The historic waterside village of St Dogmaels is where the Pembrokeshire Coast Path begins or ends depending upon which direction you walk. The pretty village lies alongside the River Teifi which marks the boundary between Pembrokeshire and Cardiganshire and leads to the fabulous white beach of Poppit Sands. The Coach House Heritage Centre and Cafe are located beside the old Priory and provides an interesting interpretation facility for the internationally important collection of inscribed Christian stones dating from the early Celtic times between the 6th and 10th centuries.
St Dogmaels Abbey founded in the 12th century occupies a site once used by pre Norman monastery. Y Felin Watermill is one of only two working water mills in Wales. Guided tours are available. There are several choices of places to eat and drink including The Coach House, The Ferry Inn, The Teifi Netpool Inn, The White Hart and The Webley Hotel. There is a deli and cafe in the High Street and a cafe at Poppit Sands. A favourite with the locals - Bowen fish and chips with a bottle of wine.
For those looking for adventure Cardiganm Bay Active operate from the Quay and offer coasteering, surfing, sea or river kayaking boat trips, bushcraft, climbing and mountain biking. Depending on weather conditions Pembrokeshire Paragliding use Poppit Beach or the cliff tops.
The old bridge next to the Quay leads to the market town of Cardigan just a walk away.
This charming and sophisticated upside down cottage with fabulous views over the Glen Usk Estate and Valley is a lovingly converted 200 year old watermill in the pretty market town of Crickhowell. A wonderful base for exploring the Brecon Beacons National Park.