Trenewydd Farm Holiday Cottages in PembrokeshirePEMBROKESHIRE OFFERS A VARIETY OF THINGS TO DO.
Pembrokeshire has so much to offer, Trenewydd is also close to Ceredigion, so if you fancy dipping in and out of two counties, Trenewydd Farm Holiday Cottages are located in the perfect area.
There are plenty of local beaches, outdoor activities and family attractions to visit. Pembrokeshire is known for its exquisite beauty and its blue flag beaches.
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Family and Group Activities
Adventure Beyond Activities – www.cardiganbayactive.co.uk 10% Discount for Guests staying at Trenewydd
Cardigan Island Costal Farm Park – www.cardiganisland.com
Dolphin Siting – the highlight of many a holiday – Wildlife Boat Trips – www.abaytoremember.co.uk
Folly Farm Adventure Park and Zoo – www.folly-farm.co.uk
Oakwood Theme Park – www.oakwoodthemepark.co.uk
Heatherton World of Activities at Tenby – www.heatherton.co.uk
Ritec Valley Quad Bikes – www.ritec-valley.co.uk
West Wales Karting – www.westwaleskarting.co.uk
The Welsh Wildlife Centre – www.welshwildlife.org
Dyfed Shire Horse Farm with tractor and trailer farm tours – www.dyfed-shires.co.uk
You could visit a different beach for every day of your visit, most of which are award winning with some being dog friendly. Poppit Sands is the nearest to Trenewydd and has been awarded Blue Flag status. It is a glorious stretch of sand backed by dunes and has car parking, Life Guard facilities and a superb café. You can also pick up the Coastal Path from here. For full details of all the beaches please visit:
Walking The Coastal Path
We are ideally situated for walking the Coastal Path, north and south of Trenewydd.
The northern end of the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path starts from St Dogmaels to Newport and it is recommended taking two days to complete. The path is more rugged here but there are spectacular views of the rock formation and, of course, you are very likely see the dolphins and seals from this section. Please visit the following website for details of Pembrokeshire Walks: www.nt.pcnpa.org.uk/website/
The 405 Poppit Rocket Bus for Coastal Path Walkers follows the coastline between Fishguard and Cardigan, stopping at Pwllgwaelod, Dinas Cross, Newport, Moylegrove, Poppit Sands and St Dogmaels.
From Cardigan north you can follow the Ceredigion Coastal Path. Please visit: www.ceredigioncoastpath.org.
There are also some lovely strolls from Trenewydd Cottages. You can take the “high” road down to St Dogmaels village. visit the peaceful setting of the medieval Abby ruins (have a coffee in the superb Coach House restaurant), watch the ducks on calm mill pond, visit the working Watermill, walk along the Teifi Estuary and then take the “low” road to arrive back in Trenewydd. There are also stunning views over the sea to Cardigan Island.
If you are walking either the Pembrokeshire or the Ceredigion Coastal Path why not transfer your luggage from here to your next destination with ‘Walk Along Way’ Phone: 01437 769344 / 07976926165
Local Places To Eat
The Ferry Inn in St Dogmaels – Overlooking the Teifi Estuary with stunning views.
01239 615 172 www.ferry-inn.com
The White Hart in St Dogmaels – (Dog Friendly)
Traditionally 17th Century Pub – the best place for locally caught fish and shellfish.
The Teifi Netpool Inn in St Dogmaels with outside play area: 01239 612 680 www.teifinetpoolinn.com
Shampan – Indian Restaurant on a boat at Cardigan Quay: 01239 621444 ww1.shampancardigan.co.uk
The Preseli Hills are the setting of the famous Angel Mountain Saga of historical novels by Brian John in which many local villages and view points are mentioned. They are in complete contrast to walking the coastal path and afford a stunning 360 degree panorama across the sea to Ireland and Snowdonia on a clear day.
Llysyfran Reservoir – largest game fishing venue in West Wales. 01437 532694
Epic Fishing – sea fishing. 07989 496526 www.bassfishingtrips.co.uk
Body Matters – Please contact Lisa direct to discuss your requirements
On-site Facilities At Trenewydd
7 Self-catering holiday cottages, Bed and Breakfast accommodation, seasonal outdoor heated swimming pool, romantic cottage with hot tub spa, larger cottage with hot tub spa, children’s play area, ride-on toys, large football field, BBQ area, cooked plated breakfast delivered to your cottage, Monday Tuesday Wednesday evenings – bunny cuddling sessions, egg collecting, finding our adorable Shetland ponies Yorkie and Galaxy!