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Devil's Bridge Tourist Information
Home to the famous Devils Bridge Falls

Devil's Bridge is an inland village positioned about five miles drive North from the village of Ysbyty Ystwyth, and just under twelve miles East from the seaside resort of Aberystwyth.

The village is set amid beautiful yet rugged countryside at the head of the Rheidol Valley, where you'll find a licensed tea rooms with a gift shop and a hotel with a restaurant and bar. A must-visit place whilst in the village is 'Sarah's Chocolate Shop', where Sarah (an award-winning chocolatier) and her team produce and sell a broad range of luxury chocolates.

Without a shadow of a doubt, the pièce de résistance for the village is the famous Devil's Bridge Falls, it features three bridges each built on top of one another and a very photogenic 300ft drop waterfall. There are two beautiful walks which take in the rich flora and fauna found in the area surrounding the waterfalls, the longer of the two is a walk of least 45 minutes and takes in a nature trail, waterfalls and the three bridges. The shorter walk of about 10 minutes is known as the punchbowl and three bridges, this heads down to the river, upstream of the waterfalls, where you'll be able to see how the River Mynach has eaten its way into the rock over the years forming large pot holes.

Devil's Bridge village is the final stop along the The Vale of Rheidol Railway, which transports passengers on an hour-long nostalgic steam train journey between Aberystwyth and Devil's Bridge.

The Rheidol Valley has lots of tracks and trails covering a range of terrains that are well suited for mountain bike riders, cyclists and walkers. 'The Rheidol Cycleway' provides cyclists with a trail of mainly quiet back roads and dedicated cycle routes between Aberystwyth and Devil's Bridge village. If you're a mountain biker who's up for a challenge, the 'Nant y Arian Forest Trails' will test your skills to the max as you're taken on high-level wilderness bike riding through a variety of rugged terrains including water crossings, rocky descents and mountain climbs.

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