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Lampeter accommodation

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Blaendyffryn Fach

Llanllwni holiday cottage, Carmarthenshire

A fully renovated, comfortable cottage, with all mod cons, wifi, enclosed garden and patio. The cottage is in a quiet, off road position with outstanding views of Llanllwni Mountain. Pub with restaurant and a shop less than a mile away. Bike shed. Distance 7.3 miles.

  • Sleeps 1 to 4, 2 bedrooms
  • £250 to £500 per week
Carmarthenshire
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  • pets welcome
  • non smoking
  • wood burner

Tangaer Cottage

Self Catering – Lampeter

Luxury cottage near Lampeter, Mid Wales on a working farm in the beautiful Teifi Valley. Superb long distance views over the Cambrian Mountains. 16 miles to coast and beaches. Ideal for families or romantic breaks. Abundance of wildlife. Pets welcome. Distance 2.4 miles.

  • Sleeps 1 to 6, 3 bedrooms
  • £150 to £700 per week
Ceredigion
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Y Stabl

Barn cottage near Lampeter in West Wales

A cosy barn conversion which retains its original character with wooden beams and stone walls throughout, on a working smallholding on the southern edge of the Cambrian Mountains with views over the Teifi Valley. Distance 1.8 miles.

  • Sleeps 1 to 5, 2 bedrooms
  • £156 to £610
Ceredigion
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  • pets welcome
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Ty Cerbyd

Traditional farm cottage near Lampeter

A romantic luxury traditional stone cottage on a working smallholding overlooking the Upper Teifi Valley - an idyllic setting on the southern edge of the Cambrian Mountains, surrounded by beautiful countryside - opportunities for walking and birdwatching. Distance 1.8 miles.

  • Sleeps 1 to 3, 1 bedroom
  • £114 to £453
Ceredigion
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  • pets welcome
  • non smoking

Winllan Farm

Farm holiday caravans at Llanwnen, Ceredigion

Two well equipped and beautifully presented holiday caravans, high quality cottage and mega camping pod. Set in their own quiet garden, surrounded by countryside with fabulous views. All the great beaches of Cardigan Bay coast 13 miles. Pets welcome. Distance 4.3 miles.

  • Sleeps 1 to 6, 2 bedrooms
  • £210 to £445 per week
Ceredigion
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Crud Y Barcud

Holiday cottage rental at Pumsaint

Formerly a carthouse converted into a cosy cottage with stone floor and original beams. It adjoins our farmhouse, which is on a National Trust hill farm. This is a natural beauty spot. Distance 7.2 miles.

  • Sleeps 1 to 4, 2 bedrooms
  • £234 to £488 per week
Carmarthenshire
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  • accessible for disabled
  • pets welcome
  • non smoking

Gwarffynnon

Rural cottages in Ceredigion

Gwarffynnon Cottages are located in the peaceful rolling countryside of Ceredigion, yet convenient to the bays and coves of the coastline. A perfect base for a memorable holiday in Ceredigion and West Wales. Distance 1.5 miles.

  • Sleeps 1 to 6
  • £260 to £700 per week
Ceredigion
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Maes-y-Felin

Llanycrwys self catering
  • Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms
  • £300 to £790 per week
  • Distance 5.2 miles
Swansea and Gower
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Llety'r Wennol

Llanycrwys self catering
  • Sleeps up to 4, 3 bedrooms
  • £205 to £560 per week
  • Distance 5.5 miles
Swansea and Gower
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Pandy Cottage

Cribyn self catering
  • Sleeps up to 4, 1 bedroom
  • £267 to £460 per week
  • Distance 4.6 miles
Swansea and Gower
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Tangaer Cottage

Cellan self catering
  • Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms
  • £284 to £685 per week
  • Distance 2.4 miles
Swansea and Gower
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Ty Twt

Llanfair Clydogau self catering
  • Sleeps up to 2, 1 bedroom
  • £237 to £433 per week
  • Distance 4.2 miles
Ceredigion

About Lampeter

When you think of Lampeter certain phrases spring to mind, such as, rural isolation, in the middle of glorious nowhere, wonderful countryside, splendid angling, five hours from London and twelve miles to the coast. Sounds like paradise to me and, I'm sure, to all those who enjoy a quiet life.

This tiny three street town in Ceridigion has a delightful primness with a bohemian edge. The latter is provided by the staff and students of St David's University College, which is now part of the University of Wales. The college is the oldest degree awarding institution in Wales and England after Oxford and Cambridge. Because of the students the three main streets of Lampeter contain many interesting shops including Dai's Diner for incomparable pies.

The town was once an important meeting place for drovers taking their animals to market. Before that it was a Roman encampment where gold was mined. The National Trust now run the gold mine and a visitor can see what conditions the miners worked in. As for industry, Ty Nant Welsh water is bottled locally. The nearest railway station is at Aberystwyth although Lampeter is well served by buses and coaches.

But this town of elegant Georgian stone town houses is not just a sleepy backwater where time stands still; it is at the forefront of environmental issues. The town is going green with wind turbines, plantations of nut trees and campaigning for locally produced organic food. As long as you don't use your car too much you can reduce your carbon footprint just by staying in Lampeter. Everything here is as natural as possible. An equestrian centre even advertises riding with bitless bridles.

This delightful Utopia comes to vibrant life in August with a food festival, a carnival and an agricultural show.