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April 2017: North Kent Coast

Although within easy reach of those leaving London every weekend, the North Kent Coast is more likely to be bypassed by pleasure seekers racing to ...More
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The Ship Inn Tresaith, CARDIGAN

The Ship Inn Tresaith
The Ship Inn is a friendly & welcoming place to stay, eat & drink. Perfect for those weekend breaks. All rooms offer amazing views of the beach which is only ... More Prices from £99.0

Craig-y-Nos Bed and Breakfast, CARDIGAN

Craig-y-Nos Bed and Breakfast
Craig-y-Nos Bed and Breakfast maintains the highest standards of accommodation. We understand that good sleep is important. Only 200 thread count pure cotton sheets, goose down duvets and feather pillows ... More Prices from £55.0

Noyadd Trefawr, Cardigan

Noyadd Trefawr
Noyadd Trefawr is a very special place, a true escape. Come & experience the utter peace, punctuated by the cooing of doves, the light swoosh of breeze through branches & ... More Prices from £70.0

Caemorgan Mansion, Cardigan

Caemorgan Mansion
Caemorgan Mansion,graded 5 star by Visit Wales and AA and winner of the AA BEST GUEST ACCOMMODATION 2016/2017 is set in its own grounds, offering luxuriously appointed bedrooms making your ... More Prices from £95.0

Glanhelyg B&B, Llechryd

Glanhelyg B&B
Glanhelyg is a friendly family run Bed and Breakfast in a quiet but convenient location three miles from the small popular town of Cardigan in West Wales. The large Victorian ... More Prices from £60.0

Allt y Rheini Boutique Bed and Breakfast, Cardigan

Allt y Rheini Boutique Bed and Breakfast
Allt y Rheini is a Grade II listed Georgian Mansion that provides traditional luxury and comfort with a modern twist. Set in grounds of four and a half acres, the ... More Prices from £85.00

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