Things to do

Ceredigion & Pembrokeshire Coast

Within easy reach of the stunning coastlines of Cardigan Bay and Pembrokeshire, you will enjoy world class beaches, fishing villages, dramatic cliff walks, or watching bottlenose dolphins leaping as the sun sets. 

Nearest beaches are at Poppit Sands, Llangrannog, New Quay and Mwnt.

Quaint Villages & Market Towns        

Cilwendeg House is located near Drefach Felindre, which has old pubs, village shop, fish and chips and the National Wool Museum of Wales. 

Within a short drive you can visit the Market Town of Newcastle Emlyn, Cardigan or within 20 minutes you can be in Carmarthen with great shopping, eating and entertainment facilities

Natural Wonders

You will be amazed at the beauty of the natural wonders waiting to be discovered. From the famous waterfalls at Cenarth, to the Brecon Beacons to the east. There is so much to see and enjoy if you are willing to get out and explore!

Musuems &Castles 

When those famous Welsh rainy days happen there is still plenty to see and do. Take a visit to the National Wool Museum at Drefach Felindre, or the Museum of Childhood. 

Wales is also famous for it's many castles. With castles at Newcastle Emlyn, Cilgerran, Cardigan and Carmarthen within easy reach, or venture further east to the dramatic castles at Dinefawr and Carreg Cennen.

National Botanical Gardens

Why not visit Wales' answer to The Eden Project and spend a day at the National Botanical Gardens of Wales? 
You will no doubt be impressed with the range of tropical plants in the world's largest span glass house, and the splendid gardens in the grounds. This really is a must see.

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