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Dolgoch Bunkhouse
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Sleeps: 20
No of Bedrooms: 3
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Go back to basics in this affordable bunkhouse accommodation Dolgoch Bunkhouse is a traditional simple Youth Hostel without electricity, dating from the 17th century and owned by the Elenydd Wilderness Trust. Dolgoch Bunkhouse has hot showers, a self-catering kitchen/dining room, is heated by a log burner, 20 beds in three dormitories and has been refurbished to include new...

Sleeps: 20

No of Bedrooms: 3

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Tyncornel Bunkhouse
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Tyncornel Bunkhouse is ideal for those seeking basic but comfortable accommodation in a remote, rural setting. On a hillside at the head of a beautiful Valley, Tyncornel is popular with walkers, adventurous cyclists, bird watchers and those after peace and solitude in a rural retreat. Simple but comfortable accommodation with open fire and good kitchen. The nearest pubs and shops are...

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Murmur Aeron
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Sleeps: 6
No of Bedrooms: 4
Low Season: £324
High Season: £607

Murmur Aeron is located between Cardigan Bay and the Cambrian Mountains affording scenic views along the Aeron Valley. An ideal base for exploring the area, with plenty to see and do in the area for the whole family, from visits to the seaside, local attractions, activities or just to relax and get away from it all. Perfect for nature lovers, bird watchers and stargazers. Located on the edge...

Sleeps: 6

No of Bedrooms: 4

Low Season: £324

High Season: £607

Station House
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Sleeps: 4
No of Bedrooms: 2
Low Season: £280
High Season: £524

Station House, once the Station Masters House for Strata Florida Railway Station, is now a detached character holiday cottage with stunning views over Cors Caron National Nature Reserve, the Cambrian Mountains and is on the Ystwyth cycle trail. Ideal for couples, small families, nature lovers, bird watchers, walkers, cyclists and stargazers! Pets are also welcome. A great base for exploring...

Sleeps: 4

No of Bedrooms: 2

Low Season: £280

High Season: £524

 

Tregaron Tourist Information
Tregaron is a fairly rural inland market town nestled in the Teifi Valley at the foot of the Cambrian Mountains, it's set just over three miles North from the village of Llanddewi Brefi and about thirteen and a half miles East from Cardigan Bay.

Tregaron has a few shops and businesses dotted around, along with a pub and a few places to eat.

An outdoor lovers paradise
The area around Tregaron is ideal for a whole host of outdoor pursuits. If you enjoy cycling and mountain biking you will find the Teifi Valley offers lots of on and off road cycling routes as well as traffic free roads and byways, or for something a little more challenging the Cambrian Mountains awaits.

A Walkers are Welcome town
Walkers will find the surrounding countryside has plenty of trails covering a variety of distances and terrains, from the three and a half mile fairly easy grade 'Town Walk' to the more strenuous grade eleven-mile circular 'Cwm Berwyn Walk'. There are also a number of guided walks available to ensure walkers get the most out of the trails found on Tregaron's doorstep. Due to the way the town has gone out of its way to accommodate walkers, Tregaron has been awarded the Walkers are Welcome status.

Close to Tregaron is 'Cors Caron National Nature Reserve', it's home to an interesting mix of habitats including raised bog, reedbed, wet grassland, ponds, streams and patches of woodland. The nature reserve is rich in wildlife which can be seen along two circular walks, 'The Boardwalk' route runs for just over a mile across the South-east bog, and the longer 'Riverside Walk' passes directly through the heart of the reserve.

As the River Brennig meanders its way through Tregaron it then joins the renowned River Teifi less than a mile downstream from the town centre, here anglers can enjoy some superb wild brown trout fishing and some late run salmon fishing.

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