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This nine-hole course was founded in 1905. The course sits in a secluded valley and is very picturesque. It's a flat parkland layout but the trees, ponds & streams give you plenty to think about as you try & plot your way around the course.
Rail Route: Aberystwyth - Devil's Bridge
All aboard the Vale of Rheidol for an unforgettable journey through the beautiful Rheidol Valley by narrow gauge steam train. Sit back, relax and let us take you on a nostalgic journey through some of Wales’ most spectacular scenery.
Cambrian Safaris provides excursions into the Cambrian Mountains in a Land Rover Discovery. Come and enjoy fantastic views and scenery, local history and wildlife. We will pick you up from your accommodation or arrange a meeting point.
Rail Route: Tywyn - Abergynolwyn
Historic narrow gauge railway with steam hauled trains in the Snowdonia National Park. Discover our past hauling slate and local goods, and enjoy the views, wildlife and woodland walks. The world's first preserved railway.
Award winning Aberystwyth Arts Centre is Wales’ largest arts centre and recognised as a 'national flagship for the arts'. It has a wide-ranging programme across all art forms including drama, dance, music, visual arts film & new media.
A family attraction with actor led shows in one of Wales’ scariest underground experiences. Above ground a 7 acre fantasy realm with water play, caters for younger children, whilst the Miners Trail & exhibition offers a glimpse of the past.
Restaurant with Rooms with 8 rooms, £60-£165 prpnb, Aberystwyth
Luxury Welsh hotel situated at the centre of Aberystwyth's promenade in Ceredigion. Inviting, fresh and stylish with 8 bedrooms featuring LCD televisions, wifi and Egyptian cotton linen. Seafront terraced restaurant serves local food.
The remains of an early Norman Castle stands proudly on a hill dominating Bridgend Town and the River Ogmore. First mentioned in 1106, it marked the western limit of Robert Fitzhamon's conquests.
Situated in majestic hilltop locations above the Tywi Valley Dryslwyn Castle not only occupies a place of great affection in the minds and traditions of the Welsh people but also majestic hilltop locations above the Tywi valley.
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Surrounded by the huge sand dune system of Merthyr Mawr warren, you can still visit the remains of Candleston Castle, once a 14th century fortified manor house.
|Sat 28 Mar - Sat 16 May||Cherry Pickles at Theatr Mwldan|
|Sat 18 - Sun 19 Apr||Day Out With Thomas in Llangollen at Llangollen Railway Plc|
|Sun 19 Apr||Dolgellau Farmers Market at Dolgellau|
|Sat 18 - Sun 19 Apr||Dry Stone Walls - Their Place in the Landscape at Ty Gwyn Farm|
|Sun 19 Apr||Dylan Thomas Guided Walks at New Quay/Cei Newydd|
|Sat 28 Mar - Sun 19 Apr||Easter Eggstravaganza at GreenWood Forest Park|
|Sun 19 Apr||Eternity with 'Love Wedding Fayre at St Fagans: National History Museum|
|Sat 14 Feb - Sat 23 May||Exhibition: Shani Rhys James 30 Years of Painting at National Library of Wales|
|Sat 31 Jan - Sat 30 May||Feibusch's Figures, Hans Feibusch's Mur at Newport Museum and Art Gallery|
|Fri 17 - Sun 19 Apr||Film and Theology at Gladstone's Library|