To the north

As you travel along the coast towards Aberystwyth, you will pass the picturesque harbour town of Aberaeron with delis, home made cakes, home made ice creams , cafés, pubs and restaurants as well as small shops to brows in. From there you can either walk or drive to the National Trust property at Llanerchaeron , a John Nash villa with walled gardens and farm to explore.

30 miles from Dolgoy is the larger seaside town of Aberystwyth with an abundance of places to eat and shop or to take in the view from the . Here you will find the National Library of Wales, and the Aberystwyth Arts Centre. Stroll along the prom to take in the starlings or venture up the Vernacular Railway to take in the view.


Vernacular Railway


You can travel The Vale of Rheidol narrow gauge railway for the 12 miles from Aberystwyth to Devil’s Bridge. The walk taking in the waterfalls at Devils’ Bridge is lovely all year round, the colours of the changing seasons to the dramatic power after heavy rain.

Bwlch Nant yr Arian Visitor Centre sits at the head of a dramatic valley with scenic views of Cardigan Bay and the Cambrian Mountains. There is a visitor centre, trails for walkers, and mountain bikers. There is red kite feeding daily and a café to grab a cuppa. Bwlch Nant yr Arian Forest Visitor Centre is nine miles east of Aberystwyth on the A44.


Devils Bridge

Bwlch Nant yr Arian