Browse our list of holiday cottages in Lampeter for a choice of self catering accommodation in this delightful location. The town itself has an interesting history as a drovers’ town and the site of the still-thriving oldest university in Wales.
To the south you’ll find the extensive Brechfa Forest with its miles of mountain bike trails; to the north are the Cambrian Mountains where you can walk for miles across the scenic hills and valleys and enjoy the abundance of birds and wildlife. You can also indulge in a few hours of fishing, horse riding or golf.
Venture west and the beautiful Georgian seaside town of Aberaeron is a lovely destination for a day out. Don’t miss the chance to visit the National Trust’s Llanerchaeron House with its extensive grounds and enchanting walled garden. You can drive there or take a walk from Aberaeron through the verdant Aeron Valley for about 2 miles.
All who spend time in Lampeter holiday cottages must take the time to visit Conti's cafe, famous for its delectable Italian ice cream in a range of delectable flavours. If it’s a meal you’re after, you’ll be spoilt for choice of pubs and restaurants in the area - especially fish and chip shops: there are three in Lampeter and a huge one in Aberaeron.