Farmhouse holiday cottages in a tranquil rural hideaway Ceredigion, West Wales.

Walking, dog friendly

Walking:

On site take the dog and or your children for morning stroll through the paddock, woods and down to the ponds. Spot our quirky sculptures, the birds, squirrels and chat to the goat sheep & chickens.

There are off road walks from your doorstep. A public footpath runs through Stallion valley and connects to a scenic rural footpath network. You can walk for miles, through a rolling landscape of fields & woods with magnificent views without crossing a road. Maps are provided and we have directions for a recommended 3 mile walk which takes about one and a half hours.

In Llandysul there are riverside walks in a beautiful park and beside the rapids at the canoe centre and a wonderful woodland walks where you dog can run free and chase the rabbits and squirrels. 

Further afield are the coastal, mountain, lakeside and forest walks, full details maps and recommendations are available.

 


0: Walking in Ceredigion
Ceredigion has a wealth of walks from river valley walks like in Llandysul, to coastal walks, to mountain walks, forest & lake walks.
Dog Friendly

10: Cwmtydu to Cwm Silio, 4 miles circular walk
This was varied walk:- • a historic church • a beautiful wood land • stunning cliff views • the site of an ancient fort • 2 beaches and • some good exercise climbing back up the hill to finish.
23 Mins
13 Miles
Dog Friendly

1: Coed y Foel : woodland walk near Holiday cottages in West Wales
You can walk to these woods from Stallion Valley holiday cottages, 0.5 miles, along a public footpath, generally we drive to the woodland trust car park and walk from there. We enjoy the shaded woodlands the peace and quiet and the babbling stream
5 Mins
1.5 Miles
Dog Friendly

2: Llandysul: Walkers are Welcome
Llandysul Walkers are Welcome is committed to keep local footpaths open, to ensure that walkers are welcome in local businesses and to promote walking in the area. There are a good network of walks with a variety of scenery and level of difficulty.
6 Mins
2.7 Miles
Dog Friendly

Brechfa Forest : Dog friendly walks along forest paths
Park in the Forestry Commission car park in Abergorlech, there are signs and guides to both the footpaths and the mountain bike trails. We chose the 3.5 mile Gorlech trail ...Our dogs, were running free through woodlands having a wonderful time.
38 Mins
19 Miles
Dog Friendly

Bwlch Nant yr Arian Walks
Great Forestry commission dog friendly walking including some way marked trails:- The Barcud (red kite) Trail is wheelchair accessible 1.2 km, easy The Miners trail 2.4 km, moderate The Ridgetop Trail, 5 km, moderate
1 Hours 13 Mins
40 Miles
Dog Friendly

Carn Enoch, Dinas Cross Pembrokeshire
This rocky crag is just about 400 metres off minor road and is definitely worth the effort of the cliff up the hill and scramble up the rocks. About 1000 feet above sea level, it provides fantastic views over Dinas Head below, Fishguard to the s
55 Mins
33 Miles
Dog Friendly

Carningli Mountain, Newport Pembrokeshire
Site of ancient forts and spectacular views. Less than 1 mile, but it is a scramble in paces from the car park. Carningli offers stunning three hundred and sixty degree views across the Pembrokeshire.
50 Mins
28 Miles
Dog Friendly

Cei Bach to New Quay: 1 mile each way
This walk is best tackled at low tide when you can walk along the sandy beach. The beach and walk are dog friendly all the way. There are plenty of choices for refreshments in New Quay but take care to return before the tide comes in!
25 Mins
15 Miles
Dog Friendly

Cenarth Falls Teifi River walk
A short but scenic circular walk about 2km in this local beauty spot. Great views of the village bridge and water falls.
23 Mins
12 Miles
Dog Friendly

Cilgerran Wildlife Centre to Cardigan return, 2 miles
This is a nice short relaxing walk, through the Teifi Marsh nature reserve and then along and over the River Teifi into Cardigan.
35 Mins
20 Miles
Dog Friendly

Cilgerran Wildlife Centre to Cigerran walk
A 4 miles return walk, along the Teifi River gorge through woodland to the village of Cillgerran, with it's castle and refreshments
35 Mins
20 Miles
Dog Friendly

Circular walk around Dinas Head Distance 3 miles
Dinas Head is a huge rocky headland overlooking Fishguard to the south and Cardigan Bay to the north. The walk is signposted, stout shoes are recommended and the steep climb will give a good workout. Allow 2 hours
53 Mins
20 Miles
Dog Friendly

Coastal path walking: Porthgain to Abereiddy
Rated a top 10 UK walk by The Gaurdian in 2010 this 4 mile walk has excellent coastal scenery, history, A National Trust site, 2 harbours and 2 beaches. Start from the picturesque harbour village of Porthgain in Pembrokeshire
1 Hours 23 Mins
45 Miles
Dog Friendly

Coed Maen Arthur “exquisite walk with magical moments”
The description, 2.5 miles in 2 hours should have given us a clue, this walk is intense in terms of scenery and effort! But don’t worry the steep bits are not compulsory and you can still get to see the fantastic Yswyth River falls and forestry paths.
57 Mins
32 Miles
Dog Friendly

Colby N T Woodlands Gardens
There are sign posted paths which enable you to walk a circular route down to Amroth with its beach pubs & cafes and back. 2-3 miles.
55 Mins
38 Miles
Dog Friendly

Dinefwr, landscaped park walks
Explore one of the most beautiful man-made landscapes in Britain. Established in the late 18th century, the creation of George Rice and his wife Cecil, with additions by Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown. There are sign posted walks from the car park.
50 Mins
30 Miles
Dog Friendly

Ffynone Waterfall near Abercych Pembrokeshire
Some of our guests told us about this wonderful place. It is featured in a book called the Powerful Places in Wales (Elyn Aviva & Gary White) which describes places that evoke powerful feelings.
29 Mins
13 Miles
Dog Friendly

Henllan Falls Teifi River walk
At Henllan the Teifi tumbles picturesquely out of a rocky gorge and under the three-arched bridge. There are paths on the north bank running in both directions: upstream following the gorge through forest ...
11 Mins
5 Miles
Dog Friendly

Lampeter – Castell Goetre 5 miles circular
There are information signboards illustrating footpaths through the ancient woodlands. Linking paths enable circular walks of varying lengths. Beautiful walks with excellent views and very dog friendly. A great place for off lead dog walking.
21 Mins
11 Miles
Dog Friendly

Nant Moch Reservoir
Set in a remote part of the Cambrian Mountains, the Pumlumon (five peaks) Ridge offers wonderful wild mountain scenery. There is parking and excellent dog friendly walks.
1 Hours 22 Mins
44 Miles
Dog Friendly

Newcastle Emlyn park
A beautiful park set in a bend of the River Teifi. It has paths by the river and the falls over the weir, around the castle up on the hill.
16 Mins
8 Miles
Dog Friendly

Pen Dinas view point and walk, Aberystwyth
Iron Age settlers, back around 400BC, used the hilltop called Pen Dinas to build a huge fortification, which dominates the skyline as you approach Aberystwyth from the south .
52 Mins
33 Miles
Dog Friendly

Penbryn Beach - 1mile there and back
Penbryn is an unspoilt, rural, 1-mile-long sandy beach managed by the National Trust The walk is a scenic path to the beach with steep steps in places through the woods above a tumbling stream.
25 Mins
14 Miles
Dog Friendly

Rheidol Power Station
The Rheidol hydropower plant opened in 1962 is the largest of its kind in England and Wales. The visitor centre has an exhibition, video room and cafeteria. There are nature trails and walks in beautiful scenery.
1 Hours 7 Mins
41 Miles
Dog Friendly

Rheidol Valley walk 4 miles 2.5 hours
A great walk though fine woodlands and rural farmland. A climb up from the Rheidol Valley along the top and down again. There are some wonderful views of the over Rheidol particularly from the site of the Iron Age Fort at Castell Bwa- drain.
1 Hours 7 Mins
41 Miles
Dog Friendly

River Teifi walk Llandysul 0.5 miles each way
This is a really easy walk alongside the white water section of the River Teifi in Llandysul. Combine your walk with a trip to the Nisa supermarket for your newspaper or bottle of milk.
6 Mins
2.7 Miles
Dog Friendly

Rosebush
The village owes its origin to the large slate quarries immediately to the north on the slopes of the Preseli Hills. It has a good access to walks up into Preseli Hills from which there are wonderful views stretching to the coast.
53 Mins
30 Miles
Dog Friendly

Stackpole Estate, Stackpole, near Pembroke
The Stackpole Estate was a grand estate along some of the most beautiful coastline in the world. Today it is a National Nature Reserve with abundant wildlife, miles of paths, woodlands, lakes and spectacular cliffs and beaches.
1 Hours 20 Mins
54 Miles
Dog Friendly

Talley Woodland Walks
The forest and mountain walks are on land managed by the village committee. The views from the top to be enjoyed sitting on the picnic bench, you can see to Abergorlech in the south west right round to the Brecon Beacon in the far west.
38 Mins
19 Miles
Dog Friendly

The Dolaucothi Estate– near Lampeter
The Dolaucothi Estate, owned by the National Trust is adjacent Dolaucothi Gold Mines. It is tenant farmed but has a series of signposted scenic walks ranging for 1 - 4 hours duration. The beautiful River Cothi flows through the estate.
35 Mins
19 Miles
Dog Friendly

The Hafod Estate 5 way marked walks
There are 5 way marked walks through the woodlands, including the moderate Lady’s Walk (3.6km) and the strenuous Gentleman’s Walk (6km). Walks can be combined for the more energetic. Do not miss the majestic Peiran Falls and The Cavern Cascade
1 Hours 5 Mins
33 Miles
Dog Friendly

The Preseli Mountains in Pembrokeshire
The hills are the ideal location for some great walking away from the coastline with the best views in Pembrokeshire, across the sea to Ireland and Snowdonia, if it’s a clear day.
48 Mins
27 Miles
Dog Friendly

Contact Us

Cwm March Farmhouse Cottages
Llandysul
Ceredigion
SA44 4LR

01559 363444