Awel-Deg Bed & Breakfast
AA 'Friendliest Landlady of the Year' Finalist 2007
We are central to a wonderful variety of attractions. Relax and enjoy the nearby beaches, visit the Nant yr Arian Forest Visitor Centre, ride at the nearby Rheidol Riding School and even bring your fishing gear to experience fabulous lake and river trout fishing.
If you are looking for something a little different, visit the historic Llywernog Silver Mine, or come right up to date at PowerGen's Rheidol Hydro-electric Scheme with its guided tours, Visitor Centre, fish farm & nature trails.
Ardent bird watchers will thrill to the sight of the beautiful Red Kites circling high in the skies, looking for their prey. If you want to see them close up, go along to the local Kite Centre & Museum at Tregaron.
Now you can even visit 'a magical place' - Hafod - recognised as one of the finest examples in Europe of a Picturesque landscape.
For those who want to sample the local atmosphere (and evening meals & drinks!), there are two public houses within walking distance of Awel-Deg - The 'Tynllidiart Arms' and 'Maesbangor Arms'. We have menus for both establishments.
Or are you into genealogy? Trying to trace the ancient roots of your family tree? The area abounds with old graveyards and the inscriptions tend to have survived well because of the lack of atmospheric pollution.
If all that sounds a little too hectic, then don't worry! At Awel-Deg you will find a warm and relaxed atmosphere where the cares of life will slip into perspective against the stunning backdrop of nature at its most beautiful. Experience it once and you will want to come back to see us again and again.
Lleoliad delfrydol ar gyfer cerdded a gwylio adar a chrwydro'r ardal
Croeso cynnes i bawb - A warm welcome to all!
Telephone: 01970 880681
(International: +44 1970 880681)
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Last updated: 20/09/07
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