Cheap Hotels in Cardigan
Glanhelyg B&B Hotel
Llety Teifi Guesthouse Hotel
The Red Lion Hotel
Bethsaida B&B Hotel
Noyadd Trefawr Hotel
Hammet House Hotel
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Hotels in Cardigan
Cardigan lies on a tidal reach of the River Teifi at the point where Ceredigion meets Pembrokeshire. It was once the main town of the historic county of Cardiganshire and is the second largest town in present-day Ceredigion.
Wildlife and coastlines
Boasting miles of serene coastline, beautiful landscapes, sandy coves and crystal clear waters, Cardigan is home to colonies of seals, porpoise and dolphins. Explore the stunning scenery of the densely wooded Teifi Valley, which is ranked as the best sea trout river in Europe, perfect for the avid angler.
Heading north along the coastline, the series of small beaches are ideal for a serene afternoon in the sun. Mwnt, a National Trust site, is small and secluded and is an excellent area for dolphin spotting.
There's a wide area of reed beds in the West Wales Wildlife Centre, which are home to an extensive range of wildlife. Otters can be found living in the rivers, along with foxes scavenging in low water.
The whole of the Cardigan area is negotiated by lanes which are rich with wild flowers and are all interlinked by a web of footpaths. About ten miles south of Cardigan lie the Preseli Hills, an extensive range of open moorland, famous for being the site from which the stones were produced to make up Stonehenge.
There's fun for all the family in Cardigan with plenty to see and do. You can take a boat trip out on the bay to enjoy some dolphin spotting or have great fun kayaking in the sea.
Spend a day browsing through the many independent shops in the town or relax with a cup of coffee in one of the beautiful cafés. Peruse the many art galleries and studios or enjoy a wealth of local produce in some of the finest restaurants. Delve into Cardigan's rich Welsh heritage during a trip around Cilgerran Castle.
Food and drink
Welsh fare is second to none and watching it being made is a very special experience. Visits to local working flour mills, cheese makers and honey farms as well as farmers' markets are possible throughout Cardigan. These experiences give visitors the opportunity to try some tasty produce and take home some delicious gifts – if they make it as far as home, that is!
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