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Highlights in Ceredigion
- Emblematic Cardigan Castle
- Renowned National Library of Wales
- Fascinating Ceredigion Museum
- Unforgettable Vale of Rheidol Railway
- Iconic Internal Fire Museum of Power
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Are you searching for the ideal place to enjoy a long holiday break? In Wales, the land of deep valleys, you can find Ceredigion, located in the Midwest of the country, a county that was once a well-known kingdom. Locate in Holidu, Holiday rentals and lettings perfect to go on holiday and make the most of the wonders that this attractive locality has to offer. Accommodation tailored to your needs and budget that provides the necessary services to make your stay much more comfortable and peaceful so that you can enjoy the ride without worries. Our holiday sites are located in different areas of the county allowing you to reach any place without any problems.Holiday rentals and lettings with hot tubs, balconies and access for domestic pets
These are ideal homes for families with children of different ages, romantic couples and groups of friends seeking a place for a relaxing time that requires space for 2 to 5 bedrooms. We have large gardens that are excellent for taking pets out for a walk, you can have a big bonfire at night or for different recreational activities. The hot tubs and swimming pool allow you to relax for as long as you like. You also have the opportunity to fan the flame of passion with your partner by organizing a nice dinner on the balcony or terrace while enjoying the noble view that surrounds you. Our flats have comfortable and spacious rooms, heating and washing machine, television, air conditioning, Wi-Fi and parking.
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Ceredigion Bay is full of wonderful villages where the main source of employment is fishing and the waters are teeming with bottlenose dolphins, the main natural attraction of the area. You will find many beautiful beaches of fine white sand along the 80 km of coastline, most of which have the important Blue Flag qualification. In addition, they have different awards such as the Green Coast and an impeccable state of conservationHistory of a Welsh town
The main towns in Ceredigion are Aberystwyth, the county capital, and Cardigan. This is a sparsely populated Welsh town, whose population growth was boosted in the late 20th century, so the population also rose by 20% in a very short space of time. The main economic drivers of the area have been tourism and agriculture for many, many years. The main attraction for tourists is the tranquillity of the area and the incredible beauty of the natural parks
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Aberystwyth Arts Centre is the largest arts centre in Wales and is listed as a national icon for the arts. It includes a wide-ranging arts programme in both production and performance across the arts, including dance, theatre, visual arts, film, music, applied and community arts and new media. It is also recognized as a centre for the development of the arts on a national level. The 900-seat concert hall has been used on various occasions for comedy acts, live music, graduation ceremonies and university examsCeredigion for exploration lovers
The Silver Mountain Experience is located opposite the Cambrian Mountains and is no ordinary mountain, the attraction includes a 250-year-old Victorian mine, mining museum, impressive escape rooms, gift shop and café restaurant. Take guided tours above and below ground, a fascinating tour
Did you know that the kingdom of Ceredigion operated for many, many years on the territory that now belongs to the county of the same name? It was one of the Welsh kingdoms that came into being in post-Roman Britain during the 5th century
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A fortress on the banks of the River Teifi, it was built in several stages until its foundation in 1110 AD. For years, it functioned as a place of refuge during the battles between the Welsh and the Normans. Although the fort has undergone countless reconstructions, it is still intact today. The castle retains the great tower, a World War II walkway, the ramparts and the typical 19th-century house attached to the keep2. Visit the renowned National Library of Wales
It is one of the 5 depository libraries in the UK and the only one in Wales. The space includes a wide range of periodicals and over 6.5 million books. It includes portraits, large archive collections, photographs and maps of the country. The National Library is also the custodian of a national collection of Welsh manuscripts, the country's largest collection of topographical prints and paintings, the National Screen and Sound Archive of Wales3. Admire the fascinating Ceredigion Museum
The gallery provides a permanent tribute to Welsh heritage and the history that the county represents over the years. From farming to food, transport and clothing, the museum holds a number of valuable collections. As well as the permanent exhibition, the space hosts temporary exhibitions throughout the year and lively events. Visits to the museum are completely free and children are allowed access to learn a little about the history surrounding Ceredigion and Wales4. Take a ride on the unforgettable Vale of Rheidol Railway
Travel from Aberystwyth to Devil's Bridge aboard a beautiful steam train. You'll see nostalgic scenery through the window passing various open fields, hilly landscapes, ancient woodlands and Devil's Bridge, home to the famous Mynach's Falls and Devil's Punchbowl. Keep your eyes peeled for birds of prey as they roam the ground and soar to the top of the valley, while you listen to the sound of the steam engine. The railway opened in 1902 and valley, carrying young and old to Devil's Bridge ever since5. Tour the grounds of the iconic Internal Fire Museum of Power
This is a gallery of internal combustion engines and its main collection is of stationary diesel engines such as those used in pumping stations and for generator sets. Most of the engines in the museum have been restored to full working order, and some are shown running when the gallery is open. In the museum, you can find the oldest fully working diesel engine in the UK, it includes over 200 tonnes of working engines in the different nine rooms and the most unusual exhibit is a pocket power station
FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Ceredigion
How much does it cost to rent a holiday letting in Ceredigion?
The coronavirus has severely impacted the travel industry. Based on our 2020 data, Ceredigion has an annual average price of £122.54 per night.
What time of year offers, on average, the best holiday rental prices in Ceredigion?
Those who want to save as much as possible should visit Ceredigion in March, January, and February the cheapest months of the year, with average prices of £103.98, £108.42, and £112.13 per night, respectively, based on data collected in 2020.
When are holiday rentals more expensive in Ceredigion?
In 2020, the month that offered the highest average prices in Ceredigion was August, with an average price of £144.4 per night. This was followed by December, with an average of £135.95, and November, with £132.98.
Is Ceredigion a good location for a spontaneous getaway?
It is recommended that you book your stay in plenty of time when visiting Ceredigion, as only 27% of our properties are usually available throughout the year.
What time of the year can I find more available holiday rentals?
January, November, and February are, in order of highest to lowest, the months offering the largest number of properties free, with respective average availability figures of 49%, 42.75% and 42.4%.
Which months is it more difficult to find available rentals?
The month with the highest average booked rental figures is August (only 2.8% of properties were available on average in 2019). Followed by September (3.25%), and July (5.75%).
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We have 600 properties for you in Ceredigion, provided by our 18 local and international partners.