Wernddofn is in a rustic, rural part of Pembrokeshire - situated at the end of our long, private drive which is accessed from a quiet country lane. We are 1 mile from the centre of Boncath village which has a pub and shop/post office - although it is very small it stocks a good range of 'everyday needs' - sells newspaper/magazines, fresh local bread, meat and it has an Off License too! Beautiful beaches and coastline are within a 20 minute drive and we have stunning countryside all around us.
Poppit Sands is a lovely sandy beach on the west coast of Wales, backed with sand dunes at the mouth of the Teifi Estuary. It is a blue flag bathing beach making it an ideal day out on a sunny day. Lifeguards patrol the beach between July and August from 10.00 - 6.00 each day. For those more energetic of you, it is also the start of the Pembrokshire coastal path.
Cardigan, West Wales, is the gateway to the Teifi Valley and the Ceredigion Coastal Path. The ancient town sits on the estuary of the River Teifi at the base of Cardigan Bay. The stunning coastline of Cardigan Bay has the largest population of dolphins in Europe and, on National Dolphin Day, is the best place to spot one. It boasts more than 60 miles (96km) of coast, 30 beaches and a bottle nosed dolphin population of more than 250.
This striking 13th-century castle is perched overlooking the spectacular Teifi Gorge and has inspired many artists, including Turner.
Mwnt is a beautiful sheltered sandy cove, a popular beach which is off the beaten track, owned by the National Trust. A well-trodden path circles Foel y Mwnt, leading to the top of the hill which overlooks the beach. The Ceredigion Heritage Coastal path passes near by with stunning views along the coast.
Crosswell Riding Stables
Castell Henllys Iron Age Hill Fort
Step back in time at Castell Henllys, a unique Iron Age hill fort recreated with fantastic replica Iron Age roundhouses, built right on top of the excavated remains of an existing hill fort, dating back 2,400 years. A Scheduled Ancient Monument, Castell Henllys is one of many prehistoric promontory forts in the National Park dating to around 600BC, but the only one where you can actually go inside a roundhouse and grind flour and make bread just like the Celts used to!
Cenarth is a fascinating village on the border of Pembrokeshire, Ceredigion and Carmarthenshire. The focus of the village are Cenarth Falls, a series of small waterfalls and pools on the river Teifi and a well known salmon leap. Kyaking and canoeing can be enjoyed in the rivers around the area.
Dyfed Shire Horse Farm
A fun day out for the kids, with shire horses to see and pet, as well as sheep, donkeys, llamas and chickens. You can also see calves being fed. You can catch the tractor and trailer ride or take a horse and cart ride. They have regular farrier and other demonstrations. The outdoor play area has crazy golf, trampoline, land train rides, croquet, ride ons (some of which charge), playboat, adventure playground and swings.