||There are many activates available to choose from, not least 870 miles
of stunning coastal walk, Brynmorfa and Brig-Y-Don sit right on this
There is plenty to do for all
ages in and around the area of the very popular holiday village
of Llangrannog. Ranging from stunning coastal and inland walks,
cycling, fishing, sea kayaking and coasteering to just lazing on
the beach. Teifi Marshes are just outside the closest town,
Cardigan 11.9 miles away. This is the home of the Wildlife Trust
of South and West Wales and is open to the public for fantastic
nature walks and also runs activities for many different
interests. For family days out, Oakwood Theme Park and Folly
Farm are a little over an hour away.
Although the village has many activities all year round
perhaps the biggest celebration is for Bonfire Night . The 2014
date is over the weekend of 25th October,the start of Half term.
The village hosts a huge bonfire on the beach with a spectacular
fire work display which spams right across the bay from cliff
top to cliff top. A must for all the family with music, food and
drinks creating a complete carnival atmosphere. For more
For a comprehensive guide to all that Cardiganshire has to offer the
following link is a good start to help you plan your holiday activities
around your own personal interests.
If you're a foodie www.britainsfinest.co.uk
lists gourmet food establishments in the surrounding area but the
village of Llangrannog itself boasts two pubs serving hearty fresh food
including local fish and shellfish caught that day, and two excellent
The Pentre Arms run by Mike, sits right on the sea wall with
spectacular views across the bay. Its the ideal spot to try the real ale
or have your favourite tipple and watch the stunning sunsets and
changing cloud formations. If you're feeling lazy you can stay on for a
great home cooked supper and while the hours away chatting with friends
and family or the friendly locals who always have a tale or two about
The Ship, recently under new ownership has been completely refurbished
and also offers great food with a typical Llangrannog welcome. It
is set a little further back from the beach but has a large patio from which to watch
the world go by.
The Patio cafe serves light meals and fabulous homemade ice cream made
daily on the premises. Loads of fresh and innovative flavours to try.
The Beach hut has a traditional fish and chip shop and a beach
restaurant that serves from breakfast through to dinner with a variety
of freshly prepared food.
The village also has a general stores, Siop Glynafon where you can pick
up a paper a few basic food essentials and gifts to take home.
The beach is a lively and well used part of Llangrannog life for visitors
and locals alike, whatever the weather. On any one day you'll see beach
games, swimming, kayaking, surfing, fishing, barbecues, canoeing and
plain old lazing around. If your lucky you may even see the Cardigan bay
dolphins. These amazing mammals are a magical sight that's not
so rare in the bay but is always a thrill. For more information
on and dolphins and marine conservation.
click here. Llangrannog is the ideal village to base
yourself for a real Welsh holiday.