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  • Every thing about the hotel we could not fault, this will be the third time we have been there Now and I am pleased to say the standards never change, always top drawer on this occasion We were celebrating our 40th wedding anniversary and with out having to think about it we Would go again. Regard's, Alan & Elizabeth Harvey.

  • Location was fantastic fab food for my wife and myself Anniversary we will definitely be returning

  • This was one of the best places we've stayed - clean, beautiful, friendly and comfortable! The location was stunning, breakfast delicious, room big and spacious and the service friendly and homely. It was our anniversary and they really went above and beyond to make it special with champagne, chocolates and an anniversary card as well as a special egg and salmon breakfast in the morning. We didn't avail of the packed lunches/dinner but that is also on offer and Meg and her husband are always happy to help.

  • The honeymoon suite and view was stunning, the staff and food were wonderful

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Newcastle Emlyn Castle
The time-worn remains of this castle, on a picturesque, grassy site overlooking a loop on the River Teifi, were once inhabited by, amongst others, Sir Rhys ap Thomas, friend of Henry VII. It would be hard to imagine a more serene setting than this, and one is not surprised to find that it was once intended as a county seat rather than a military post. Yet it had its share of excitement in the Civil War, when held for the king and blown up with gunpowder at the close of the struggle. There are remnants of some of the walls and the ruins of the gate. It is significant as the only native Welsh castle to be built in stone in this part of Wales.
Cardigan Castle
The castle's earliest history is quite confusing. Sources refer to a motte castle built here as early as 1093, probably by the Norman, Roger de Montgomery. More than likely though, the original earth and timber castle was built at a separate location, not at the edge of the modern city, but about 1 mile to the west. Remnants of this earliest structure have survived on property called Old Castle Farm. asked travelers...

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