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Based on a 7 night stay
Llandysul, West Wales
Cardigan (6.5mls NE), West Wales
Llandysul (3mls SW), West Wales
Tresaith, West Wales
Cardigan (8mls E), West Wales
Llandysul (2.5mls SW), West Wales
Llandysul (2mls SW), West Wales
Cardigan (1.5mls NW), West Wales
Nantgaredig, West Wales
Cardigan (9mls SE), West Wales
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The small rural village of Coed Y Bryn sits just 12 miles due east from the coastal town of Cardigan in Ceredigion.
This peaceful area is in an excellent position for those wishing to see the best of Wales: in minutes visitors can explore the Ceredigion's coast of sandy beaches as well as the northern section of the gorgeous Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, both popular for their coastal walks, surfing, and dolphins sightings. After that, take a day trip to Brecon Beacons, which is about an hour away, for fantastic walking, cycling and pony-trekking across its mountains.
Based on a 7 night stay
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