Cardigan

Cardigan on the Teifi Estuary is a small town with a big place in history, venue for the first National Eisteddfod, site of a Welsh rather than English-invader castle, with some fine stretches of coast either side of it... Read More

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August
Tresaith Annual Regatta
October
Cardigan Purple Dragon Story Festival
The Celtic Festival of Samhain
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Hotels in Cardigan - 11 places to stay

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Webley Hotel

Webley Hotel
Simon and Sandra wish to extend a very warm welcome to all our guests As your hosts at one of West Wales most beautiful locations we invite you to come and enjoy a truly memorable ... More | Double Room: 65 | visit website
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Cliff Hotel & Spa

Cliff Hotel & Spa

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This renowned hotel boasts one of the most breathtaking views and marine locations in Wales, overlooking Cardigan Bay, the rugged coastline, the Teifi Estuary and the broad sweep of Poppit Sands. The ... More

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Castell Malgwyn Hotel

Castell Malgwyn Hotel

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Castell Malgwyn Country House Hotel is one of Wales' best kept secrets. Relaxed atmosphere. Enjoy an outstanding meal in our lovely restaurant accompanied by a fine wine. Try flyfishing.

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Penrallt Hotel

Penrallt Hotel

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The Penrallt Hotel near Cardigan is an impressive Edwardian Mansion House set amidst 42 acres of grounds in a peaceful location overlooking the stunning Blue Flag beaches of Aberporth Bay Easily accessed ... More

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Quackers Bistro

Quackers Bistro

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A warm welcome awaits you at Quackers Bistro which is situated within the popular Morlan Hotel in Aberporth. Open 7 days a week for lunches, takeaways, evening meals and Sunday ... More

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