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Llangrannog,Ceredigion Heritage Coast, Mid Wales - Blog 64

By keef & annie, Sep 15 2013 04:42PM

Mid Wales, Not The Motorhome trip No2 : September 7th – September 14th 2013


Didn’t take the motor home this time as stayed at wonderful Seaview cottage in Llangrannog , Ceredigion overlooking the bay inspired by Saint Grannog. Went with Craig, Leanne, Bill & Lady dog and had the most wonderful time, weather mixed but better than can be expected for that time of year and good food and company for the whole week, not to mention the home made ice creams from the beach café, yummy!. Visited most beaches from Cardigan to Aberystwyth, including Aberaeron, New Quay, Poppit Sands, Penbryn, Aberporth to mention a few. Nice welsh pint of David Davis in the Pentre (old welsh word for village centre) Arms.

Craig & Leanne walked around the coastal path from Llangrannog to Penbryn on the last day with doggie and we drove and met them there parking in the NT car park with very nice coffee shop and memorable kitten who was definitely not best mates with lady! Hee hee.

Will definitely bring the campervan back to this area, just so beautiful but will need to take care of some of the very steep and narrow roads, not really suitable for a large motorhome but ours will probably be OK.

Anyone else have any Motorhome / RV experiences on the Ceredigion Heritage coast they want to share?

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Views from St Grannog lookout, Pen Rhip, Llangrannog
Views from St Grannog lookout, Pen Rhip, Llangrannog
Sep 15 2013 04:47PM by keef

a fab hols

Mar 22 2019 11:16AM by <a href="">Jobs in Wales</

Great natural view of Wales. No wonder the tourist season generate quite a bit of income and seasonal jobs all the tourists come and view the beauty of the Welsh coast.

Mar 22 2019 04:32PM by keefhellinger

so agree that Wales is stunning, bit of a spammy post tho' best wishes motorhome-travels uk

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