Things to do
On the borders of Pembrokeshire and Ceredigion, Cardigan proves to be the prefect spot for visiting some of West Wales beautiful sights and landmarks. Here's some of our favourite places to go when we have the time. We're always happy to recommend to you places based off your preferences when you come and stay!
A hidden gem of a beach, managed by the National Trust, this beautiful beach and its accompanying church are the perfect spot for a day out. Through the summer it is the perfect dolphin viewing spot with parking and access to a small cafe for much needed beach supplies!
The Welsh Wildlife Centre
A short scenic walk along the river from Cardigan and you can visit the Welsh Wildlife Centre based in Cilgerran. Great for kids, scenic hikes up the gorge and wildlife spotting of all kinds. You can also enjoy the café and gift shop when your feet need a rest!
Voted Channel 4's Restoration of the Year, the thoughtfully restored Cardigan Castle is a short drive away from us. With events happening year round and options for indoor and outdoor entertainment, this is a great place to visit in any weather.
The Coastal Path
From our home in Ferwig, it is a short walk to join the stunning Ceredigion Coastal Path which, depending on which direction you head also joins with the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path. The scenery cannot be beat - nor can the sunsets!
St. Dogmaels Market
Another award winning attraction, the St. Dogmaels Local Food Producers Market is a delight to visit on a Tuesday morning. Featuring locally made pastries, vegetables, preserves and much more, this is the perfect place to get a taste for our local produce and craftsmanship!
You can access a number of beaches from our location, the closest being Mwnt; a walk down the hill and you can access the smaller beaches near The Cliff Hotel depending on the tide. Or a short drive around to St. Dogmael's and you can enjoy the stunning Poppit Sands and enjoy the views across to Cardigan Island.