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A Piece of Welsh Paradise?

WEST WALES, Ceredigion

Mick and Julie Baross

Mick & Julie Baross

My wife Julie and I have lived and travelled all over the world and would not live anywhere else, why?

I guess a big reason is because it has so few people.  The population density in Ceredigion is about one tenth of England’s.

It’s not that we don’t like people, it’s just that we like space and so do our dogs. There is plenty of space for people, children and dogs to stretch their legs, relax and enjoy the beauty West Wales has to offer.

Ceredigion has 60 miles of coast line, 19 beaches – 17 of which are dog friendly, remote mountains, forests, lakes, rivers and old fashioned little towns with real shops and markets.

 

dog friendly woodland walks

Plenty of dog friendly walks (or runs!)

West Wales has castles, museums, real local food, real local arts and crafts and lots of real outdoor activities, walking, cycling, golf, fishing, canoeing & kayaking, sailing, sub aqua, bird, seal and dolphin watching.

West Wales does not have too many motorways, car parks, traffic jams, crowds, noises, amusement arcades, night clubs or fast food outlets.

If you are thinking of coming to Ceredigion, feel free to pay us a visit at Stallion Valley Holiday Cottages, and don’t forget your dogs!

hamish blue bells

Hamish walking in the bluebells

July 1, 2013 This post was written by Categories: Places to visit Tagged with:
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