Brynmeurig Stable is 6 miles east of Aberystwyth.
Excellent views of the surrounding countryside makes it an ideal base for exploring the area.
The excellent beach at Borth and Ynyslas are within a few minutes drive.
Devils Bridge is worth a visit, either by road or on the Narrow Gauge train. The falls are spectacular but the walk is not for small children.
Within easy reach are Llywernog Silver Mine, Capel Bangor and Borth Golf Club, Ceredigion Museum. Constitution Hill with its Cliff Railway and Camera Obscura are at the end of Aberystwyth prom.
Fishing trips run from Aberystwyth harbour and mackerel fishing is very popular.
Down the coast is Aberaeron with its relaxing atmosphere. The Hive on the Quay sells fantastic honey ice cream and the local pubs are welcoming.
Inland is Tregaron and its famous bog, home to some unique wildlife.
Wednesday is market day in Machynlleth. The outdoor market was granted its Royal Charter by Edward 1 in 1291.
For those that appreciate Real Ale and Good Food we are lucky to have
The Druid and The Tynllidiart within 10 minutes drive.
The Druid welcomes children and dogs and serves a great pint of Butty Bach.
The Tynllidiart is home to the UK’s smallest brewery and also serves a great pint of Butty.