The Ceredigion county of Wales in this directory includes Aberystwyth.  Ceredigion is a coastal county that is bordered by Cardigan Bay to the west in which the Cambrian Mountains cover much of the east.

The county's 50miles of coastline is made up of sandy beaches and beautiful scenery and is one of Wale's most popular holiday areas.  Named after Prince Ceredig, Ceredigion is filled with picturesque little villages and varied interesting wildlife - including some bottlenose dolphins that take up residence along the coast in the summer months.


There are many accommodation options available in this area for tourists.  There are hotels, inns, bed and breakfasts, self-catering units as well as camping options.  

Please view the accommodation directory for more information on places to stay.


There are a range of activities on offer in this area, some of which are listed below:-

  • Constitution Hill
  • Aberystwyth Castle
  • Ceredigion Museum
  • The Aberystwyth Cliff Railway a funicular railway
  • A Victorian Camera Obscura
  • Aberystwyth Arts Centre
  • Parc Penglais Nature Reserve
  • The Ystwyth Trail cycle path
  • National Library of Wales
  • Beaches and Promenade
  • Forest walks

Please see the activities directory for more information on all the things to do in Ceredigion.


The business community of Wales as a whole does very well thanks to its tourism industry and tourist attractions. You will find many local products, shops, stalls and great local restaurants to choose from.

Please go to our business directory for a list of businesses, or add your own free business listing.