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Explore the delightful Welsh coast with a Llangrannog holiday letting
A traditional Llangrannog cottage is just one of the many great holiday letting ideas that allow you to settle in to your own rhythm whilst discovering the Welsh coastline.
Menus and views
The Beach Hut in Llangrannog is a summery little seaside cafe that offers delightful afternoon teas, local beers and hearty dishes throughout the day. As you would expect, seafood figures highly on the menu, with locally caught lobster and fish cooked to perfection.
A short walk down the coast brings you to The Ship Inn in Tresaith. Overlooking the beautiful beach below, the Inn offers home-cooked evening meals with unbeatable views. And there's always that walk home to burn off some of those calories!
Kayaks and cockroaches
Kayak King Tours offer a great way to discover all the secret coves and offshore islands along the Llangrannog coast. Experienced guides will be on hand to assist sailors of every age and experience.
Just down the coast in St David's you'll find the icky delights of Dr Beynon's Bug Farm. Get ready for shrieks and squeals as kids explore this tropical bug and insect museum. And if that proves a little tame for them, there's always the Grub Kitchen – the UK's first edible insect restaurant!
Stones and bars
Wild and wonderful hills, valleys and lakes make the Preseli Mountains perfect for hiking and rambling. And keep an eye out for bluestone – these stones, mined in the Preselis, were transported from Pembrokeshire to Wiltshire and used to build Stonehenge.
Just up the coast is the market town and resort of Aberystwyth. With a broad seafront bristling with attractions, bars and restaurants, it makes for an exciting counterpoint to the peace of Llangrannog.
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