Visit – YmweldThe Ceridwen Centre is in an area that’s known as the Teifi Valley which is one of Wales’ best kept secrets; visitors will discover here a land of ancient language and traditions, of legends and kings, with lush countryside and rugged hills steeped in history, bustling market towns and country villages built beside the Teifi. Above is a sample of the video – From Sea to Source – the film made recently by TVTA (Teifi Valley Tourist Association) about the Teifi, an aerial view of all 75 miles of the river with commentary The Afon Teifi is the longest river which flows entirely within Wales, starting as a trickle in desolate mossy moorlands and entering Cardigan Bay seventy five glorious miles later. For the adventurous, there are outdoor pursuits to follow. For others a relaxing stroll by the water or taking in the stunning views may be enough. Excellent local produce – from sea, river and land – can be sampled in the area’s hostelries and restaurants. You’ll find a wide range of arts and crafts, galleries and studios throughout the valley and a warm welcome in one of the many and varied cottages, tipis, farmhouses, yurts, gypsy wagons or cabins available in the valley. The river Teifi, famed for its fishing, runs to the mouth of Cardigan Bay and unites the three counties of Pembrokeshire, Ceredigion and Carmarthenshire. For visitors, we have it all – blue flag beaches, world-class gardens, woodlands, castles and beautiful countryside. The scenery changes around every bend, inviting you to explore, and stay a while longer
For more recommendations visit the following tourist websites:-Discover Carmarthenshire A comprehensive site – walking, fishing, cycling etc. and Look out for vouchers giving you reductions on many attractions and activities. Things to do in Ceredigion Vist Wales useful information about Wales www.visitwales.com
http://en.wikivoyage.org/wiki/Wales More useful information about Wales
http://www.newcastle-emlyn.com Newcastle Emlyn Independent Town website
http://www.visit-carmarthenshire.co.uk Things to do in Carmarthenshire
http://www.pembrokeshire-online.co.uk/things_to_do.htm Things to do in Pembrokeshire.
http://www.visitwales.co.uk/upload/pdf/Car_Free_Days_out_in_Pembrokeshire.pdf – think about having a day out without the car
National Woollen Museum – learn more about the mills of Wales. Wonderful for children, they have a great coffee shop, sell fab clothes and it’s free admission.
West Wales Museum of Childhood – teddy bears, dolls, dolls houses, pedal cars, dolls prams, games, and the finest display of model vehicles in West Wales. Special displays include a period school room and Memory Lane, a trip through the whole twentieth century.
Teifi Steam Railway – The journey runs through woodland and then on to a steep shelf above the beautiful River Teifi.
Gwili railway – restored standard gauge steam railway running through a beautiful valley near Carmarthen
National Coracle Centre – A Museum and Workshop of Coracles from around the world set in the grounds of a 17th Century Flour Mill beside the beautiful Cenarth falls famed for its Salmon Leaps and 200 year old Bridge over the Teifi River. Very entertaining.
Sea Safari” Boat trips from Dale
Dyfed Shires and Leisure Farm – Shire Horse Farm.
Theatre Mwldan – Cardigan’s independent cinema & theatre – GREAT
Carmarthen’s cinema – it opened recently – a bit corporate compared with Mwldan
Manor Wildlife Park or Anna’s Welsh Zoo – great for all the family