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Penroc scoops award!

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A very big THANK YOU to all our guests for your fabulous feedback.  It has resulted in this much valued award for 2018.  Now it’s time for Ty Mari to gain this place!  Your feedback so helps us to ensure you have the very best of holidays.

Check out walk before you go!

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The Hafod Forest walks were cleared of fallen trees by the end of March 2018 but the wonderful ‘Gentleman’s Walk’ to the Cascade Cavern remains inaccessible at the present time.  The estate team will be working to clear the route as soon as possible.  During the winter months the cascade can be an awesome sight!

Sad day for Y Ffarmers and us all

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So sad to see this wonderful place burnt down.  Caitlin and Lewis had overseen a great renovation and now this.  We so hope the restoration is better than ever!   Mind you, the restaurant could

hardly have been better.  It was always a treat to dine there.  Thank you Lizzie Spikes for this beautiful reminder of a lovely pub.  See BBC News report.

 

Heading for a plastic-free coastline!

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We welcome the Cambrian News report: July 2017

View south over Cardigan Bay

PLANS are underway for Aberystwyth to become the UK’s first plastic-free town.

As Surfers Against Sewage launches its Plastic Free Coastline campaign last week, local surfer and Borth SAS representative Alan Cookson told the Cambrian News about the initiative, and his hopes that Aberystwyth would become the first town in the UK to sign up.

The campaign will see volunteers in Aberystwyth call on businesses to swap three items of disposable plastic for an environmentally friendly alternative, with businesses given insignia and publicised on social media as a plastic-free business.

Blue Flags still fly over Ceredigion beaches

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The Ceredigion Herald reports: BLUE FLAGS will fly over six of Ceredigion’s most popular beaches again this year.

Borth, Aberystwyth North, New Quay Harbour, Llangrannog, Tresaith and Aberporth beaches have each been awarded the coveted International Blue Flag for 2017. In addition, Ceredigion has been awarded 4 Green Coast awards and 13 Seaside Awards.

Blue Flag and Green Coast award beaches must meet the highest water quality standard and are judged for the provision of facilities for beach user and for demonstrating good management and safety provision. The Seaside Award recognises beaches that have good public facilities, water quality, safety provision and management.

Ann Eleri Jones, Ceredigion County Council’s Tourism and Marketing Manager has welcomed this year’s award announcement.

She said: “Once again, Ceredigion’s beaches have been recognised to be amongst the best, not only in Wales, but in the world. The awards are a mark of quality and it’s great to see Blue Flags and Seaside Awards flags flying at Ceredigion’s most popular bathing beaches again this year. Although Ceredigion’s coastline and beaches attract visitors throughout the year, this is an excellent start to the traditional holiday season and we look forward to a busy summer.”

The following beaches have been awarded 2017 coastal awards:

Blue Flag
Borth, Aberystwyth North, New Quay Harbour, Llangrannog, Tresaith, Aberporth

Seaside Award
Borth, Clarach, Aberystwyth North,  Aberystwyth South, Llanrhystud, New Quay Harbour, New Quay Dolau, Llangrannog, Cilborth – Llangrannog, Tresaith, Aberporth, Mwnt, Penbryn

Green Coast
Llanrhystud, Mwnt, Penbryn, Cilborth – Llangrannog

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