See our list below giving a choice of holiday cottages in Crymych Pembrokeshire. This small town, situated on the north-east side of the Preseli Hills, is surrounded by open moors and farmland. The name Crymych means crooked stream, and refers to the River Taf which rises in the nearby uplands and takes a sharp turn in the valley at the north end of the village.
Standing stones, neolithic sites and Iron Age forts abound in this area with its fascinating history and mythology. The town has a small supermarket and a market is held every Saturday morning if you are looking for fresh local produce for your self catering needs. There is also a butcher’s shop in the town. Other amenities include a couple of cafés, a pub, the Crymych Arms, Post Office, Chemist, Butcher and Filling Station.
A drive to Cardigan, 8 miles to the south, will give you access to a greater variety of shops and larger supermarkets.