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Explore & Experience the Best of Wales! Just a stone's throw away from the famous falls in our quaint and unspoilt village.

Enjoy the best of Wales

Cenarth Falls

Cenarth is a fascinating village on the border of Pembrokeshire, Ceredigion and Carmarthenshire. The focus of the village is Cenarth Falls, a series of small waterfalls and pools on the river Teifi and a well-known salmon leap. There has been a mill at Cenarth since the 13th century when Cenarth mill came into the possession of Edward I when he became Lord of the Manor of Cenarth. The village offers a well-stocked shop & filling station, two pubs being the Three horseshoes and the White hart, a tearoom and a cafe & gift shop, also not forgetting The National Coracle Centre.

Newcastle Emlyn

Newcastle Emlyn is just 3 miles away on the A484 it is a delightful historic market town found nestled within the stunningly beautiful Teifi Valley. The high street has developed into an attractive shopping destination and offers an array of independent shops, art and crafts and antique centres.

The Preseli Hills

The Preseli Hills of Northern Pembrokeshire can provide stunning views as far off as North Wales – just head towards Crymych (about 20 miles) and you can’t miss them! The bluestones used to build Stonehenge originated from here. The Golden Road, running along the spine of the Preseli Hills (Mynydd Preseli), is one of the finest high ground walking ways in Wales. This gently undulating route, with views as far as Ireland, deep into South Wales, and north up the majestic arc of Cardigan Bay towards Snowdonia, links ancient monuments and burial places, cairns and rocky tors. Its star features are two of the possible quarries from which stones are believed to have been taken to Stonehenge 4000 years ago.


Cardigan is just 8 miles away and is Ranked third in Time Out's 15 places to visit in 2023, Cardigan has everything: ancient history, modern comforts, beautiful landscapes, and the sea just in reach. Its spirit is part old-fashioned Welsh market town, part hippy, arty enclave, and both sides sing to each other in perfect chapel-pew harmony.