local towns and villages

The Teifi Valley and the surrounding areas is home to some of the prettiest and most historic towns and villages in Wales. Why not go and explore your favourites?

Newcastle Emlyn

Newcastle Emlyn We hope you love our local town as much as we do! Small, friendly and packed full of independent shops selling food, gifts and local crafts, you can also explore the lovely castle and river walk too.


Cenarth Famed for it's beautiful waterfalls and being the home of the National Coracle Centre, Cenarth village is well worth a visit for a stroll along the river and an ice cream afterwards!

New Quay

New Quay The lovely resort town of New Quay is situated on the beautiful Ceredigion coast. The steep hills and quaint houses, along with the historic harbour give the town a lovely traditional seaside feel.


Llandeilo Fewer towns in the region are as attractive as the market town of Llandeilo, situated on the western edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park. With plenty to explore in the town, there are several other attractions nearby such as Dinefwr Park and Carreg Cennen Castle.


Aberaeron Famed as a fine example of Georgian architecture, Aberaeron was a tiny fishing village before 1805, when the Reverend Gwynne planned and developed the town. It's coastal location, pebble beach and picturesque architecture make it a popular destination with visitors to the area.


Aberystwyth Often described as the jewel in the crown of Welsh seaside resorts, Aberystwyth surged into popularity as a holiday destination in the 19th century after the arrival of the railways meant that city folk could easily escape to the coast of West Wales for some restoratative seaside air. The town still boasts much history, as well as being home to the National Library of Wales. Aberystwyth is just an hour's drive from Dolbryn.


Carmarthen Our county town and largest shopping centre, and one of the oldest towns in Wales. It's worth a visit for the pretty river views, historic castle and thriving shopping centres.


Cardigan Cardigan is one of the most historic towns in Wales and as well as the castle, there is lots to explore here. Cardigan was the largest port in Wales during the 18th century, and signs of this industrial age are all around today. The high street is thriving with many boutiques, cafes and local shops.

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