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George Borrow Hotel
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George Borrow Hotel
"This is our second visit here on birdwatching holidays and the staff are very welcoming and try to make sure everybody has all they need. Whilst there are comments about ..." More

George Borrow Hotel
"Good Points: Location and friendliness was good. Bad Points: Room was fair - bed very uncomfortable and lack of plugs for kettle/hairdryer. Not too much of a problemm though. General review: ..." More

George Borrow Hotel
"Good Points: The rubber ducks in the bathroom and the nice magazines, and the fruit for breakfast, and the view of the river. Bad Points: The hotel is ALWAYS TOO HOT ..." More

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Ponterwyd is a village in the Cambrian Mountains approx 12 miles west of Aberystwyth on the A44. Many visitors come here to explore the area around Devil’s bridge with its famous waterfalls. Ponterwyd is close to the Rheidol Valley railway station, so visitors can relax as they explore the countryside but others prefer to walk or cycle. The Nant yr Arian Forest Centre has miles of wooded trails for keen mountain bikers but keen ornithologists come just for the Red Kite feeding. Others enjoy walking around the trout-stocked Nant – y – Moch reservoir. Staying on the A44 towards Aberystwyth will bring you to the Llewernog Silver-Lead mines where visitors can stay above ground to follow the miners’ trail and go panning, whilst the more daring venture underground on a forty five minute cap-lamp tour. There are many places to stay in the area around Ponterwyd but any horse loving families could consider staying at the holiday cottage attached to The Ponterwyd Stud as this is often considered to be the home of Welsh Mountain Ponies. Ponterwyd itself has some interesting historical architecture; at its heart is “Hen Bont” an C18th bridge and adjacent is a late Georgian chapel with interesting features.

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George Borrow Hotel (0.33 miles)

George Borrow Hotel

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Set in the heart of the Cambrian Mountains, our 17th Century inn generates warmth and ambiance for that special break. 10 miles from the coastal and university town of Aberystwyth, see ... More

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Dyffryn Castell Hotel (0.88 miles)

Dyffryn Castell Hotel
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This is a family run hotel in the heart of the scenic Cambrian mountains of central Wales. Dyffryn Castell is a family run hotel in the ... More
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Hafod Hotel (2.51 miles)

Hafod Hotel

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Originally built as a hunting lodge in the 1700’s, The Hafod Hotel stands alongside the “Devil’s Bridge” at the head of the dramatic waterfalls and the ... More | visit website
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Llety Ceiro Country Guest House (8.24 miles)

Llety Ceiro Country Guest House
Relax in the idyllic countryside setting of the Eleri Valley,Llety Ceiro is the ideal retreat for keen walkers, cyclists and bird watchers. Llety Ceiro offer you a licensed bar, private car parking facilities. We are ... More | visit website
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Parc Teifi Holiday Cottages (8.95 miles)

Parc Teifi Holiday Cottages
Parc Teifi luxury holiday bungalows are set in a peacefull location next to the River Teifi in the county of Ceridigion, West Wales. Nesteling alongside the River Teifi, each of the 10 holiday homes has ... More | visit website
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Plas Mawr (9.97 miles)

Plas Mawr

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Plas Mawr, Eglwysfach is a Georgian country house in the heart of the Dyfi Valley. We offer excellent accommodation in three rooms; all have new modern en-suites, flat screen free ... More

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The Old Vicarage (10.03 miles)

The Old Vicarage

The Old Vicarage is a late Victorian property, set in its own gardens. We offer en-suite rooms with full facilities, evening meals and a licensed bar.We have a varied menu and serve an excellent breakfast. We provide safe ... More | visit website

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North Road serviced Apartments (10.09 miles)

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A LUXURY SECOND FLOOR APARTMENT OVERLOOKING THE TOWN AND SEA JUST A SHORT WALK FROM THE TOWN CENTRE. A FULLY EQUIPED KITCHEN. TWO BEDROOMS. TWO BATHROOMS DINING/LOUNGE AREALEADING TO A ... More

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Harry's Restaurant Hotel (10.19 miles)

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A residence with a sense of elegance, Harry’s is conveniently located in the heart of Aberystwyth near the waterfront, train station and shopping centre; an ideal choice for any visit. With a ... More

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Ynyshir Hall (10.21 miles)

Ynyshir Hall
Ynyshir Hall is set amongst breathtaking scenery in the secret heart of Wales. Surrounded by mountains that were once the refuge of the Celtic Princes and graced by valleys of infinite shades of green, ... More | visit website

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