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

Pembrokeshire towns & info

Just half an hour's drive away from Stallion Valley holiday cottages is Pembrokeshire on the other side of the River Teifi.
 
More heavily populated than Ceredigion with wonderful coastal scenery and walks. 
 
It has the renowned 187 mile Pembrokeshire coastal path, The Pembrokeshire National Park and offshore islands including Skomer & , Grassholme important wildlife reserves.
 
Some larger towns, Haverford West, Tenby, Pembroke, Milford Haven & Fishguard plus Britain's smallest city St Davids.
 
There are a number of larger tourist attractions including, Oakwood Theme Park, Folly Farm, Pembroke Castle & Heatherton Adventure Park

 


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

Carreg Coetan Arthur Burial Chamber
Situated in the unlikey setting of a small housing estate close to the centre of Newport Carreg Coetan Authur is a Neolithic tomb with large capstone supported by two of the four surviving upright stones. Situated in the unlikey setting of a small hous
45 Mins
26 Miles
Dog Friendly

Cilgerran, the River Teifi & Castle
Visit Cilgerran to see Cilgerran Castle and walk along the Teifi River through the Teifi Gorge. There are a number of listed buildings, including the parish church and 2 pubs The Cardiff Arms (19th century) and Pendre Inn (18th century or earlier).
36 Mins
18 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.
1 Hours 23 Mins
45 Miles
Dog Friendly

Dyffryn Arms (Bessies)
Known locally as “Bessie’s Pub”, The Dyffryn Aems is well known for the landlady herself, Bessie who pours you a pint from a jug and hands it through a hole in the wall, with helpful hints about what to see in the area.
55 Mins
30 Miles
Dog Friendly

Llys y Fran Reservoir & Country Park
Llys y Frân is a day out everyone can enjoy in a beautiful lake-side setting whether you are looking to fish, sail, walk, cycle or to enjoy the spectacular views of the 100ft dam and the surrounding countryside.
1 Hours 2 Mins
32 Miles
Dog Friendly

Narberth is must for shoppers and foodies
Narberth has a multi coloured Edwardian and Georgian buildings in the high street which has a diverse range of independent retailers including, glamourous boutiques, vintage, antique and unusual gift shops
58 Mins
40 Miles
Dog Friendly

Newport Pembrokeshire
Newport, Pembrokeshire is a town set on a small estuary, with a choice of beaches, shops and plenty of places to eat.
45 Mins
26 Miles
Dog Friendly

Northern Pembrokeshire and Newport road trip
This has it all, craggy hilltops, hidden valley, “olde world” pub, cream teas, garden, brewery, candle maker, beaches and a Neolithic tomb! Don’t worry you don’t have to do them all!
50 Mins
30 Miles
Dog Friendly

Oakwood Theme Park
Lots of great rides thrills for all of the family. Plenty of food & parking a great day out.
1 Hours 3 Mins
37 Miles

Penlan Uchaf Gardens & tea room Gwaun Valley
Penlan Uchaf offers peace and tranquillity in a unique location. With stunning views across the Preseli Hills in North Pembrokeshire. Enhance your visit with a tea and home baked cake or soup served with roll and cheese, all served in the conservatory a
55 Mins
30 Miles
Dog Friendly

Pentre Ifan Burial Chamber near Newport
Pentre Ifan is the name of an ancient manor and gives its name to the largest and best preserved neolithic Burial Chamber (dolmen) in Wales.
47 Mins
25 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

St Davids Britian's smallest city Pembrokeshire
Named after St David the patron Saint of Wales, this is Britain’s smallest city (population 1,600), by virtue of it having a cathedral. The Cathedral is beautiful inside and out and is constructed in part with the distinctive purple local stone.
1 Hours 20 Mins
50 Miles
Dog Friendly

St Dogmaels Pembrokeshire
On the Southern side of the River Teifi opposite Cardigan stands the village of St Dogmaels, approximately a mile from Cardigan town centre. The village is quaint, has an Abbey, history and excellent views along the picturesque Teifi estuary.
26 Mins
30 Miles
Dog Friendly

Tenby
With glorious beaches, a warm atmosphere and fine Victorian houses painted in bright colours, Tenby is one of the prettiest and cosiest seaside towns in Wales.
1 Hours 7 Mins
45 Miles
Dog Friendly

The Blue Lagoon Abereiddy
Close to Abereiddy beach along the coastal footpath to Porthgain are the ruins of the 'Blue Lagoon', a small slate quarry, now flooded by the sea having broken in. The Blue Lagoon is 25m deep, despite the name, the water is a distinct greenish hue.
1 Hours 23 Mins
45 Miles
Dog Friendly

The Gwaun Valley (Cwm Gwaun)
It begins in Fishguard, where the namesake river runs into the sea. The Rough Guide describes as one of the great surprises of Pembrokeshire. The steep sided valley was formed by the rushing waters from melting glaciers.
55 Mins
30 Miles
Dog Friendly

The Old Sailors near Dinas Head
The Old Sailors, is set in a beautiful location, behind the beach of Pwllgwaelod. It is a rustic pub & restaurant dating from 1593, well known for its fine selection of fresh seafood.
53 Mins
30 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

The Shed Porthgain -Fish & Chip Bistro & Cafe
Quayside Bistro with views over the fishing harbour, a relaxed & informal fish & chip bistro. Fresh Coffee, Teas & Selection of Homemade Cakes. Our own Porthgain Crab Sandwiches and Lobsters available.
1 Hours 23 Mins
45 Miles
Dog Friendly

The Sloop Inn, Porthgain Pembrokeshire
A great pub restaurant in a wonderful setting in the small harbour village of Porthgain, with wonderful coastal path walks and interesting history.
1 Hours 23 Mins
45 Miles
Dog Friendly

Ultra Comida Spanish deli/restaurants in West Wales
Award winning Deli/restaurants in Aberystwyth & Narbeth West Wales, with a unique range of Spanish food and wine is also available online throughout the UK.
57 Mins
40 Miles

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Cwm March Farmhouse Cottages
Llandysul
Ceredigion
SA44 4LR

01559 363444