Castell Malgwyn Hotel

Llechryd, Cardigan, Ceredigion, Wales, SA43 2QA, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Llechryd, Cardigan, is near National Coracle Centre and River Teifi.
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Travel Blogs from Cardigan

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A travel blog entry by carl_jayne on Sep 26, 2014

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... Camping on the farm and decided it was as good a place as any for the night. A little expensive for our taste but its about location, location, location. Its a beautiful evening and Jayne has cooked a superb Moroccan chicken dish. To go with it, well back to the mint from earlier and Mojitos all round. Just sat out doors enjoying the last of the days sunshine before heading north again tomorrow. ...

Coast path completed

A travel blog entry by twovines on Sep 15, 2014

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... lucky to have walked this path without a single drop of rain. On the first leg in June we had so much sunshine that we were almost wishing for a downpour to cool us down. The Indian summer this September was a real bonus. The sea was cold but the dips superb - wouldn't have missed them for the world. And don't forget, walking is such is a sociable experience - nearly everyone will say hello and stop for a chat. It was a real pleasure to meet 'John from The ...

Ceibwr to St Dogmaels

A travel blog entry by twovines on Sep 14, 2014

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This morning marks the last stretch of the walk although the guide book warns that we have the highest climb of the entire coast path here. We pick Mick up on our way past Newport.

We arrive back at the narrow glacial valley of Ceibwr. We see geese flying south in the time honoured V-shape formation. Crossing the beach and over a sturdy slate bridge, we steel ourselves for the steep and long climb up to Pen Castell. There is supposed to be a fort ...

Newport to Ceibwr

A travel blog entry by twovines on Sep 13, 2014

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... the direction of Carreg Bicca, an iconic lump of stone sitting in the sea and then it's downwards on a scary and slippery descent towards Bwn Bach. Looking back, the path looks practically vertical! The descents, though steep, do ease off a little as we approach an area of erosion at Careg Yspar - very photogenic. And now, rounding a corner and making another steep descent, we happen upon a real gem of a place - Pwll y Wrach (the Witch's Cauldron). It's actually a collapsed cave ...

Fishguard to Newport

A travel blog entry by twovines on Sep 12, 2014

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... the other direction we can clearly see today's goal...Newport Sands...and a good deal further along tomorrow's route. Now we make our way back down the Head, passing Needle Rock and arriving at the picturesque village of Cwm-y-Eglwys in time for a late lunch. We stop to examine the remains of a ruined church and half a graveyard - the rest was swallowed up by the sea during a terrible storm in 1859. More of the graveyard was lost in 1979. There are some gorgeous ...