Lampeter, Ceredigion and the surrounding counties (Pembrokeshire, Brecon, Carmarthenshire) have numerous special places to explore and inspire

Falcondale can be found 1mile outside of Lampeter town centre – How to find us. The town was established as a market borough in medieval times and has been the focus of the farming community in the area to this day. In 2001 the population was 2,921, which makes Lampeter a small town. However this can swell by 1,500 students during term time.

Lampeter has its own University – St. David’s college was established in 1822 and after Oxford and Cambridge is the oldest degree awarding institution in England and Wales.

It is still possible to enjoy the ambience of a largely unspoilt Welsh market town in Lampeter and take advantage of the many unique shops that you would not find elsewhere.

The county of Ceredigion is part of the older county of Dyfed, which also included Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire. Lampeter is located on the edge of Ceredigion that borders with Carmarthenshire. The county of Ceredigion reaches as far north as Aberystwyth and has the beautiful coastal area of Cardigan Bay to the West and the mountainous regions of Powys to the East.

Join the Stargazing phenomenon and take advantage of the open skies and very little light pollution found in this part of the country. A good starting point is at Penbryn National Trust area, and download a short guide to stargazing at Penbryn.

 


Natures Calling

Natures’s calling

Whether you are a twitcher or a sailor there is a variety of nature's delights awaiting for you around Cardigan Bay and the Cambrian Mountains.

Walk this Way

There are vast opportunities for walkers and ramblers around Lampeter and the counties of Ceredigion and Carmarthenshire.

Ask to borrow local maps or/and a copy of the coastal path walks.

Frame of Mind

There are numerous artists that have fled to this part of Wales. Some have studios you can visit, others you can collectively view at local exhibitions.

Scenic Drives

The Cambrian Mountains which surrounds The Falcondale has some of the world's best scenic roads in the world.

Possibly plan your journey with these mind...

Jen Jones Welsh Quilt Centre

Wool and Quilts

Wool was historically the most important and widespread of Wales's industries. This rich history has left a mark with museums, mills, galleries and old buildings waiting to be discovered and explored.

Thrills and Spills

Thrills and Spills

There is plenty to do in the area for children and the young at heart.

Take a look at a few exciting options here...

National Trust

National Trust

There are 3 National Trust Properties near to the Falcondale. Whether you are a member or wish to spend a day at either of these properties you will come away exhausted and fulfilled.

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