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Tel code: 01545 | code search
Postcode: SA48 | code search
Population: 2000
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Lampeter Farmers Market
"We are staying near Lampeter for a month and want to visit the local markets. We looked up the dates and saw that the Farmers Market operates on alternative Friday's. ..." More

Cwmann Tavern
"dark and dingy, only two beers on and expensive.distinct anti english vibe emanting from the locals. avoid

Date visited: 08/04/2011 ..." More

Cwmann Tavern
"Just missed Sunday lunch,never mind.The rest of the menu was first rate. Staff were warm and friendly.We will be back

Date visited: 07/02/10 ..." More

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"Lampeter is a small but busy market and university town nestled in the Teifi Valley. It has traditional small specialist shops, together with a varied selection of cafes, pubs and ..." More

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Lampeter (Llanbedr Pont Steffan), in Ceredigion - population approx 2000 - is the smallest university town in Wales and the United Kingdom.. Lampeter University is famous for its Celtic studies including Welsh language and Cultural Studies and, whilst rural, does not feel remote - from the south it’s the M4 to Carmarthen, then the A485 to Lampeter, from the north head for Aberystwyth then take the A487 to Lampeter via Aberaeron - down a particularly pretty run of coastline. It was from Lampeter, in 1968, that the paramilitary, nationalist organisation the Free Wales Army first marched. Today, whilst retaining enormous cultural pride, Lampeter is far more peaceful . During the summer, the famous Food Festival is held, as is the Rhys Thomas James Eisteddfod, and the Carnival. There are numerous eclectic places to stay - eg Rhyd-y-groes combining equestrian facilities with the services of an Aromatherapist ( seems very sensible after a day in the saddle !) Lampeter is also the first town in Wales exploring how to prepare for a carbon constrained, energy lean world.via its transition town initiative – “a tool for designing a positive timetabled way down from the oil peak”A green model for us all perhaps ?


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Noah's Ark

Caravan Park

Moorlands Caravan Park


Barn Dental Surgery


The Surgery

Estate Agent

Evans Bros
Halifax Property Services - John Francis
Morgan & Davies

Farmers Market

Lampeter Farmers Market


Black Lion Royal Hotel

Pub and Bar

Cwmann Tavern
Kings Head Inn
Old Quarry Club


D J Jones
Old Quarry Club
Shapla Tandoori


Carreg Hirfaen School

Ffynnonbedr Primary School
Lampeter Comprehensive School


Coedmor-fach Cottages
Featherdown Farm


Arnold Davies Vincent Evans
Williams and Bourne


Williams & Williams

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Lampeter CC (Cricket)
Lampeter TC (Tennis)


Dorothy Perkins
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T J Davies and R B Davies
V & M Shoes
Our Style
Eadon RH & EI
May Organic Farms
Face of Flowers
Mulberry Bush

Organic Fresh Food Company (The)
Treberfedd Farm

Places to Stay near Lampeter

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Black Lion Royal Hotel (0.10 miles)

Black Lion Royal Hotel

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Set within a former coaching inn, dating back to the 1800s, this popular bar and restaurant now offers 18 comfortable en suite bedrooms in the heart of Lampeter, Mid-Wales. Just a short ... More

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Falcondale Mansion Hotel (0.96 miles)

Falcondale Mansion Hotel

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Set in 14 acres of wooded grounds and gardens, this relaxed country house hotel is only a mile from the university and market town of Lampeter. Falcondale Mansion Hotel is set ... More | visit website

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Grannell Hotel (2.66 miles)

Grannell Hotel
The Guest House is surrounded with stunning views and rural countryside, which you can view from the conservatory. This is ideal for walkers or cycling. Public transport is available on the main road. On site ... More | visit website
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Ty Mawr Mansion Country House (8.02 miles)

Ty Mawr Mansion Country House

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Winner of the AA Guest Accommodation Award for Wales for 2007-2008Beautifully restored Country House in 12 acres of Grounds. Luxurious bedrooms and bathrooms. All rooms have free broadand access, LCD ... More

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TyGlyn (8.37 miles)

Welcome to TyGlyn. Set in the heart of Ceredigion, located in an unspoilt area with magnificent views down the Aeron valley. An independent family-owned business, the TyGlyn prides itself on its competitive prices, friendly, informal ... More | visit website
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The Talbot Hotel (9.61 miles)

The Talbot Hotel

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The Talbot Hotel is a 3 star old drovers inn dating back to the 13th century and it's oak beams, stone walls and open fires are strong reminders of long ... More

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Beechwood House (10.97 miles)

Beechwood House
Beechwood is a four star B and B conveniently situated between Aberaeron and New Quay in the small village of Llanarth. Very tastefully furnished to a high standard, you will have a true Welsh welcome ... More | visit website
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Feathers Royal Hotel (11.50 miles)

Feathers Royal Hotel

The Feathers Royal Hotel has a strong tradition of hospitality. As the focal point of the picturesque Georgian seaside harbour town of Aberaeron on the beautiful Cardigan Bay Coast, the hotel was originally built in ... More | visit website

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Ty Gwyn Guesthouse (11.55 miles)

Ty Gwyn Guesthouse

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Tŷ Gwyn Guest House offers 4 star bed and breakfast accommodation in Aberaeron. Situated just a few hundred metres from the sea, Tŷ Gwyn boasts 3 en-suite bedrooms, a spacious ... More

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Monachty Hotel (11.63 miles)

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The Monachty Hotel is a friendly Inn in the centre of Aberaeron. Overlooking the River Aeron to the rear, you can sit and relax on our terrace with a ... More

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