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Towns and Villages
ABERAERON

Aberaeron is picture postcard pretty with its colourful Georgian style houses and graceful architecture. Built in the early 1800s, Aberaeron is one of Wales's first ‘planned’ towns, and the brainchild of the Rev Alban Jones-Gwynne.
Aberaeron is a popular centre for yachting and a great place to explore the wildlife of Ceredigion's Maritime Heritage Coast - the first offshore conservation area of its kind in the United Kingdom.

The closest town to the centre, Aberaeron is just 4 miles away and as such is the most convenient place to visit, eat out and shop.

With a petrol station, shops & convenience stores and a variety of restaurants & take-aways Aberaeron should provide most things that you may require during your stay.

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ABERYSTWYTH

Aberystwyth is a lively university town, Victorian seaside resort complete with promenade and pier, a lovely place to visit to explore the Wales Coast Path along Cardigan Bay.
Aberystwyth has an annual programme of international and community cultural and sporting events.

Enjoy the natural spectacles of Aberystwyth's stunning sunsets, dramatic seascapes and famous winter starling murmurations.

Spot people 'kicking the bar’ - a quirky tradition exercised at the end of the Promenade at the foot of Constitution Hill.

Aberystwyth University was established in 1872 in a seafront building now known affectionately as the 'Old College'.

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CARDIGAN

Cardigan (in Welsh: Aberteifi-mouth of the Teifi) is a historic market town with a castle at a strategic point on the river Teifi.
Cardigan has a vibrant contemporary arts and crafts scene, a lively shopping centre with independent shops, galleries and markets, and a spectacular coast nearby to explore.

Henry VIII granted Cardigan its charter in 1543 and by the 18th century Cardigan was the most important seaport in southern Wales.

It had a thriving herring and shipbuilding industry and its merchant fleet carried fish, slate, bricks, bark for tanning, corn and ale.

Cardigan was also a major embarkation point for emigrants to the New World.

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