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Guidebook for Llangybi

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Guidebook for Llangybi

Food Scene
This stylish seafront bar has huge windows looking straight out on to Cardigan Bay - and a tempting menu featuring simply cooked local produce and a highly original pizza selection.
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Baravin
1 Marine Terrace
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This stylish seafront bar has huge windows looking straight out on to Cardigan Bay - and a tempting menu featuring simply cooked local produce and a highly original pizza selection.
Woodfired handmade pizza, salad, cake, coffee, local craft beer and wine is on offer here in riverside courtyard.
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Pizzatipi
1 Cambrian Quay
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Woodfired handmade pizza, salad, cake, coffee, local craft beer and wine is on offer here in riverside courtyard.
Located on the harbour front in Aberystwyth, Pysgoty is a small licensed cafe-bar specialising in fish and seafood dishes, served in a relaxed atmosphere, caught by Aberystwyth fishermen in Cardigan Bay whenever possible. The outdoor seating area boasts panoramic views of Cardigan Bay and the Rheidol river, and catches stunning sunsets.
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Pysgoty
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Located on the harbour front in Aberystwyth, Pysgoty is a small licensed cafe-bar specialising in fish and seafood dishes, served in a relaxed atmosphere, caught by Aberystwyth fishermen in Cardigan Bay whenever possible. The outdoor seating area boasts panoramic views of Cardigan Bay and the Rheidol river, and catches stunning sunsets.
Ultracomida is a small, independent chain of shops specialising in food from Wales, Spain and France.
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Ultracomida
31 Pier St
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Ultracomida is a small, independent chain of shops specialising in food from Wales, Spain and France.
The creation of Medina was inspired by people like the wonderful Ottolenghi, and by the foods Medina herself loves to cook and eat at home. Medina has a very informal cafe vibe, delicious fresh food served all day, great coffee, beautiful Chinese loose teas - and it's fully licensed of course. As well as fantastic savoury dishes, Cheuk and the team whip up lots of home made cakes and desserts - and plenty of home baked bread too - the focaccia is delicious! What makes Medina extra special is that absolutely everything is available to take away, from beautiful meringues and cakes, to filling salads and mezze, a wonderful home cooked alternative to the usual take away dinners!
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Medina
14 Cambrian Pl
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The creation of Medina was inspired by people like the wonderful Ottolenghi, and by the foods Medina herself loves to cook and eat at home. Medina has a very informal cafe vibe, delicious fresh food served all day, great coffee, beautiful Chinese loose teas - and it's fully licensed of course. As well as fantastic savoury dishes, Cheuk and the team whip up lots of home made cakes and desserts - and plenty of home baked bread too - the focaccia is delicious! What makes Medina extra special is that absolutely everything is available to take away, from beautiful meringues and cakes, to filling salads and mezze, a wonderful home cooked alternative to the usual take away dinners!
Fish and chips with a twist! Why not try something different with Salt and Pepper Squid, Battered Scallops, Tempura King Prawns or your faithful old Cod or Haddock and Chips? All served with our Homemade Tartare Sauce and Lemon Wedge. We've got tasty veggie options like Deep Fried Halloumi too! We also have really lovely freshly ground coffee to go.
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The Lime Crab
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Fish and chips with a twist! Why not try something different with Salt and Pepper Squid, Battered Scallops, Tempura King Prawns or your faithful old Cod or Haddock and Chips? All served with our Homemade Tartare Sauce and Lemon Wedge. We've got tasty veggie options like Deep Fried Halloumi too! We also have really lovely freshly ground coffee to go.
Traditional ice-cream parlour specialising in handmade gelato, panini, baguettes, smoothies, milkshakes and fair-trade coffee.
Creme Pen Cei
Traditional ice-cream parlour specialising in handmade gelato, panini, baguettes, smoothies, milkshakes and fair-trade coffee.
The Plwmp Tart is a local cafe, just 5 mins walk from the beach at Penbryn, serving light lunches, home baked cakes and great coffee.
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The Plwmp Tart
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The Plwmp Tart is a local cafe, just 5 mins walk from the beach at Penbryn, serving light lunches, home baked cakes and great coffee.
Fully licensed sit-down restaurant and takeaway.
Lloyd's Fish and Chips
4 Bridge St
Fully licensed sit-down restaurant and takeaway.
Artisan bread baked fresh on the premises; speciality coffee, tea, home made cake and good food.
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Bara Menyn Bakehouse & Cafe
45 St Mary St
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Artisan bread baked fresh on the premises; speciality coffee, tea, home made cake and good food.
The Contis moved to Wales from Italy before the First World War. Try their award winning ice cream.
Conti's Cafe
5 Harford Square
The Contis moved to Wales from Italy before the First World War. Try their award winning ice cream.
Bright, relaxed and friendly, this pub welcomes all. Cosy wood burners, homemade pie, salads and huge gardens. Bring the dog!
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The Dolaucothi Arms
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Bright, relaxed and friendly, this pub welcomes all. Cosy wood burners, homemade pie, salads and huge gardens. Bring the dog!
Harbourside restaurant and bar serve the best of local produce at breakfast, lunch and dinner.
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Harbourmaster Hotel
1 Quay Parade
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Harbourside restaurant and bar serve the best of local produce at breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Welcoming local pub (children, dogs and muddy boots) serves good, locally sourced food in the bar, restaurant and garden.
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Y Talbot Tregaron
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Welcoming local pub (children, dogs and muddy boots) serves good, locally sourced food in the bar, restaurant and garden.
Sightseeing
2000 years ago, the Romans left behind a glimpse of gold-mining methods. The harsh mining environment continued in the 19th and 20th centuries, ending in 1938. Guided tours take you back to experience the conditions of the Roman, Victorian and 1930's underground workings. Try gold panning and enjoy the walks around this beautiful upland estate. Roman Tour - walk back in time on our Roman tour. Explore the mine and see marks left by Roman tools. Approx 1 hour. Victorian Tour - get kitted up with your hard hat and lamp and delve deep into the landscape with your guide into the Victorian works. Approx 1 hour long. Long Adit Tour - this is our shortest underground tour and is wheelchair friendly. Approx 30 minutes.
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National Trust - Dolaucothi Gold Mines
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2000 years ago, the Romans left behind a glimpse of gold-mining methods. The harsh mining environment continued in the 19th and 20th centuries, ending in 1938. Guided tours take you back to experience the conditions of the Roman, Victorian and 1930's underground workings. Try gold panning and enjoy the walks around this beautiful upland estate. Roman Tour - walk back in time on our Roman tour. Explore the mine and see marks left by Roman tools. Approx 1 hour. Victorian Tour - get kitted up with your hard hat and lamp and delve deep into the landscape with your guide into the Victorian works. Approx 1 hour long. Long Adit Tour - this is our shortest underground tour and is wheelchair friendly. Approx 30 minutes.
Da Mhile (pronounced da-vee-lay - Gaelic for two thousand) Distillery is the first, organic, farmhouse distillery in the Uk making a variety of spirits and liqueurs. Tours of the distillery with tastings. Combine with a visit to Caws Teifi (owned by the same family) next door, for award-winning artisan cheeses from the finest, locally-sourced raw milk.
Dà Mhìle Distillery
Da Mhile (pronounced da-vee-lay - Gaelic for two thousand) Distillery is the first, organic, farmhouse distillery in the Uk making a variety of spirits and liqueurs. Tours of the distillery with tastings. Combine with a visit to Caws Teifi (owned by the same family) next door, for award-winning artisan cheeses from the finest, locally-sourced raw milk.
An elegant Georgian villa, set in the wooded Aeron valley. Remarkably unaltered for over 200 years, this self-sufficient estate includes a farm, walled gardens and lake.
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Llanerchaeron - National Trust
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An elegant Georgian villa, set in the wooded Aeron valley. Remarkably unaltered for over 200 years, this self-sufficient estate includes a farm, walled gardens and lake.
Arts & Culture
Hidden gem situated on a working railway platform in the village - old ticket office, managers office and waiting room have been transformed from a derelict shell into a true representation of how they were back in the glory days of the 1900s. Free admission.
Borth Station Museum
Hidden gem situated on a working railway platform in the village - old ticket office, managers office and waiting room have been transformed from a derelict shell into a true representation of how they were back in the glory days of the 1900s. Free admission.
Housed in the fine old Colisseum Theatre (it has been described as one of the most beautiful museum interiors in Britain), the Ceredigion Museum showcases the history of Aberystwyth and the county of Ceredigion. Along with the permanent displays, the museum has a lively programme of temporary exhibitions and events. Free admission.
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Amgueddfa Ceredigion Museum
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Housed in the fine old Colisseum Theatre (it has been described as one of the most beautiful museum interiors in Britain), the Ceredigion Museum showcases the history of Aberystwyth and the county of Ceredigion. Along with the permanent displays, the museum has a lively programme of temporary exhibitions and events. Free admission.
The museum is located at the Pen-ffynnon Farmstead, a 1795 farmhouse once owned by the Lewes family. The main exhibition area is set in a traditional 18th century longhouse. Other exhibitions are located in the farmhouse stables, carthouse, Victorian kitchen, and barn. We've got something for everyone, no matter what the weather . . . from teddy bears, dolls and dolls houses to diecast cars, tinplate toys, board games, pedal cars and Action Man, as well as Barbie and Sindy. . . . Take a stroll down Memory Lane, followed by a snack in the tea-room, or an ice cream, or just enjoy the fresh air and the views, all set in 12 acres of beautiful countryside.
West Wales Museum of Childhood
The museum is located at the Pen-ffynnon Farmstead, a 1795 farmhouse once owned by the Lewes family. The main exhibition area is set in a traditional 18th century longhouse. Other exhibitions are located in the farmhouse stables, carthouse, Victorian kitchen, and barn. We've got something for everyone, no matter what the weather . . . from teddy bears, dolls and dolls houses to diecast cars, tinplate toys, board games, pedal cars and Action Man, as well as Barbie and Sindy. . . . Take a stroll down Memory Lane, followed by a snack in the tea-room, or an ice cream, or just enjoy the fresh air and the views, all set in 12 acres of beautiful countryside.
A small museum dedicated to the history of the internal combustion engine in industry over the last 100 years. The collection covers early oil engines through to gas turbines, but with the emphasis on diesel power from the 1920s to the 1960s. Exhibits are displayed in as near to the original working environment as possible, so that vistors can see, smell and hear what these engines did. The museum runs engines 7 days a week during the summer months, and by arrangement in the winter period.
Internal Fire Museum of Power
A small museum dedicated to the history of the internal combustion engine in industry over the last 100 years. The collection covers early oil engines through to gas turbines, but with the emphasis on diesel power from the 1920s to the 1960s. Exhibits are displayed in as near to the original working environment as possible, so that vistors can see, smell and hear what these engines did. The museum runs engines 7 days a week during the summer months, and by arrangement in the winter period.
Parks & Nature
Cors Caron is one of the finest raised bog systems in Britain. 12000 years ago mid-Wales was in the grip of the last Ice Age. As the climate warmed, the glaciers receded and a large shallow lake occupied this valley. A huge reed bed and woodland developed, but the climate became cooler and wetter, allowing the sphagnum mosses to invade and begin the process of building three raised bogs. For centuries the peat was cut by local people and burnt as fuel. The bogs are surrounded by a unique mix of habitats teeming with wildlife, including otters, water voles and colourful dragonflies, damselflies and butterflies. There are good paths and a boardwalk, which gives easy access for wheelchairs and families using pushchairs.
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Cors Caron National Nature Reserve
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Cors Caron is one of the finest raised bog systems in Britain. 12000 years ago mid-Wales was in the grip of the last Ice Age. As the climate warmed, the glaciers receded and a large shallow lake occupied this valley. A huge reed bed and woodland developed, but the climate became cooler and wetter, allowing the sphagnum mosses to invade and begin the process of building three raised bogs. For centuries the peat was cut by local people and burnt as fuel. The bogs are surrounded by a unique mix of habitats teeming with wildlife, including otters, water voles and colourful dragonflies, damselflies and butterflies. There are good paths and a boardwalk, which gives easy access for wheelchairs and families using pushchairs.
Bwlch Nant yr Arian Visitor Centre sits at the head of a dramatic valley and has commanding views of Cardigan Bay and the Cambrian Mountains. The visitor centre is the starting point for a range of way marked trails for walkers, mountain bikers, runners and horse riders. It is well-known for its long established tradition of daily feeding of red kites, Wales's National Bird of Prey.
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Bwlch Nant yr Arian Forest Visitor Centre
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Bwlch Nant yr Arian Visitor Centre sits at the head of a dramatic valley and has commanding views of Cardigan Bay and the Cambrian Mountains. The visitor centre is the starting point for a range of way marked trails for walkers, mountain bikers, runners and horse riders. It is well-known for its long established tradition of daily feeding of red kites, Wales's National Bird of Prey.
Shopping
The Jen Jones Welsh Quilts and Blankets Cottage Shop is located just outside the village of Llanybydder, in the heart of the Teifi Valley. Inside, upstairs and downstairs, we think you will be spoilt for choice by the deliciously colourful antique quilts, blankets, throws, shawls and so much more.
Jones Jen
The Jen Jones Welsh Quilts and Blankets Cottage Shop is located just outside the village of Llanybydder, in the heart of the Teifi Valley. Inside, upstairs and downstairs, we think you will be spoilt for choice by the deliciously colourful antique quilts, blankets, throws, shawls and so much more.
Established in 1971, Rhiannon has become one of the world's leading designers of Celtic jewellery, specialising in Welsh gold. Visit the centre and see the jewellery being made on site.
Rhiannon
Established in 1971, Rhiannon has become one of the world's leading designers of Celtic jewellery, specialising in Welsh gold. Visit the centre and see the jewellery being made on site.
A world away from the high street. Set amongst the bluebells in spring & hunkered beneath the Beech; the new Ty Zinc is the perfect destination for a full on Welsh textiles experience. A replica of the 1930s Roadmens houses it accomodates both a stock of 1000s of Welsh blankets & a Museum collection.
Jane Beck Welsh Blankets Ltd
A world away from the high street. Set amongst the bluebells in spring & hunkered beneath the Beech; the new Ty Zinc is the perfect destination for a full on Welsh textiles experience. A replica of the 1930s Roadmens houses it accomodates both a stock of 1000s of Welsh blankets & a Museum collection.
Entertainment & Activities
The Vale of Rheidol Railway is one of the Great Little Trains of Wales, running between Aberystwyth on the Cambrian coast and Devil's Bridge.
Devil's Bridge
The Vale of Rheidol Railway is one of the Great Little Trains of Wales, running between Aberystwyth on the Cambrian coast and Devil's Bridge.
Join us on a one and a half hour guided Dolphin Watching Boat Trip, leaving from the picturesque fishing village of New Quay. Learn about the local history, geology and wildlife from our marine biologist guides and knowledgeable skippers. We typically see bottle nose dolphins, a variety of seabirds, grey seals, and harbour porpoises. Occasional visitors here are sunfish, basking sharks, minke whales and even humpback whales! Sunset trips too, also SeaMor runs out of Aberaeron. Prams and dogs welcome.
SeaMor Dolphin Watching Boat Trips
Join us on a one and a half hour guided Dolphin Watching Boat Trip, leaving from the picturesque fishing village of New Quay. Learn about the local history, geology and wildlife from our marine biologist guides and knowledgeable skippers. We typically see bottle nose dolphins, a variety of seabirds, grey seals, and harbour porpoises. Occasional visitors here are sunfish, basking sharks, minke whales and even humpback whales! Sunset trips too, also SeaMor runs out of Aberaeron. Prams and dogs welcome.
Family friendly 2 and 4 hour sea fishing boat trips aboard 3 Fishes out of New Quay. The best part is you can take your catch home. One hour crab fishing trips. Free, easy to use equipment, help for beginners. Bring the dog!
Epic Fishing Trips
Family friendly 2 and 4 hour sea fishing boat trips aboard 3 Fishes out of New Quay. The best part is you can take your catch home. One hour crab fishing trips. Free, easy to use equipment, help for beginners. Bring the dog!
Mountain trails, half/full day rides, pub rides including farmhouse breakfast and tea and cake on return.
Saddle Tramps Trail Riding
Mountain trails, half/full day rides, pub rides including farmhouse breakfast and tea and cake on return.
Half/full hour hacks, half/full day pub or picnic rides. Half hour lead rein for small children.
Five Saints Riding Centre
Half/full hour hacks, half/full day pub or picnic rides. Half hour lead rein for small children.
Walking the crescent of Cardigan Bay between the Teifi and Dyfi estuaries is a very special part of the Wales Coast Path experience. The 60 mile/96km Ceredigion Coast Path takes in colourful towns and villages, hidden coves and rich wildlife.
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Ceredigion Coast Path
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Walking the crescent of Cardigan Bay between the Teifi and Dyfi estuaries is a very special part of the Wales Coast Path experience. The 60 mile/96km Ceredigion Coast Path takes in colourful towns and villages, hidden coves and rich wildlife.
Cardigan Bay Riding Centre - Family treks around farmland with views over Cardigan Bay.
Deicin Stud
Cardigan Bay Riding Centre - Family treks around farmland with views over Cardigan Bay.