interest within close proximity. Awarded AA Rosette 2016.
The Mount is a family owned 12th century inn in the heart of Wales. We have nine en-suite rooms including family, quad, triple, double and twin rooms and one with disabled access and bathroom. All rooms include a home cooked breakfast. We also serve freshly made food at lunch and dinner time every day using quality local ingredients to make scrumptious dishes. Real ales, wines, ciders and lagers are available from the bar as well as a range of other drinks to suit all tastes.
Merwerydd, Aberaeron, Cardigan Bay, West Wales. Contemporary comfortable guest accommodation with friendly hosts providing a quality service. Panoramic sea views and stunning sunsets. Close to the colourful Georgian harbour town of Aberaeron with Festivals and Events and the safe sandy beaches of New Quay with its Dolphins. A short walk to the coastal path network. B & B or private apartment with Hot Tub (min 2 night stay) TRIP ADVISOR CERTIFICATE OF EXCELLENCE winner 2013-2016
Ty Morgans over looks the beautiful historic town of Rhayader. The rooms have been named after items that are assosiated with Rhayader and its surroundings such as the Elan Valley Dams.
It is the ideal bed and breakfast base for walkers, fishermen, cyclists, nature and history lovers
Ffynonwen is a family run guest house set in the secluded countryside and surrounded by fields. Only mile from the sea, a short 20 minute walk. The 300-year-old farmhouse has been updated to provide comfortable holiday, with bed, breakfast and accommodation all within a traditional setting. We are also pet friendly, with a local pet friendly beaches.
In Britain's smallest town between the Cambrian Mountains & the Brecon Beacons, we offer the opportunity to stay in the undiscovered 'Welsh Lake District'. A family owned and run Victorian listed building, we have aimed to preserve the traditional ambience of the hotel. Our rooms are all individual, and some would say quirky, with sloping floors and doors that sometimes stick, but they are homely, comfortable and clean.
Glasfryn was built in 1890, originally as a vicarage. In later years the house was used as a doctors surgery. We are a 4 Star Rated visit Wales Accredited accommodation. Guests have 24 hour access and use of the garden to relax in. The coast and mountains are in easy reach. Glasfryn now has a self catering cotage which sleeps 4.