Destinations | Places to Visit in Mid & West Coast Wales

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  1. Address

    Crickhowell, Powys, NP8 1AA

    Telephone

    01873 853254

    Crickhowell

    The historic town of Crickhowell lies on the River Usk on the southern edge of the Black Mountains in the Eastern part of the Brecon Beacons National Park.

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  2. Address

    Gwynedd, LL23 7AD

    Telephone

    01286 679686

    Bala - home to the largest natural lake in Wales, surrounded by the peaks of Aran Benllyn, Arenig Fawr and the Berwyn Mountains

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  3. Address

    Monmouthshire, NP7 5HD

    Abergavenny is the traditional gateway to South Wales and to the Brecon Beacons National Park. The old market town is surrounded by beautiful border countryside and home to the best food festival in the UK.

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  4. Address

    New Quay, Ceredigion, SA46 0JP

    Telephone

    01970 612125

    New Quay

    A visit to New Quay is all about sandy beaches that extend in an arc around the bay, the harbour where boat trips will take you dolphin spotting in Cardigan Bay, and the great Welsh poet, Dylan Thomas enjoyed a few pints in the local.

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  5. Llanymddfri | Llandovery

    Address

    Llanymddfri | Llandovery, Llandovery, Carmarthenshire, SA20 0AW

    Telephone

    01550720693

    Llandovery

    Llanymddyffri, or Llandovery, means ‘church among the waters. Surrounded by three rivers, the Towy, the Bran, and the Gwydderi. Llandovery is a market town with a population of just under 3000.

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  6. Address

    Llanrhystud, Ceredigion, SY23 5BW

    Telephone

    01970 612125

    Llanrhystud

    Llanrhystud is a Ceredigion coastal village midway between Aberystwyth and Aberaeron. It has a half mile long sandy beach at low tide which is well suited for windsurfing and swimming.

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  7. Oswestry

    Address

    Shropshire, SY11 2TE

    Telephone

    01654 702653

    Oswestry is the third largest town in Shropshire with a population of 17,000; it is five miles from the border with Wales and has a mixed Welsh and English heritage.

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  8. Address

    Blaenau Ffestiniog, Gwynedd, LL41 3HS

    Telephone

    01766 512981

    Blaenau Ffestiniog

    Blaenau Ffestiniog is famously known as the "slate capital of Wales" and the "town that roofed the world". Its industrial role has long since diminished, yet Blaenau Ffestiniog attracts many visitors because of its rich slate history.

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  9. Address

    Ceredigion, SA44 6SD

    Telephone

    01239 613230

    Llangrannog is one of Ceredigion's favourite seaside resorts, seven miles south of New Quay. Its award winning sandy beaches nestle below the cliffs and are crossed by the Ceredigion section of the Wales Coast Path.

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  10. Llanfair Caereinion

    Address

    Powys, SY21 0SQ

    Telephone

    01938 810366

    Llanfair Caereinion in Montgomeryshire's Banwy Valley is one of the smallest towns in Powys. Almost 3,000 people lived here in the mid 19th century when the woollen industry was at its peak.

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  11. Address

    Brecon, Powys, LD3 7AD

    Brecon

    Brecon is a historic market town where you'll enjoy losing yourself...not only in the narrow streets and passageways lined with Georgian and Jacobean shopfronts, but in the sense of timelessness about the place.

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  12. Newcastle Emlyn

    Address

    Carmarthenshire, SA38 9AE

    Telephone

    01267 231 557

    Newcastle Emlyn is a town straddling the counties of Ceredigion and Carmarthenshire in west Wales and lying on the River Teifi.

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  13. Address

    Llanwrtyd Wells, Powys, LD5 4RW

    Llanwrtyd Wells

    Llanwrtyd Wells is the smallest town in Britain. It is also one of the friendliest, having a long history of catering for the many visitors who today come to enjoy the unspoilt beauty of the surrounding Cambrian Mountains.

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  14. Address

    Pontrhydfendigaid, Ceredigion, SY20 8TG

    Telephone

    01970 612125

    Pontrhydfendigaid

    At the heart of Pontrhydfendigaid - 'the bridge of the blessed ford' (known locally as ‘Bont’) is a narrow hump backed bridge across the river Teifi, whose source is about 5 miles away in the hills, at Teifi Pools.

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  15. Address

    Tregaron, Ceredigion, SY25 6JL

    Telephone

    01970 612125

    Tregaron

    Tregaron nestles in the foothills of the Cambrian Mountains near the source of the river Teifi. In the 19th Century, it was a thriving market town and an important stop for drovers on their routes through Wales to English markets.

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  16. Fairbourne

    Address

    Fairbourne, Gwynedd, LL38 2PZ

    Fairbourne

    Between Dolgellau and Tywyn off the A493, the village of Fairbourne has a sandy beach two miles long on the Cambrian Coast with the superb countryside of the Snowdonia National Park to the east.

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  17. Corris

    Address

    Corris, Gwynedd, SY20 9SS

    Corris

    Located 5 miles north of Machynlleth, Corris boasts a surprisingly rich vein of local attractions together with thrilling mountain biking in the forest, excellent fishing at Llyn Myngul and challenging walking on Cadair Idris.

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  18. St Dogmaels

    Address

    Pembrokeshire, SA41 3PX

    The riverside village of St Dogmaels sits on the border of Ceredigion and Pembrokeshire. The village's main attractions are St Dogmaels Abbey and Y Felin water mill.

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  19. Address

    Rhayader, Powys, LD6 5BU

    Rhayader

    A busy, historic market town, Rhayader is named after 'Rhayadr Gwy', a Welsh name for a local waterfall on the Wye. The town is situated in the very heart of Mid Wales in the beautiful Upper Wye Valley sheltered by the Cambrian Mountains.

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  20. Address

    Presteigne, Powys, LD8 2AD

    Presteigne

    Presteigne, (Llanandras in Welsh), was once the county town of Radnorshire and nestles at the heart of the Mid Wales Marches on the border of Wales and England. Presteigne and Norton have been designated by DarkSky International as the very first…

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