There’s always something to do
You’ll never have to time to get bored at Aberdwylan Holiday Park. There’s so much to do in and outside the park.
Aberdwylan offers you the chance to get away from it all. From the moment you arrive to the time you depart it’ll be barely long enough to fit everything in. . Just to give you a taste of what you can expect to find here, we can cater for most people’s leisure interests – anything from a game of golf to fishing and sailing. And when the day is drawing to a close, you may want to treat yourself to that special evening out where you can savour fine wines and excellent food, or perhaps an afternoon tea at the 17th Century Flour Mill that overlooks the famous falls of Cenarth. The area has lots to offer – whatever you have in mind it can all be found here.
Out and about
Aberdwylan is half a mile from the village of Abercych, and only one and a half miles from picturesque Cenarth, which is a favourite subject for photographers and famous for its waterfalls, salmon leap and coracle fishermen.
Nearby are the market towns of Newcastle Emlyn and well-known Cardigan, situated at the mouth of the River Teifi. Driving a little further brings attractions from all over West Wales within reach. All these are worth a visit – St. David’s Cathedral, the marinas at Pembroke and Milford Haven, and the more commercial holiday resorts of Tenby and Aberystwyth.
Ideal bathing beaches can be found up and down the local coastline. The nearest is at Cardigan, but the pretty picture postcard beaches and bays of Llangranog, Mwnt and New Quay are all within easy reach. If you head south you’ll discover many of Pembrokeshire’s famous beaches and walks – the Pembrokeshire Coast Path starts its long trek at Cardigan and leads right round the county to Amroth.
For those with an interest in history, the area abounds in castles and historic monuments. The ruined castle at Newcastle Emlyn, dating back to 1215, stands guard over the town and River Teifi, and is a natural setting to watch the many birds found in this area of West Wales.
If you can’t do it all on your visit, you’ll just have to come back again!