Places to visit Newcastle Emlyn

Here are a few suggestions for places to visit during your time here.

Cenarth Falls
Cenarth is a charming village on the side of the River Teifi. The river has made its way through the hard rocks to produce a spectacular series of waterfalls. Cenarth has a gift shop, tearooms, pubs and a coracle centre which is worth visiting.

National Woollen Museum
SA44 5UP
029 2057 3070
Entrance is free to this museum which is an interesting place to visit. It shows the process of making wool products from fleece to fabric; together with the machinery used in th process.

Gwili Steam Railway
Bronwydd Arms Station
Carmarthen SA33 6HT
01267 238213
This steam railway takes you on a picturesque journey alongside the River Gwili through lovely countryside.

New Quay

This pretty seaside town is about 15 miles away. The rows of colourful cottages look down onto the pretty harbour. Many activities can be enjoyed here; including fishing, water sports, boat trips to watch the dolphins swimming and the Reptile World centre.

Cardigan Island Coastal Farm Park
Gwbert-On-Sea. SA43 1PR
01239 623637
This is located on a scenic headland overlooking the nature reserve of Cardigan Island, which is 250 metres off-shore. Visitors can enjoy beautiful scenery, an island nature reserve, dramatic cliffs, maritime flowers, seals and dolphins. Open March- October.

SA48 8DG
01545 570200
This National Trust property which is near to Aberaeron is an interesting house to visit. The grounds have a working farm, walled gardens and a lakeside walk. Aberaeron is a Georgian seaside town with picturesque houses and many amenities.

It is about 8 miles to this quaint seaside town. It has several gift shops, teashops and a lovely sweeping beach.