Ceredigion GuideCeredigion is an extensive county in mid Wales. A partly coastal county, it is bordered by Cardigan Bay to the west, Gwynedd to the north, Powys to the east, Carmarthenshire to the south, and Pembrokeshire to the south-west. HotelsFind hotels in Aberystwyth, Lampeter, Aberporth, Cardigan and more.
Popular in CeredigionAberystwythAberystwyth is in the county of Ceredigion, in Wales. Aberystwyth, called the true capital of Wales by some, is a smallish town on the Ceredigion coast, just below the Dyfi estuary.
In CeredigionLampeterLampeter is a town in Ceredigion, Wales, situated on the River Teifi. Welsh language and culture continues to thrive in Lampeter. AberaeronAberaeron is a coastal town in Ceredigion, Wales. Aberaeron is a Welsh-speaking seaside town, with multicoloured houses, a harbour and many small independent shops. AberporthAberporth is a very popular small town in the county of Ceredigion in North Wales. CardiganCardigan is a coastal town in western Wales. Over half the population speak Welsh as a first language. Devil's BridgeDevil's Bridge is a tourist hotspot in Ceredigion just off the coast of West Wales, near Aberystwyth. PontrhydfendigaidPontrhydfendigaid is a village in Ceredigion. Pontrhydfendigaid is perhaps best known as the nearest place to Strata Florida Abbey, a 12th century Cistercian foundation. AberarthAberarth is a small village in Ceredigion. Aberarth is on the A487. A car might be necessary though buses do serve the village, connecting it to Aberystwyth 16 miles or roughly 30 minutes drive to the north, and the location of the nearest train station. New QuayNew Quay is a picturesque seaside resort in Ceredigion on the coast of West Wales, popular for sailing, fishing and watersports.