Guidebook for Llandysul

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Guidebook for Llandysul

Food Scene
I'm biased, because I work here, but the steaks, fresh fish and local beers are awesome! Friendly, cosy and with a stunning picture window over the beach. Check out the webcam for a sneak preview www.pentrearms.co.uk
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Pentre Arms
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I'm biased, because I work here, but the steaks, fresh fish and local beers are awesome! Friendly, cosy and with a stunning picture window over the beach. Check out the webcam for a sneak preview www.pentrearms.co.uk
Chippy on one side and restaurant on the other side. Home-made salads, burgers, vegan and veggie options. Something different, but also basics for kids. Great cakes and coffee!
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The Beach Hut
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Chippy on one side and restaurant on the other side. Home-made salads, burgers, vegan and veggie options. Something different, but also basics for kids. Great cakes and coffee!
The Patio Cafe serves home-made ice-cream and home-baked doughnuts. Enough said! Not to be missed!!
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Llangrannog Beach
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The Patio Cafe serves home-made ice-cream and home-baked doughnuts. Enough said! Not to be missed!!
Parks & Nature
Referred to in lots of articles/websites as 'secret beach, this is unfortunately no longer so much of a secret – but its inaccessibility means you can still find peace and quiet here. Walk south on the coastal path from Llangrannog and you can see Carreg y Ty from the path. When you reach the bridge over the steep ravine, carry on down to the beach instead. It's a bit of a scramble but worth it for the pristine sweep of the bay. Carreg y Ty (house rock) has a cave running through it. To the south is Carreg y Nodwydd (needle rock). Wildlife abounds. Watch out as it can be a bit of a nudie beach in warm weather! Snorkelling over Carreg y Morwynion is recommended. Isolated, so do take care.
Traeth Bach
Referred to in lots of articles/websites as 'secret beach, this is unfortunately no longer so much of a secret – but its inaccessibility means you can still find peace and quiet here. Walk south on the coastal path from Llangrannog and you can see Carreg y Ty from the path. When you reach the bridge over the steep ravine, carry on down to the beach instead. It's a bit of a scramble but worth it for the pristine sweep of the bay. Carreg y Ty (house rock) has a cave running through it. To the south is Carreg y Nodwydd (needle rock). Wildlife abounds. Watch out as it can be a bit of a nudie beach in warm weather! Snorkelling over Carreg y Morwynion is recommended. Isolated, so do take care.
A seclude cove with a few houses, a cafe and an old lime kiln. Lovely walk north to another little cove. Seal pups on the beach in the autumn (don't take the dog!). Quiet and pretty. Getting lost on the way there is part of the fun!
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Cwmtydu
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A seclude cove with a few houses, a cafe and an old lime kiln. Lovely walk north to another little cove. Seal pups on the beach in the autumn (don't take the dog!). Quiet and pretty. Getting lost on the way there is part of the fun!
Arts & Culture
Sea & Slate Gallery is located just up the road from the Ship Inn and sells artworks and craft items made exclusively by local artists. I show my jewellery work here. Ideal for gifts and cards. Tiny but beautiful!
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Llangrannog
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Sea & Slate Gallery is located just up the road from the Ship Inn and sells artworks and craft items made exclusively by local artists. I show my jewellery work here. Ideal for gifts and cards. Tiny but beautiful!
Essentials
The local garage and mini-market selling pretty much everything you could need. Run by a lovely local family and sells lots of local goodies, including welsh cakes and bread from the in-house bakery. Fresh food, alcohol, magazines and papers etc. A better bet than the village shop for essentials.
Londis
The local garage and mini-market selling pretty much everything you could need. Run by a lovely local family and sells lots of local goodies, including welsh cakes and bread from the in-house bakery. Fresh food, alcohol, magazines and papers etc. A better bet than the village shop for essentials.
Entertainment & Activities
Every Welsh schoolchild visits the Gwersyll for activity weeks. Leaflets available locally (or the website) will let you know when you can use the facilities – dry ski slope, pool, karting, gym and much more. Stunning views.
Gwersyll Yr Urdd
Every Welsh schoolchild visits the Gwersyll for activity weeks. Leaflets available locally (or the website) will let you know when you can use the facilities – dry ski slope, pool, karting, gym and much more. Stunning views.