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The first daffodils are in bloom here in Cwmtydu - unfortunately not ours but they won't be long!
See Ceredigion on TV
Hinterland the "Celtic Noir" crime thriller is returning for another series based in and around Aberystwyth it offers viewers the chance to see what this area has to offer. The Ceredigion coast has craggy cliffs, quiet smugglers' coves - such as here at Cwmtydu, sandy coves and beaches and pebble reefs frequented by seabirds, seals and dolphins. The Cardigan Bay panorama to the mountains and islands of Snowdonia is a tonic for the soul.
No wonder a site on the Ceredigion coast was chosen as a place for DCI Mathias to escape to, and to blow away the city cobwebs!
Why not book your stay NOW
The Coastal Path between Cwmtydu and Llangrannog has been reopened. The section was closed due to a landslip during last winter's wet weather and now once again our guests will be able to enjoy the magnificent views across Cardigan Bay to Snowdonia, the Cambrian Mountains and the Lleyn.
Restoration of Cardigan Castle due for completion spring 2015.
As well as restoring the building to its former glory the project will also see the creation of a permanent exhibition centre, events garden, restaurant, luxury accommodation and wedding venue to ensure a sustainable future for the site.
It is expected to become one of the top tourist attractions in Wales and aims to attract more than 30,000 visitors in its first year, bringing a much-needed boost to local businesses and the wider economy.
Be among the first to visit thius historical site. Read more at
Complimentary case of wine with each booking for weekend / short break in December January and February.