FAMILY FUN OR RELAXING DAYS OUT ARE EASY IN PEMBROKESHIREExplore the vast array of attractions in West Wales
Local Towns & Villages near CardiganSt Dogmaels
The riverside village of St. Dogmaels lies in the north of Pembrokeshire Just 2 miles from the market town of Cardigan and 2 miles from Cardigan Bay Holiday Park.
St Dogmaels ( or St Dogs) as it is locally known, is significant because the Pembrokeshire coast path starts or finishes here in Poppit Sands, depending on which way you're walking it. The village has three main attractions all in the center of the village, St Dogmaels Abbey, The Coach House (St Dogmaels Heritage Centre) and Y Felin Water Mill.
There are several tea rooms, an art gallery, two pubs that do food, a fish and chip shop, Convenience shop, Post office and bakery.
Cardigan is a traditional market town and is an essential place visit when at Cardigan Bay Holiday Park. The Pace of Cardigan is both gentle and peaceful which adds to the character and charm of this ancient town.
Here you will find quaint streets, interesting shops, pubs and places to eat with many still with there traditional or original Georgian and Victorian fronts helping to create the perfect visitor experience.
Cardigan provides a cultural centre for local residents and visitors to West Wales and Cardigan Bay Holiday Park. In the Town you will find traditional Butchers, Bakers and Grocery shops plus specialists in local arts and crafts, sports and fishing.
Tesco’s, B & Q, Aldi and Morrison’s can all be found in the town of Cardigan.
Cardigan Castle in currently undergoing major renovation work.
The River Teifi flows through the town and provides a great place to sit and watch the world go by.
Newport is a beautiful and quaint little town on Pembrokeshire's north coast. Newport is very a very calm and tranquil place and has a small harbour and river estuary. There are some interesting shops, pubs and places to eat here and for the more active there is a great golf course.
The Poppit Rocket bus service leaves Newport regular for those wanting to travel back to cardigan or poppit sands.
Nestled between two cliffs, Llangrannog is perfectly framed and boasts two magnificent sandy bays. The village is located just 12miles north of Cardigan and can be reached via a country lane. You will find two pubs and two cafes that offer food and are welcoming to the whole family. The Village benefits from a local shop locally known as “Pete’s Shop” that sells beach goods and groceries. The Sunset here is spectacular.
For a great day out, Tenby is just 30 miles to the South of Cardigan Bay Holiday Park. Tenby is a traditional seaside town that has two large beaches, North Beach and South Beach and is also a walled town. Plenty of shops, takeaways, restaurants and pubs are available and many places that offer food provide locally caught fish.
You can catch a boat out to Caldy Island and visit the monks who make chocolate to a secret recipe.
The Cenarth Falls is a cascade of waterfalls just upstream off the road bridge in the village of Cenarth.
Visitors can see the old fish traps and coracle museum and perhaps have a spot of lunch in one of the pubs, or take a picnic and sit by the river.