In our little corner of Ceredigion, and just a stones throw from Pembrokeshire and Carmarthenshire, you’ll find some of the finest landscapes in Wales. Local towns and villages such as Cardigan, Newcastle Emlyn and Aberaeron are well known for their links to medieval Wales centuries ago and remain very much unspoilt, retaining their essence of Welshness.
Whilst you are here, you can spend relaxing days visiting the abbey at St Dogmaels, The Welsh Wildlife Centre at Cilgerran, Cenarth Falls, stunning blue flag and dog friendly beaches with coast walks which you may even share with seals and dolphins as companions, breathtaking mountain walks in the Preselis, home of the bluestones used to create Stonehenge (just HOW did they get them there?!), market towns boasting eclectic and unique shops, and many more attractions, depending on your interests.
Troedyrhiw itself lies at the very bottom of Ceredigion, close to the edge of the Pembrokeshire National Park, and the Ceredigion Heritage Coast. We are only 4 miles from Cardigan, famed for the fact that the newly restored Castle and house in the town was the site of the very first Welsh Eisteddfod (cultural festival) in 1176. Nearby, the River Teifi flows through the centre of the ancient port town of Cardigan, creating a very picturesque scene, with a few eating establishments making the most of the riverside views.