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Cardigan River (castle to the right)

Cardigan (Welsh: Aberteifi) is a coastal town in western Wales. Over half the population speak Welsh as a first language.

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By train[edit]

  • From London, some trains direct to Fishguard, but generally will need to change in Swansea.

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  • 1 Theatr Mwldan, Bath House Road, +44 1239 621200. arts venue.
  • 2 Adventure Beyond, +44 1239 851028, +44 7787123761, . open all year calls taken from 0600-2100 (booking is essential). Established in 1997. Adventure Beyond were one of the first providers of Coasteering in the country, They provide multi activities across Cardiganshire including white water rafting, tubing, climbing, surfing, sea kayaking, river kayaking, canoeing and many more adventurous activities. From £36 per person.





  • 1 Caemorgan Mansion, Caemorgan Rd, +44 1239 613297.
  • 2 Ael y Bryn, Eglwyswrw SA41 3UL, +44 1239 891411. Exceptional little B&B in the Preseli Hills. No children under 16 or dogs. No availability shown in 2020. B&B double £120.
  • 3 Old Vicarage B&B, Moylegrove SA43 3BN, +44 1239 881711. Charming B&B in country 5 miles west of Cardigan (though it's across the boundary into Pembrokeshire). Plus self-catering huts. B&B double £100.


As of May 2022, Cardigan and its approach roads have 4G with EE, Three and Vodafone but no signal from O2. 5G has not reached this area.

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