Woodlands, Devil’s Bridge, Aberystwyth, Ceredigion, SY23 3JW
Devils Bridge Falls is a world famous tourist attraction in the heart of the Cambrian Mountains and 12 miles from the seaside town of Aberystwyth . These unique waterfalls have attracted many thousands of visitors since the 18th century, including William Wordsworth who wrote about the “Torrent at the Devil’s Bridge”. Today, the Falls Nature Trail provides a unique opportunity to see this great natural feature in the Rheidol Gorge. Click Here for the Devil's Bridge Website.
Bwlch Nant yr Arian Forest Visitor Centre, Ponterwyd, Aberystwyth SY23 3AB, UK
Bwich Nat Yr - Arian Forest Visitor Centre
Bwlch Nant yr Arian Visitor Centre sits at the head of a dramatic valley and has commanding views of Cardigan Bay and the Cambrian Mountains.
It is well-known for its long established tradition of daily feeding of red kites, Wales’s National Bird of Prey.
There is a range of trails for walkers, mountain bikers, and runners which are waymarked from the visitor centre.
There is also a skills park with a purpose-built track for mountain bikers to practice their technique and a waymarked circular trail for horse riders along forest tracks, paths and quiet tarmacked roads.
Bwlch Nant yr Arian has been awarded the Gold Award by Visit Wales for attractions which make an exceptional effort to create an enjoyable and memorable experience for their visitors.
Wood cabin with walking and cycling trail information, plus daily red kite feeding and a cafe.
Address: Bwlch Nant yr Arian, Ponterwyd, Aberystwyth SY23 3AD
Open ⋅ Closes 5PM
Park Ave, Aberystwyth SY23 1PG
The Vale of Rheidol Railway
The Vale of Rheidol Railway is a 1 ft 11 ³⁄₄ in narrow gauge heritage railway, opened in 1902, that runs for 11 ³⁄₄ miles between Aberystwyth and Devil's Bridge in the county of Ceredigion, Wales. Daily trains run to the world famous Devil's Bridge and events are organised throughout the year.. Wikipedia
Address: Park Ave, Aberystwyth SY23 1PG
Terrace Road, Aberystwyth, Ceredigion SY23 2AQ, UK
Amgueddfa Ceredigion Museum
At the Ceredigion Museum you can see permanent and temporary displays that explore Ceredigion’s heritage, culture and art.
As well as being a thriving museum they also have film nights, performances, workshops, a busy café serving delicious local produce and a museum shop.
Ceredigion Museum has a collection of over 60,000 objects illustrating the varied heritage of the county of Ceredigion. A must visit venue during your stay with us.
Telephone: 01970 633088
What's On - http://www.ceredigionmuseum.wales/whats-on/
Monday - Saturday 10am - 5pm
The museum is open on bank holidays but will be closed between Christmas and New Year.
Parts of the museum are occasionally closed for special events or during exhibition change overs, please keep an eye out here for up to date information.
Aberyswyth University, Aberystwyth SY23 3DE, UK
Aberystwyth Arts Centre
Award winning Aberystwyth Arts Centre is Wales’ largest arts centre and recognised as a 'national flagship for the arts'. It has a wide-ranging artistic programme, both producing and presenting, across all art forms including drama, dance, music, visual arts, applied arts, film, new media, and community arts and is recognised as a national centre for arts development. Aberystwyth Arts Centre is a department of Aberystwyth University and a member of the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences.
Main Admin: 01970 622882 (Monday to Friday 9am - 5pm)
Box Office: 01970 62 32 32 (Monday to Saturday 10am - 8pm, Sundays 1.30 - 5.30pm)
WHATS ON GUIDE https://issuu.com/aberystwytharts/docs/website_aberystwyth_arts_centre_autumn_brochure_20
Ciliau Aeron, Lampeter, Ceredigion SA48 8DG, UK
National Trust Llanerchaeron Estate
An elegant Georgian villa, set in the wooded Aeron valley. Remarkably unaltered for over 200 years, this self-sufficient estate includes a farm, walled gardens and lake
The villa, designed in the 1790s, is a complete example of the early work of John Nash. It has its own service courtyard with dairy, laundry, brewery and salting house, giving a full 'upstairs, downstairs' experience.
The walled kitchen gardens, pleasure grounds, ornamental lake and parkland offer peaceful walks, while the Home Farm complex has an impressive range of traditional, atmospheric outbuildings. A working farm, there are Welsh Black cattle, Llanwenog sheep, and rare Welsh pigs as well as chickens, geese and doves.
Only assistance dogs are allowed on the property. However, dogs on leads are welcome in the woodland and parkland walks. For more information about our walks, please ask at the visitor building.
High Street, Lampeter, Ceredigion SA48 7BB, Wales, UK
The Welsh Quilt Centre
Since opening in 2009 The Welsh Quilt Centre has become an exceptional venue in the heart of the Teifi Valley. It was officially opened in 2010 by His Royal Highness, The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall.
The idea to open a centre to celebrate and promote a wider understanding of the Welsh Quilt, came from Jen Jones, whose obsession with collecting Welsh Quilts, Blankets and textiles has spanned over forty years. Jen’s perseverance has led to the saving and preservation of this vital part of Welsh heritage. This has been appreciated by the Cambrian Mountains Initiative, leading to Jen Jones being appointed as Tourism Ambassador. The Cambrian Mountains Initiative was inspired by His Royal Highness, The Prince of Wales to ‘sustain traditional Welsh upland farms and rural communities'.
Here at Lampeter’s historic Town Hall we believe we offer a truly unique experience by celebrating the ancient art of the Welsh Quilt alongside the contemporary works of local and international artists. Our annual exhibitions take place between March and October/November. There is so much to see in our 3 Galleries, Gallery Shop and we even have a Café-Deli next door.
Call us on +44 01570 - 422 088
The Welsh Quilt Centre
The Town Hall,
Tel: +44 (0)1570 422 088
Welsh Quilt Centre Opening Hours
Tuesday to Saturday 11.00am to 3.00pm
If you have an enquiry during closing hours, please phone 01570 480 610 or 01570 480 112 or
Cambrian Mountains, Llanidloes, UK
Cambrian Mountains - Rugged and Wild Wales
The Cambrian Mountains has a range of walking trails, exploring gentle woodland and tumbling waterfalls,the routes of medieval monks, romantic 18th century writers and poets in search of adventure, and the tracks of drovers and miners of the 19th century. Find quiet solitude on some of Ceredigion’s more challenging walks in the vast expanse of moorland and upland lakes,and view the peaks of Snowdonia and the Beacons of south Wales from a different perspective - from the summit of Pumlumon.
For more information CLICK HERE for the Discover Ceredigion website.
From the Coast to the Mountains in the footsteps of the miners
The route linking the Ceredigion coast at Borth with Devil's Bridge in the Cambrian Moountains (also known as the Mal Evans Way) is described in six sections:
1 Borth - Talybont Borth - Talybont.pdf
2 Talybont - Blwch Nant yr ArianTalybont - Nant yr Arian.pdf
3 Bwlch Nant yr Arian - Devil's BridgeNant yr Arian - Pontarfynach / Devil's Bridge .pdf
4 Devil's Bridge - PontrhydygroesPontarfynach / Devil's Bridge - Pontrhydygroes.pdf
5 Pontrhydygroes - PontrhydfendigaidPontrhydygroes - Pontrhydfendigaid.pdf
6 Pontrhydfendigaid to the Ystwyth Trail. Pontrhydfendigaid - Llwybr Ystwyth Trail.pdf
You can follow the Ystwyth Trail back to Aberystwyth.
There are circular routes at locations where it's worth spending a bit more time exploring the details:
Bwlch Nant yr Arian Nant yr Arian.pdf
Each red pin on the map below represents the starting point for a range of walks in the Cambrian Mountains area. The blue circles take you to locations where there are several walks from the same starting point. Click on the red pin or blue circle for a downloadable pdf description and directions.