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Aelybryn Caravan Park and Campsite
Welcome to Aelybryn, Cardigan Caravan & Camping Site. Enjoy a holiday on the West Wales coast on our working farm with spectacular views over Cardigan Bay and Preseli mountains.
The Campsite is 200 meters from the A487. Each pitch has two hard standing bays. Electric hook ups, chemical disposal point and water points are available on site. with toilets, shower block and washing up facilities.
The site is 1/2 a mile out side the market town of Cardigan, directly off the A487, therefore offering a great base to explore the various activities and attractions of this beautiful part of Wales.
There is a bus stop at the entrance and a pavement that will take you past Tesco and into a bustling town with its theater, cinema, restaurants and traditional shops and pubs.
Walkers can enjoy the beautiful country lanes and footpaths adjacent to the site and of course the newly opened Ceredigion coastal path.
Our Welsh Cob & Arab horses, sheep, hens, ducks and white peacocks love visitors!
Watching the sunset over the Preseli mountains is yet another delight not to be missed.
The sandy beaches of Mwnt and Aberporth are a 10 minute drive, Newport, Tresaith, Poppit and Penbryn beaches are within a 15-25 minute drive away all can be accessed by bus which takes slightly longer.
The 3 acre site is fringed by a traditional hedgerow and magnificent oaks.
Numerous sandy beaches
Cardigan Island coastal Farm Park
Boat trips to see Dolphins and seals
Butterfly and Tropical Rain Center
Cilgerran Castle, gorge and wildlife park
Castell Henllys Iron age fort
Kayak and canoeing
Sea and river fishing
Teifi valley railway
National wool Museum
Ceredigion coastal path, miles of tranquil unspoilt coastline, secluded coves and clear waters where bottlenosed dolphins, porpoises and grey seals are regular visitors, the cliffs are home to many rare birds, a bird watchers paradise.
Oakwood leisure park
Cardigan and its Castle and St Dogmaels Abbey, both steeped in history.
Horse lovers will enjoy Cardigan's Barley Saturday (30th April) and Aberaeron's Celebration of the Horse.