Aberdyfi is a small seaside resort town where the River Dyfi meets Cardigan Bay and we passed through this village on the way north to Portmeirion.


Land of Castles
the Country
of Wales


We wanted to visit Castell y Bere, which is a Welsh castle built in the Dyfi Valley, and on route stopped for lunch in the village of Abergynolwyn, which is off a main road but well worth a visit for a very pleasant lunch.


We received tourist information in Aberdyfi about attractions in the Dyfi River Valley and purchased a wonderful book, which described the Welsh-built castles in Wales.


The row of neat and tidy houses was located behind a restaurant where we stopped on route in the village of Abergynolwyn and viewing the amount of vacant land nearby tickled my fancy in the proximity of the homes to one another.

Links to Our Visit in 2008 to Wales

Wales Home Page

The Mid-Wales Border


Devil's Bridge

Dyfi Furnace

Castell y Bere

Dyfi River Valley

Along the Way

Harlech Castle


Llechwedd Slate Caverns

Criccieth Castle

Anglesey Island

Beaumaris Castle


Rug Chapel

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