The National Trust
The National Trust is a charity that works to preserve and protect historic places and spaces - for ever, for everyone.
The National Trust protects historic houses, gardens, mills, coastline, forests, woods, fens, beaches, farmland, moorland, islands, archaeological remains, nature reserves, villages and pubs. Then they open them up for ever, for everyone.
A beautiful woodland garden, walks, café, shop & gallery
Romans once mined for gold near Lampeter, at Pumpsaint. The site of the old gold mine is now managed by the National Trust and visitors will get an insight how gold miners worked from Roman times up to the 20th century ending in 1938
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 ...
18th-century Welsh gentry estate - with house, walled gardens and home farm
This rare example of a self-sufficient 18th-century Welsh minor gentry estate has survived virtually unaltered.
A remote sandy beach. There is a steep footpath down via the toilets to the beach. There are cliff top walks, wonderful views and a 15th century church.
There is an excellent day out you will struggle to it all in a day, house, castle, landscaped park, wild life & nature reserve.
Paxton's Tower is a Neo-Gothic folly erected in honour of Lord Nelson, the site is managed by The National trust.
Penbryn is an unspoilt, rural, sandy beach managed by the National Trust.
It is almost a mile in length, and there is vast expenses of golden sands to enjoy at low tide.
Visit the nearby church, woodland walks and the Ceredigion Coastal path
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.
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