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Tel code: 01974 | code search
Postcode: SY23 | code search
Population: 1500
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Penrhos Golf & Country Club
"Good Points: Excellent Breakfast, lovely and quiet, makes you want to take up golf. General review: superb

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The small village of Llanrhystud is 11 miles north-east of Newquay on the A487. Llanrhystud is of particular interest archaeologists visiting the two former hill forts: Castell Bach and Castell Mawr. These sites which lie near the confluence of the rivers Wyre and Carrog are separated by a valley - site of a bloody ancient battle and hence known as known as “the dell of slaughter” For those who want to explore Welsh history further, ruined Caer Penrhos a C12th castle also lies close by. If this sounds a little like hard work, the local beach at Llanrhystud can be ideal for windsurfing, swimming and general lolling about as it possible to park right on the pebble bank behind the beach. You can get to the beach from a little road heading towards the coast, just south of the village. Penrhos golf and country club is also near .This championship standard course offers opportunities for nine or eighteen holes. If the children are too young for golf, they might enjoy a trip to local Fantasy Farm. Many families choose to stay either at Morfa Farm Caravan Park or a more traditional Country House B& B such as Penycastell Farm.

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Morfa Farm Caravan Park
Penrhos Holiday Park

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Penrhos Golf & Country Club

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Penrhos Holiday Park


Llanrhystud Country Market

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Black Lion Hotel


Capel Seion Primary School
Ysgol Gynradd Wirfoddol Myfenydd

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Conrah Country House Hotel (5.03 miles)

Conrah Country House Hotel
A 5-minute drive from Aberystwyth, the Conrah Hotel is set in 18 acres of beautiful Welsh countryside and has great food and service, and a warm atmosphere. Local, fresh produce is used to create modern British ... More | visit website
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Ty Gwyn Guesthouse (6.00 miles)

Ty Gwyn Guesthouse

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Tŷ Gwyn Guest House offers 4 star bed and breakfast accommodation in Aberaeron. Situated just a few hundred metres from the sea, Tŷ Gwyn boasts 3 en-suite bedrooms, a spacious ... More

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Ty Mawr Mansion Country House (6.47 miles)

Ty Mawr Mansion Country House

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Winner of the AA Guest Accommodation Award for Wales for 2007-2008Beautifully restored Country House in 12 acres of Grounds. Luxurious bedrooms and bathrooms. All rooms have free broadand access, LCD ... More

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Feathers Royal Hotel (6.47 miles)

Feathers Royal Hotel

The Feathers Royal Hotel has a strong tradition of hospitality. As the focal point of the picturesque Georgian seaside harbour town of Aberaeron on the beautiful Cardigan Bay Coast, the hotel was originally built in ... More | visit website

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Castle Hotel (6.54 miles)

Castle Hotel
The Castle Hotel offers the finest selection of food and drinks from it's Bar and Restaurant together with newly refurbished accommodation makes this the perfect place for your stay in Wales. We have 6 ... More | visit website
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Monachty Hotel (6.56 miles)

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The Monachty Hotel is a friendly Inn in the centre of Aberaeron. Overlooking the River Aeron to the rear, you can sit and relax on our terrace with a ... More

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TyGlyn (6.57 miles)

Welcome to TyGlyn. Set in the heart of Ceredigion, located in an unspoilt area with magnificent views down the Aeron valley. An independent family-owned business, the TyGlyn prides itself on its competitive prices, friendly, informal ... More | visit website
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Lima House (6.89 miles)

Lima House
Lima House like many of the grade 2 listed buildings in Aberaeron was built around 1850. Many of the houses in the town are named after ships that were built there and Lima House is ... More | visit website
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Belgrave House (8.00 miles)

Belgrave House

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Overlooking the seafront from the promenade, this 4-star guest house has easy access to the shops and is a short walk from the railway station. Open for over 12 months, the hotel ... More

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Belle Vue Royal Hotel (8.04 miles)

Belle Vue Royal Hotel

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Boasting stunning views over Cardigan Bay, this 3-star hotel is situated on Aberyswyth's Victorian promenade, just a short walk from the town centre, train station and coastal path. Both the restaurant and ... More

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