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A great place to visit...
Lampeter is less than 5 miles from Teifi View. A small market town, with its boutique shops, bustling streets and a vast array of Cafe's, a lot of which are dog friendly, it is definitely worth a visit.
Keep an eye out for local food and beer festivals, markets and country shows.
This University town also has the nearest Supermarket, including Sainsbury's and an excellent Butchers shop. You will find an array of banks and pharmacies here.
The Ceredigion Coast
SIMPLY STUNNING WITH LOTS TO EXPLORE
A visit to the Ceredigion Coastline is an absolute must. We throughly recommend Newquay, Aberaeron and Llangrannog, all quaint, colourful fishing towns with an excellent choice of restaurants, cafes and some very good fish and chip shops. Enjoy their beaches and coastal paths and why not take a boat trip around the cove where you will see a vast array of wildlife including dolphins and seals. The slide above entitled 'The Power of Adventure' shows a section of the Ceredigion Coastal path.
MOUNTAIN BIKING ... BRECHFA
Boasting an array of red, green, blue and black trails, with climbs and descents stretching over 19km, Brechfa Trails are a must for any keen cyclists or for an active family day out. There are plenty of picnic benches , and some lovely little country pubs nearby too. Also check out Gwernogle mountain biking trails, only 15 minutes away from Teifi View. Brechfa is approximately 25 mintues away. It is also perfect for dog walking.
HORSE RIDING and CANOEING
Learn how to canoe on the beautiful River Teifi, or improve your existing skills at Llandysul Paddlers, only 15 minutes away.
Enjoy the freedom of riding across the spectacular Cambrian Mountains with Caeiago or Blanca Trekking Centres, both within 20 minutes of Teifi View.
Something for everyone
There are plenty of places to visit. Here are a few more that we recommend ...
You can take a trip to Dolcaucothi Gold mines and visit the Dolaucothi Arms afterwards for some great pub food.
We also recommend a visit to the Jen Jones Welsh Quilt Centre in Lampeter, the Woollen Museum at Drefach Velindre, Caehir Gardens and Llanarchaeron Country House near Aberaeron, Dinefwr Castle and Park (a favourite of mine!) and Carreg Cennen Castle near Llandeilo.
Being centrally located, Teifi View is also a perfect base for exploring some more of West Wales' most spectacular attractions. Pembrokeshire with its beautiful seaside towns of Tenby and Saundersfoot are just over an hour away, and for a slightly longer day out, maybe take a trip to Gower.
If you enjoy walking, the Ceredigion mountains and Brecon Beacons are a must. Take a look at Llyn Y Fan (slide 'Make it happen'), which is around 35 minutes away, or maybe take a walk up Penyfan, the highest peak in Southern Britain.
There really is something for everyone ...
Shops, Takeaways, a village Pub and Country Walks, right from the doorstep of your cottage.
Teifi View is situated on the edge of the village of Llanybydder. A regular bus route runs from the main road, only a minute away, and if you turn to your left as you leave your cottage you can walk right up to Llanllwni Mountain where you will find some beautiful views. It is also perfect for dog walking.
There are local shops selling groceries, beer and wine, a 5 minute walk from your door, and a great little bakery, along with The Cross Hands, the Village Pub, which also serves food.
There is also a local park and an indoor children's play area called Little M'zzz, all only a few minutes walk away.
Take a walk along the River Teifi and enjoy the tranquility at Cenarth Falls. Famed for its beautiful waterfalls and age old coracle fishing, you will watch salmon and trout jumping for flies and why not have a coffee or a meal in the village pubs. Cenarth is approximately 25 minutes from Teifi View.