11 Mins from our holiday cottages
5 Miles from our holiday cottages
Henllan Bridge, near Newcastle Emlyn, Ceredigion
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Henllan Falls River Teifi National Trust
At Henllan the Teifi tumbles picturesquely out of a rocky gorge and under the three-arched bridge, of which there is a good view from the riverside path. . On the near side just before the bridge is a footpath down to a gate leading to the riverside footpath walk up river about 100 metres to Henllan falls, beautiful waterfalls, the river rushes through a rocky gorge between tree lined banks.
Walks at Henllan falls
There are paths on the north bank running in both directions: upstream following the gorge through forest, or downstream passing a lovely little graveyard and church. Both paths skirt beautiful sections of the river and forest, although they turn away from the river after a few hundred metres in each direction. They can be made into separate loops (approx. 3km, 5miles, each) that return through Henllan village, or can even be joined into a single loop. Sign-posting is not always good, and a map is essential
The path that begins heading downstream can be followed away from the river and under the Teifi Valley Railway line to reach the impressive gorge of Afon Cynllo, a tributary of the Teifi.
Map: OS Explorer 185 ( Newcastle Emlyn/Castell Newydd Emlyn)
Parking: lay-by near bridge, or car park in centre of village.
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