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Discover a treasure chest of wonders when you stay at one our Teifi Valley holiday cottages. With a wonderful array of traditional and modern cottages to chalet lodges, barn conversions, country homes and holiday apartments to choose from, your dream of a Welsh retreat could become a reality today.
Choose a luxury abode that stars roaring log fires and a bubbling hot tub, or why not pick a cosy cottage, where your dog can curl up by your feet? Whatever your dream cottage looks like, you can be rest-assured we have it! With a wide array of holiday accommodation, why not browse what we have to offer, or simply get in touch with our sales team who can give you a selection of cottages that meet your every need?
With cottages that sleep two or more, couples, families and large groups can all find the picture-perfect property in Teifi Valley.
Teifi Valley is a spot that has it all! From natural beauty to historic jewels, there's plenty to see on your holiday in this fabulous part of Wales. Its history is an interesting one following a turbulent state of affairs that saw many invaders over the centuries. The sloping hills of the valley hold the secrets of Bronze and Iron age settlements, one of which is Cilgerran, a National Trust castle that dates back to 1110. The castle overlooks a river gorge, a view so captivating that famous artist Turner immortalised this scene.
The Afon Teifi river is by far one of the most beautiful in Wales, flowing for around 75-miles from the Teifi Pools of the Cambrian Mountains. The river splits the counties of Ceredigion and Carmarthenshire, but this is not the reason for its fame- that comes from its plentiful fish that make it a perfect spot for fishing. Salmon, trout and grayling all call the river home, and salmon can even be witnessed jumping by the 200-year-old bridge. At Cenarth Falls, a magnificent waterfall and maze of rapids make this destination a sight to behold.
To the north, visit the Red Kite Centre, a 2-foot gauge steam railway or even a Welsh Wool Museum at the Victorian woollen mills. Beautiful themed gardens await you at Norwood Gardens, nestled between Lampeter and Newscastle Emlyn, and just before you reach the renowned Cardigan, take a look at the river and its reed-beds where otters play. Close-by is the Welsh Wildlife Centre, also at Cilgerran, where in summer, grazing guests include Asian water buffalo. And of course, take in the iconic views of the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path!