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Whether you like the town, the ocean or mountains we are in the perfect location.

At the bottom of our drive the River Teifi opens out to the sea through the estuary and just a 20 minute walk will take you to Poppit sands, a long stretch of sandy beach. At low tide you can reach Poppit by walking along the estuary shore.  

We are located right at the start of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, and even if you don't fancy the whole walk, a day's rambling will take you to beautiful views of the coast.  You can even take the Poppit Rocket bus to Moylegrove or Newport and walk back along the coast path.


The Preseli Mountains are a 20 minuet drive away and well worth a visit. The beautiful, very dramatic landscape is perfect for a day out in the Welsh countryside. You may even encounter a few friendly mountain ponies or inquisitive sheep.


Cilgerran Wildlife Centre is a 15 minuet drive away and can also be reached by a riverside walk from Cardigan. Here there is a visitor centre and cafe and is a wonderful place to go for a walk. If you like to be on the water you can also canoe/kayak from the bottom of our drive up to the centre along the river Teifi, on a bright day this is a beautiful trip. 


We are set on the outskirts of St.Dogmeals, a charming village centred around the ruins of the Abbey and a working watermill where you can buy some homemade bread. There is also a Post Office, small Premier Mini Supermarket, an excellent Fish and Chip shop and three good pubs.


The Town of Cardigan is just a 30 minuet walk from our door, or a 10 minuet drive, and has an abundance of small quirky shops and cafes. In the summer it's home to the Fforest Tipi, a lovly riverside stop serving cake and coffees in the day and stonebaked pizzas in the evening. In the winter there are plenty of homely pubs, including the Ferry Inn at the bottom of the road, to have a warming hot drink after a frosty walk. Cardigan is also home to three supermarkets, a cinema, a theatre, the heritage centre and a Cardigan Castle which is now open as a visitor centre.



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