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Walk the Coastal Path !

A recently opened section of the Wales coastal path passes the farm on its way Northwards to Machynlleth and beyond. Ty'r Beudy guests who trek the 6 miles to Machynlleth (maybe for lunch) are offered a lift home by Magda or Paul. (subject to arrangement)

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The Surrounding Area

Ty'r beudy is nestled in a secluded hillside location, with several circular walks available from the farm, affording breathtaking views of Snowdonia to the North, and the beaches to the West.  Table tennis is available in one of our barns.

By car or bus, the two closest towns are Aberystwyth and Machynlleth.

Aberystwyth is a busy coastal university town 13 miles to the south of Ty'r Beudy . It has all the major retailers as well as a selection of independent craft, fashion and specialist stores, and a very wide range of pubs and restaurants. It is also home to the National Library of Wales, a cliff railway and observatory and the impressive architecture of the old university college on the sea front. Aberystwyth has an attractive promenade and both of its beaches have been presented with the Blue Flag awards.

Machynlleth, 7 miles to the North of Ty'r Beudy , is the ancient Capital of Wales. Smaller than Aberystwyth but equally attractive, it has a wide range of shops, amenities and tourist attractions including a weekly market, held on Wednesdays. There are several pubs serving food, as well as an Indian restaurant and Chinese takeaway.

The Countryside & Beaches
The hills and countryside around offer peace, seclusion and stunning views at all times of the year and the heights of Snowdonia National Park are just a short drive away.

Local beaches are beautiful, but rarely busy. The South and North beaches in Aberystwyth, Clarach Bay and the four miles of sand in nearby Borth have all been awarded Blue Flags.

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