1.Parc Teifi Holiday Cottages
Parc Teifi is based in the village of Pontrhydfendigaid with an abundance of nature all around. Whether you prefer the coast or the mountains, there are plenty of options for some amazing days out and about.
2. Strata Florida Abbey
Strata Florida Abbey is a former Cistercian abbey situated just outside the village around a 5 minute drive or 25 minute walk from Parc Teifi. The abbey was founded in 1164 and is one of the most important historical sites in Wales.
3. Cors Caron Nature Reserve
Cors Caron is one of the two remaining large remnants of active raised bog in Wales and is an important refuge for plants, insects, birds and mammals. Open to all on the walk along the Old Railway, it is around a two hour round trip back to the car park.
The fully accessible circular boardwalk route goes past the entrance to an observation building where you can enjoy a peaceful view of the reserve and its wildlife.
4. Tregaron Kite Centre
Tregaron Kite Centre and Museum is located in an old school house just a 10 minute drive from Parc Teifi. The many species of local birds are on display and the centre also acts as an information centre for Cors Caron. Kite feeding is carried out on Cors Caron during winter months
5. Devils Bridge Falls
Devils Bridge Falls is around a 20 minute drive from Parc Teifi and has been a popular tourist attraction for over 100 years, even impressing William Wordsworth who wrote about the “Torrent at the Devil’s Bridge”.
After seeing the unique three bridges built on top of each other, you will then take in the spectacular 300ft waterfalls deep within Rheidol gorge.
Aberystwyth is one of the biggest towns in Mid Wales and is renowned for its university. Being coastal adds to its appeal, as does its lovely collection of independent boutiques and eateries. It’s less than a half hour drive from Parc Teifi.
Aberaeron is a charming and picturesque coastal town often used to advertise the best that Wales has to offer for tourists. It’s just over a half hour drive from Parc Teifi and is well worth a visit during your stay.
8. Pumlumon Fawr
Often referred to as the forgotten mountain in Wales, Pumlumon Fawr is 2468ft at its peak and offers some spectacular views, well worth the hike. Less than 20 miles from Parc Teifi it is the highest peak in the Cambrian Mountains and popular with keen hikers
9. Brecon Beacons
With mountains and moorland, standing stones and castles, lively waterfalls and vibrant communities, the Brecon Beacons National Park has masses to offer visitors.
A little further away from Parc Teifi at around an hour and a half drive but well worth making a day out during your stay.
10. Snowdonia National Park
The Snowdonia Mountains and Coast area includes the Llŷn Peninsula, Cambrian Coastline, Conwy Valley and Hiraethog.
Around a 2hr drive from Parc Teifi, in the opposite direction to the Brecon Beacons it makes Parc Teifi the perfect middle ground if you want a real Welsh Adventure.