About Llangrannog

Llangrannog is a small seaside holiday village situated on the coast of West Wales in the county of Ceredigion. It sits at the base of a narrow valley where the river Hawen makes its entrance into cardigan bay.

Llangrannogs Beaches

Carreg Cica LlangrannogThe Beach at high tide is a small beautiful cove with plenty of space to sit and enjoy the view or take a refreshing dip in the sea. At low tide the beach opens right out and access can be gained to Cilborth beach via Carreg Bica, probably Llangrannogs most famous landmark and features in many postcards and photographs.

The Beach has a blue flag rating with public toilets nearby and shower facilities to rinse of sand and saltwater when leaving the beach. The beach is also patrolled be RNLI Lifeguards from mid June until early September making it safe for bathers.

Local Business in Llangrannog

Llangrannog consists of two public houses, The Pentre Arms, and The Ship Inn open all year round. Both serve high quality pub food and later in the evening can host a fun, friendly atmosphere with live music performed throughout the summer months.

There are also two beachside cafe/restaurants, The Beach Hut, and The Patio Cafe. The cafes are situated right on the beach front offering great quality food and a takaway option from the Beach Hut.

The local village store consists of everything you need from local food produce, to beach toys and wetsuits, to local and welsh souvenirs.

History & Sightseeing in and around Llangrannog