Attractions of Cardigan Town and Bay

The Ferry Inn

The Ferry Inn

Bar Children Welcome Restaurant

Poppit Road St Dogmaels

The Ferry Inn is located on the banks of the River Teifi. The views from the pub are outstanding and with extensive outdoor seating it>>>

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Ciliau Aeron, Near Aberaeron. Ceredigion

Llanerchaeron is an 18th Century Welsh gentry estate, which has survived virtually unaltered. The house was designed and built by John Nash in 1796. Today>>>

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Coracles Health & Country Club

Cenarth Newcastle Emlyn Ceredigion

‘Coracles’  is a unique venue in the pretty little village of Cenarth offering outstanding Swimming Pool, Jacuzzi, Steam & Sauna rooms plus Gym facilities –>>>

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Welsh Wildlife Centre

Restaurant Welsh Spoken

Teifi Marshes Nature Reserve, Cilgerran, Cardigan

An exceptional nature reserve and visitor centre, alongside the River Teifi. The reserve is open all year where seven different habitats can be discovered along>>>

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honey farm

New Quay Honey Farm

Cross Inn, New Quay, Ceredigion

The magical world of the bee is revealed to visitors to new Quay Honey Farm,set in an old chapel on a farm just south of>>>

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Theatr Mwldan

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Bath House Road, Cardigan

Mwldan is a vibrant arts and entertainment complex situation in the centre of Cardigan, an old market town on the beautiful coast of West Wales.>>>

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Cardigan Guildhall Market

Restaurant Welsh Spoken Facebook

Pendre, Cardigan

More than 30 stalls under cover in a Grade II listed heritage building many offering local produce including food, household goods, crafts, IT, hairdressing, souvenirs,>>>

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Rhosygilwen provides a stunning venue for a variety of music, arts and culture events in North Pembrokeshire. Concerts and performances take place in the Oak Hall,>>>

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Small World Theatre

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Bath House Road, Cardigan

We make fantastic puppet theatre and deliver thoughtful projects from our near zero carbon venue. Join us for an exciting, entertaining programme of events with>>>

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Dyfed Shire Horse Farm

Children Welcome Cyclists Welcome Disabled Facilities Parking Available Pets Welcome Restaurant Welsh Spoken WiFi Available

Eglwyswrw Crymych Pembrokeshire

Working farm with a difference – a fun day out for all the family! Meet our animals – Shire horses, Balwen sheep, Welsh pigs, donkeys,>>>

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Cardigan Castle

Disabled Facilities Restaurant


A visit to Cardigan Castle isn’t your typical fortress experience – we’ve got eras for all ages. Enjoy the splendour of our Georgian mansion, where>>>

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Pizza Tipi Cardigan

Pizza Tipi, Cambrian Quay, Cardigan

Right on the quayside in Cardigan with stunning river views. Woodfired handmade pizza, salads & breads, cakes & bakes. Great coffee, local craft beers &>>>

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Guildhall Cardigan

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Pendre, Cardigan

Cardigan’s Guildhall complex, in the centre of the old market town, offers a range of activities in the Guildhall itself – dances, concerts, pop-up markets,>>>

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Vale of Rheidol Railway

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Park Avenue, Aberystwyth SY23 1PG

The Vale of Rheidol Steam Railway follows the twists and turns of the Rheidol Valley through ancient woodlands and mountain scenery Aberystwyth to Devil’s Bridge

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National Wool Museum

Dre-fach Felindre, Nr Newcastle Emlyn, Carmarthenshire

Let the story of wool, once the most important industry in Wales, weave its magic in this unique working museum in the Teifi Valley. Admission>>>

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Castell Henllys Iron Age Fort

Meline Crymych Pembrokeshire

Evocative Iron Age settlement set in the rugged, magical landscape of North Pembrokeshire – known as “Gwlad Hud a Lledrith” (Land of Magic & Enchantment).>>>

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