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Two great attractions and a pub lunch in Ceredigion – all in one day

Devils Bridge and Bwlch Nant yr Arian

Set inland from Aberystwyth you will find the Village of Devil’s Bridge – famous for it’s waterfall and bridges. A few miles north is the George Borrow Hotel with bar and restaurant food, and a few miles west of the Hotel is Bwlch Nant yr Arian Visitor Centre and Kite Feeding Station.
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Devil’s Bridge

Along with the three bridges build one on top of the other, there is also a 5 step 90ft drop waterfall at Devils’ Bridge. The village is popular with tourists and there are two cafe’s – one at the Rheidol Railway Station and the other on the opposite side of the road which is also home to Sarah Bunton Chocolates.

The Vale of Rheidol narrow gauge engine arrives and departs Devil’s Bridge Railway Station twice a day.

Map showing Devil’s Bridge, The George Borrow Hotel, and Bwlch Nant yr Arian Visitor Centre

The George Borrow Hotel

Situated approximately 3 miles north of Devil’s Bridge along the A4120 you will arrive in the Village of Ponterwyd – turn left and a short distance on your left will be the George Borrow Hotel.

There are daily specials plus a regular menu to choose from.

Bwlch Nant yr Arian Visitor Centre

Along with the Kite Feeding Station, there are woodland walks to enjoy, mountain bike trails to ride, orienteering courses to follow, and two play areas – one for the toddlers and the other for older children.

The Kites are fed at 2pm during winter months near the lake and at 3pm during the summer.
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Devil's Bridge Falls Devil’s Bridge Falls and Red Kite
Three Bridges at Devil's Bridge Three Bridges at Devil’s Bridge
Kite watching at feeding time Bwlch Nant yr Arian – Kite watching at feeding time
View of Rheidol Valley Bwlch Nant yr Arian – View of Rheidol Valley

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