Our goal here at Trenewydd Farm is simple; we aim to make your stay with us as enjoyable, relaxing, and fun as possible. We have various activities on site: our swimming pool, FootGolf course, Slot Car Shack, games field, table tennis, and giant outdoor chess, jenga and connect4.... However, we understand that you still might like to explore the area! Of course, there are the gorgeous sandy beaches, stunning walks, quirky towns, boat trips, and all the activities on offer from companies such as Cardigan Bay Active, or Adventure Beyond.
But if you don't have much time with us, or you want a relaxed day, you might want to go for one of the very nearest attractions.
1. Castell Henllys (11 minutes)
Our guests always rave about a visit to this Iron Age Village. The fort was reconstructed on its original foundations, and is a fascinating look at how life would have been. There's also plenty of wildlife to look out for, walks though woodland and alongside the river, and also a Barefoot Trail.
2. Cardigan Island Coastal Farm Park (15 minutes)
A great opportunity to take a stroll along the cliff top overlooking Cardigan Island and enjoy those stunning coastal views. Look carefully out to sea, and you may be lucky enough to see Atlantic grey seals, or bottlenose dolphins. There are plenty of farm animals which you can wander around and see, and even feed them if you want to, including sheep, goats, pigs, donkeys, rabbits, and also alpacas. There's a play area and cafe too, so you can relax before and after your cliff top walk.
3. The Welsh Wildlife Centre (14 minutes)
A wonderful place to visit, either to walking or cycle, with tidal mudbanks and reedbeds, and you'll find pasture, woodland, and freshwater marsh. This is one of the best wetland sites in Wales, where'll you see all kinds of wildlife such as kingfishers, marsh harriers, mallards, sika deer, and even water buffalo. If you want to venture further, why not take a walk along the boardwalk into Cardigan town. Or pick up some refreshments from the Glasshouse Café and sit and enjoy the view across the Teifi Estuary.
4. Heritage Canoes (14 minutes)
A lovely, safe, and easy way to take to the water, suitable for all ages and abilities. Canoeing in the Teifi gorge is a wonderful adventure, and a chance to see plenty of native wildlife, even an otter or two.
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