The Urdd Eisteddfod coming to National Trust land near Aberaeron in 2010.
Eleven sites were considered for the week-long festival but the organisers have decided on the Llanerchaeron site.
Eisteddfod director Aled Siôn said: “The Urdd is very fortunate and proud that so many areas showed an interest and that numerous excellent sites were available to us. But, after careful consideration and consultation with various authorities, it was the view of the site committee and the executive, that Llanerchaeron was the preferred choice.
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