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Dyfed Hotels & Accommodation

Dyfed was one of the ancient kingdoms of Wales prior to the Norman Conquest. During local government reorganisation in 1974, the newly-created administrative county was given the name Dyfed. Divided into six districts; Carmarthen, Ceredigion, Dinefwr, Llanelli, Preseli, South Pembroke.

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• Tenby

Tenby, Wales Hotels

Tenby (Welsh: Dinbych-y-Pysgod, "little town of fishes") is a beautiful walled town in South Wales that spills out pastel colored buildings along cliffs and around sandy bays. Tenby is one of Wales' premier tourist spots, and is located on the south Pembrokeshire coast, about fifty miles west of Swansea …

• Aberystwyth

Aberystwyth, Wales Hotels

Aberystwyth is a major tourist centre and a cultural link between the north and south of Wales. Constitution Hill is scaled by the Aberystwyth Electric Cliff Railway giving access to fine views and other attractions at the top, while much of the finest scenery in Mid Wales lies within easy reach of the town …

• Cardigan

Cardigan, Wales Hotels

Cardigan is a county town in west Wales. The town, founded in 1093 by the Norman Roger de Montgomery, lies on the estuary of the River Teifi and has a large Welsh speaking community. Attractions include the remains of Cardigan Castle. In 1176 the castle was the site of the first competitive Eisteddfod …

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» Aberporth

Aberporth, Wales Hotels

Aberporth is a community and small town in Ceredigion on the west coast of Wales. In the 16th century, Aberporth was a subsidiary landing point for the port of Cardigan. Boats, nets and salt for preserving were brought in from Ireland. It developed rapidly in the late 17th and early 18th centuries …

» Carmarthen

Carmarthen, Wales Hotels

Carmarthen is served by rail links through Swansea to Cardiff. Carmarthen has a large number of surviving heritage attractions including the Roman amphitheatre and the castle. The Gwili Railway, a section of the former railway line to Aberystwyth, has also been re-opened as a heritage railway …

» Fishguard

Fishguard, Wales Hotels

Fishguard is a small coastal city and a port of entry into South Wales from Ireland. Fishguard lies at the west end of a historic road to London, which eventually becomes London's Oxford Street. Fishguard has been given large recognition by Hugh Pugh in Barry Welsh is Coming, who reports from Fishguard …

» Haverfordwest

Haverfordwest, Wales Hotels

Haverfordwest serves as the market town for most of Pembrokeshire at the tidal limit of the Western Cleddau river. It forms an important road network hub between other towns in Pembrokeshire such as Milford Haven, Pembroke Dock, Fishguard and St David's. Most of the town lies on the west bank of the river …

» Llandeilo

Llandeilo, Wales Hotels

Llandeilo is a small historic town in Carmarthenshire, situated at the crossing of the River Tywi by the A483 on an elegant stone bridge. Llandeilo is on the famous Heart of Wales Train Line, linking the town with Swansea. Llandeilo is named after one of the better known Celtic saints of the sixth century, Saint Teilo …

» Llandovery

Llandovery, Wales Hotels

Llandovery is a historic market town in Carmarthenshire, South Wales. Attractions in the town include the remains of Llandovery Castle, Llandovery Theatre, and a heritage centre. Tourists and bikers often stop in town,especially at the cafe opposite the castle ruins, on their way through Wales on the A40 …

» Llanelli

Llanelli, Wales Hotels

Llanelli is the largest town in the county of Carmarthenshire, 13 km west of the city of Swansea. Llanelli is now being developed as a leisure and tourism destination, with many ongoing developments such as the new Llanelli Scarlets rugby stadium and the Old Castle Works leisure village …

» Newcastle Emlyn

Newcastle Emlyn, Wales Hotels

Newcastle Emlyn is a town, straddling Ceredigion and Carmarthenshire in west Wales, lying on the River Teifi. Notable buildings in the town include the remains of the thirteenth century castle, the town hall and the secondary school, Ysgol Gyfun Emlyn. Other attractions include an art gallery and theatre …

» Pembroke

Pembroke, Wales Hotels

Pembroke is located on the coast of South-West Wales at the mouth of the Pembroke River. Pembroke and its surroundings are linked with the early Christian church. Be sure to visit Pembroke Castle, the impressive remains of a medaeval castle which was the birthplace of King Henry VII of England …

» St David's

St David's, Wales Hotels

St David's is the smallest city in the United Kingdom. It lies on the River Alun, on Saint David's peninsula. The city is built around St David's Cathedral, which in the Middle Ages was a popular place of pilgrimage. Next to it, the fourteenth century Bishop's Palace is a ruin now in the care of Cadw and open to visitors …

» Saundersfoot

Saundersfoot, Wales Hotels

Saundersfoot is a village in the parish of St Issels, Pembrokeshire, Wales. It is a known as a seaside resort, and, along with Tenby nearby, is one of the most visited Welsh holiday destinations. The harbour was built in 1829 for the export of anthracite from the many mines in the area …

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Dyfed Hotels, Wales

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