Although located in Pembrokeshire, the Pembrokeshire Courtyard Holiday Cottages are also very conveniently placed for exploring 2 other counties in this part of Wales, namely Ceredigion and Carmarthenshire. The latter being famous as home to Dylan Thomas' boat house. Ceredigion (South, west Wales) has many small towns and villages which are well worth a visit, especially some of the coastal villages such as New Quay and Aberaeron. Ceredigion is gradually becoming more recognised for its' beautiful coastline - The Ceredigion Heritage Coastline. This continues from the Pembrokeshire National Park at St. Dogmaels, which is only 5 miles from our luxury holiday cottages.
The Ceredigion Heritage Coastline.
The Ceredigion Heritage Coastline is dotted with sandy beaches, the nearest being the beautiful, National Trust beach of Mwnt (5 miles from our Holiday Cottages). The headland above this sandy cove offers splendid views of the dolphins in the bay, as well as being home to the picturesque Mwnt Church.
There are several villages just across the border from Pembrokeshire, in Ceredigion and Carmarthenshire, which are well worth a visit. The following are within 5 -10 miles of the Pembrokeshire Courtyard Cottages. See more details of our luxury Holiday cottages.
charming Welsh fishing village about 20 minutes drive from the Pembrokeshire Courtyard Holiday Cottages. New Quay bay also has a beach and is an excellent place to watch the Dolphins.
approximately 3 miles up stream. This conservation village is home to the The National Coracle Centre & 17th Century Flour Mill. The centre houses a unique and fascinating exhibition of coracles from countries around the world including Wales, India, Iraq, North America, Tibet and Vietnam. Celtic and rural crafts are on sale and fully guided tours are available, which include free entry to the Mill and grounds which overlook the beautiful Cenarth Falls. These are famed for their salmon leaps and 200 year old bridge which spans the river Teifi.
A small market town about 15 minutes drive from our luxury cottages. Famous for being where the last dragon in Wales was killed. Today however you'll receive a friendly reception should you wish to visit many of the antique shops or attend the weekly livestock market. Alternatively visit the ruins of the castle originally built in 1240.
The ancient town of Cardigan is located 3 miles away. This town was the birthplace of the Eisteddfod, a festival held annually in Wales. Today you can visit its Heritage centre and enjoy the historic town trail or alternatively take advantage of some of its more modern facilities, such as – the Tranquil Moments Health & Beauty Centre email, the Mwldan theatre - cinema / drama / houses the Tourist Information centre and the Swimming pool & leisure centre. More information on events and the town of Cardigan.
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