Llangeitho is a village in rural Ceredigion, Wales, on the banks of the River Aeron. 17 miles from the coastal market town of Aberystwyth, it is a peaceful village, known for its connection to the famous Welsh Methodist preacher Daniel Rowland, who was born nearby. In the early 1700s, thousands travelled to hear Rowland's fearsome sermons in Llangeitho's chapel. He was buried in the village, where there is a memorial dedicated to him. Self-catering holidays in Llangeitho are perfect for visitors seeking tranquillity and spectacular scenery. The Three Horseshoe Inn was a runner-up for CAMRA's pub of the year in 2018 and serves real ales and ciders, as well as hearty pub meals including steak, fish pie, fish and chips, and Sunday roasts.

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Located between Cardigan Bay and the Cambrian Mountains in Mid Wales Murmur Aeron is a spacious cottage near the river Aeron with scenic views along the Aeron Valley. An ideal base for exploring the area from coast to countryside.

In the neighbouring village of Tregaron, Y Talbot is a picturesque 17th-century pub and coaching inn serving dishes prepared with the finest Welsh ingredients, including roast partridge, roast lamb rump, Welsh sirloin steak and sea bass. The west coast of Wales is known for its wild and rugged beaches. Llanrhystud Beach is a sand and pebble bay located around 11 miles from your holiday cottage in Llangeitho. A few miles further north, Tan Y Bwlch is one of Ceredigion's most famous beaches. It has views over the Pen Dinas, the site of an Iron Age hill fort, and is sand and shingle.

Holiday cottages in Llangeitho are perfectly situated to enjoy a visit to Aberystwyth, one of Wales' most iconic market towns and the largest in Ceredigion. Aberystwyth, known by locals as 'Aber', sits at the heart of the region's coastline. It has a Victorian promenade and is home to the oldest pier in Wales, built in 1864. Aberystwyth Cliff Railway is a 778-feet-long funicular railway offering spectacular views of the town and coastline. It is the second-longest in the UK, behind the Lynton and Lynmouth Cliff Railway in Devon.