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The Moody Cow Farmshop and Welsh Bistro

The Moody Cow is a unique farm shop and bistro, where quality food is freshly home cooked, and local producers are celebrated! Ideally situated just off the A487 coast road, between the villages of Llanarth and Llwyncelyn and not far from the popular harbour towns of Aberaeron and New Quay. With a

RSPB Ynys-hir

Ynys-hir is a real gem in the Dyfi valley. Overlooking Snowdonia National Park, it is home to an array of birds, other animals and plants. Home to BBC Springwatch for three years. Discover a feeling of wildness and peace whatever time of year you visit. There are lots of different habitats, walki

The Warren

The Warren was born out of passion for great food. It is the creation of local chef Deri Reed who has had a lifelong dream to open a restaurant in his hometown of Carmarthen.

Milford Haven Golf Club

Milford Haven Golf Course is 18 holes of rolling parkland, running along side the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, par 70 and 6,032 yards long and has an excellent reputation both for its condition and layout. Whether you are a member, individual or team golfer, visitor to the area or a golfing s

Stiwdio 3

Stiwdio 3 is a community space on Cardigan high street. Café / Caffi Call in to our licensed café for quality coffee and freshly prepared, wholesome and locally sourced food. Everything available to eat in or take away. Workshops / Gweithdai Join like minded creatives and become fully abs

greenTor

greenTor offer a range of hiking activities in and around Pembrokeshire. Discover the beauty of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park on foot, along scenic pathways and tracks at a pace which means you can appreciate the true wonders of this special part of the world. We offer guided walks all year

Good Trails

Hire a standup paddleboard, bike or kayak at Good Trails in Coppet Hall, Saundersfoot. Want to improve your skills? They also hold taster sessions in calm waters, so you can enjoy a safe way of discovering places that are only accessible from the water. Paddleboarding offers you a great opportunity

Cardigan Walks

Cardigan Walks offers family-friendly tours of beautiful Cardigan town, sharing the tales of the lives and times echoed around town. Book today to discover some great history! This part of West Wales is full of history - historical evidence shows that people have lived here for up to 6,000 years!

North Pembrokeshire Tours

North Pembrokeshire Tours offers small group tours to lesser-known places where you can experience the landscape, local culture and fascinating history of North Pembrokeshire. Managed by knowledgeable and passionate local people, this tour will help you see why this area is so special. The histo

Folly Farm

Folly Farm Adventure Park and Zoo is one of the top paid-for visitor attractions in Wales and winner of the Best Family Day Out in Pembrokeshire. Located near Tenby in the beautiful Pembrokeshire countryside, Folly Farm offers affordable fun days out for the whole family. There are six fun-fille

National Botanic Garden of Wales

Set in the beautiful Carmarthenshire countryside, the Garden is a fascinating blend of the modern and historic. Here you’ll find an inspiring range of themed gardens, the world’s largest single-span glasshouse, play areas and a national nature reserve, all set in a Regency landscape which provides

Xcel Bowl

Xcel Bowl is about more than just bowling. We love Carmarthen and the people who live here. We wanted to create something to help Carmarthen thrive! So we came up with the Xcel Project. At its centre a Bowling Alley, bringing jobs and investment into Carmarthen as well as a community gathering spac

Aberglasney House and Gardens

Aberglasney Gardens have been an inspiration to poets since 1477. The house and 10 acres of gardens set in the beautiful Tywi valley are being restored and offer the visitor a chance to see an extensive range of rare and unusual plants set in a world-renowned garden. There are three walled gardens,

Mwnt Beach

Mwnt is a sheltered sandy cove, owned by the National Trust and although it is off the beaten track it is very popular in the summer. Perfect for families, it offers safe bathing, rock pools to play in and the chance to spot seals and bottle-nosed dolphins in the bay. Birdwatchers may see Chough,

Pembroke Castle

Pembroke Castle is idyllically set on the banks of the river estuary. This mighty fortress is largely intact, and its endless passages, tunnels and stairways are great fun to explore. Pembroke Castle has a long and fascinating history, dating from 1093; notably, Henry Tudor (Harri Tudur), who bec

Bwlch Nant-yr-Arian

Bwlch Nant-yr-Arian is a forest recreation centre famous for the daily Red Kite feeding which can be seen in the afternoon from around the lake and from the award-winning Visitor Centre. Here there are also restaurant facilities and a gift shop. Outside are an adventure playground, a virtual bird hi

Dolaucothi Gold Mines

These gold mines were worked 2000 years ago by the Romans and mining resumed there in the 19th century and carried on through the 20th century. Their underground workings are now open to visitors to this National Trust property. There are guided tours, an exhibition about the history of gold mining
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Poppit Sands

Poppit Sands at the mouth of the Teifi Estuary is an extensive sandy beach backed by dunes: one of the most popular beaches in the area for swimming, beach games and water sports. There is a huge expanse of sand, so it never seems crowded. From Poppit you can start the 186 mile long Pembrokeshire

Dinefwr Park and Castle

Dinefwr Park and Castle is an important place in the history of Wales and is managed by the National Trust. The 12th century Dinefwr Castle looks out over the 10th century designed landscape which encloses a medieval deer park, home to over 100 fallow deer and to a small herd of White Park Cattle. T
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Barafundle Beach

Barafundle has been voted many times as one of the best beaches in Britain and if you take the half mile walk down the cliff path from the National Trust car park at Stackpole Quay you will see what makes it so popular. A secluded bay backed by sand dunes and pine trees with limestone cliffs at eac
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