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“If you prefer active family holidays, then Salmon Falls is ideal. It really is a lovely part of the world, blessed with stunning scenery, oozing history and heritage and with top quality attractions dotted all over the place.”

Beaches, bays & beautiful countryside

Local holiday highlights

Nestling on the border of Pembrokeshire and Ceredigion, Salmon Falls Cottage is the perfect holiday base. We promise that you’ll have loads to see and do. Here’s just a taster of what you can look forward to!

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1 and 2. Mynt Beach

The beautiful and unspoilt Mwnt beach – looked after by the National Trust, and with spectacular views and a charming 16th century Church.

3. Penbryn Cove

Penbryn Cove – another beach cared for by the National Trust. You can also visit the National Trust’s other beach in this area – Cwmtydu – a smugglers’ cove and one of the best places for seal-spotting!

4. Sea Kayaking in Cardigan Bay

With Blue Flag beaches – like Poppit Sands, and other seaside gems such as Tresaith, Aberporth and Llangrannog, there are plenty of opportunities for watersports such as surfing, canoeing and kayaking

5 and 6. Pembrokeshire’s stunning coastal path:

Enjoy the view from Penderi Cliffs! Ceibwr Bay and the ‘Witches Cauldron’ is another stunning spot for walking, sea angling and enjoying the spectacular coastal scenery. At Cemaes Head – the highest sea cliffs in the Pembrokeshire National Park – there are wonderful views over Cardigan Bay.

7. Walking in the Preseli Mountains

Cenarth is a great place for river, woodland and mountain walks with many waymarked routes and there are also several nature reserves throughout the area, including The Welsh Wildlife Centre – a wonderful wildlife haven on the banks of the Teifi River. And don't forget that beautiful Pengelli Forest

is also nearby.

8. Cilgerran Castle

Visit the impressive Cilgerran Castle and enjoy beautiful valley views along the River Teifi.

9. Castell Henllys – the Iron Age hill fort

Step back in time at Castell Henllys, a unique Iron Age hill fort recreated with fantastic replica Iron Age roundhouses, built right on top of the excavated remains of an existing hill fort, dating back 2,400 years.

10. Teifi Valley Railway

Enjoy rides through miles of unspoilt woodland. Relax, savour the scenery and let the steam train take the strain.

11 and 12. Dolphin spotting

With Cardigan Bay being so close, boat trips to spot the bottlenose dolphins and grey seals of Cardigan Bay are a big favourite with our guests.

13, 14, 15 and 16. Watersports

The River Teifi is a magnet for watersport enthusiasts and there are numerous activity centres along the River Teifi offering boating, sailing, canoeing and kayaking. You can also saddle up and go horse riding or pony trekking, play golf, have a swim, or fish, sail and boat on the River Teiffi. With Cardigan Bay being so close, you will have plenty of opportunity to try your hand at surfing, kayaking, kitesurfing and canoeing. Alternatively, just chill out and enjoy the miles of golden sand around our coast.


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