Vegetarian Bed & Breakfast Penrhiw, Llanafan, nr Aberystwyth

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"A place of renewal. I came across this B&B by chance & booked. A treasure of a find"

In between the mountains and the sea. Our Vegetarian Bed & Breakfast accommodation in West Wales is located in the peaceful village of Llanafan,10 miles/16kms south east of the university seaside town of Aberystwyth.

Penrhiw is a small 19th century Welsh farmhouse perched on a hill on the edge of the village; it looks down the Ystwyth Valley to the hills and forests beyond.

Visitors to our vegetarian accommodation in West Wales will be provided with hearty and healthy meat-free breakfasts in the most friendly and comfortable of surroundings. Everyone is welcome - even carnivores.The best b & b in West Wales !



  • Aberystwyth - cafes/bars, beaches, pier, Victorian museum, cliff railway

  • RSPB Nature Reserve - as seen on BBC Springwatch

  • Hinterland Country - BBC 4 thriller....filming in Llanafan!

  • Hiking - Ceredigion Coastal Path+ dozens of local paths

  • Cycling The Trans-Cambrian Way, the Ystwyth Trail & the spectacular Elan valley

  • Nant Y Arian - Red Kite Centre 2-00 pm feed everyday

  • Dolphin spotting - swimming, kayaking,surfing

  • Rheidol Steam Railway to Devil’s Bridge

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    The owner of Vegetarian Bed & Breakfast, Penrhiw, is an an experienced cyclist, back packer and trail walker. He can suggest activities for all levels of experience,age and fitness; from the mountains to the sea.

    He can also be booked as your local guide. Cader Idris in the Snowdonia National Park being his favourite. Probably the finest mountain in Wales, a spectacular day out for fit adventurers!

    If fresh air, peace and quiet is what you want, our vegetarian accommodation Penrhiw in Wales is definitely for you.

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