The Coach House is surrounded by the beautiful Welsh countryside and there are plenty of historic villages to explore in the local area.
View of Cwmtydu Beach
Cwmtydu Beach is a secluded cove that was once renowned for smugglers and pirates with its many hidden little caves. The legendary Sion Cwilt was one such smuggler who used this bay.
On the sea front stands a limekiln that has been restored in recent years, a memory of time gone by. During WW1 a U-boat commander came ashore to gather fresh supplies for his crew. But now the only landings on the beach are that of Atlantic Grey Seals who come on shore to give birth to their pups during the autumn season.
The Ceredigion Coastal Path is now being developed which offers excellent walking opportunities connecting all the local beaches. The Cardi Bach summer mini bus also operates a connecting service. We can provide advice, routes and maps on these and other inland walks.
On day visits, guests can comfortably reach such attractions as Dylan Thomas country at Laugharne, Aberystwyth, the Vale of Rheidol narrow gauge railway, the National Library of Wales, the gorge at Devil's Bridge and Strata Florida Abbey.
Visit the local town of Newcastle Emlyn in Carmarthenshire which is interesting especially on market days, as is the monthly horsemarket at Llanybydder.
- Aberaeron - Aberaeron is a charming Georgian port town on the Cardigan Bay coast of West Wales. Well worth a visit when you holiday in Cardiganshire
- New Quay - New Quay is a picturesque seaside town on the Cardigan Bay coast of West Wales. Its golden sandy beaches and sheltered harbour make New Quay a delight to visit at any time of year.
- Cardigan - Visit Cardigan on River Teifi for holiday in West Wales in Cardiganshire on Cardigan Bay UK. Information on cottages, hotels, travel, maps and see the dolphins.
- Llanerchaeron - This rare example of a self-sufficient 18th-century Welsh minor gentry estate has survived virtually unaltered. The villa, designed in the 1790s, is the most complete example of the early work of John Nash.
- The National Botanic Garden of Wales - Opened in May 2000, in Llanarthne. The project includes the Great Glasshouse, restoring 18th century formal gardens, woodland and species-rich grassland.
- Theatr Mwldan - Hosting a wide range of professional and amateur theatre, cinema, music and dance productions in Cardigan.
- The Cliff Hotel Spa - For flexibility and convenience our day spa experiences are time orientated, rather that focused on specific treatments, incorporating a combination of dedicated therapist treatment time with the opportunity for you to experience the very latest in heat and water therapies and enjoy our relaxing hydro spa with its sauna, steam room and Jacuzzi.
- The Red Kite Centre - You must visit West Wales to see the rare and beautiful Red Kite in its natural environment
- The Crown Inn, Llwyndafydd - The Crown Inn is a beautiful and traditional family friendly pub that serves real ale and good homemade food of the highest quality.
- The Rainforest centre - Information on the tropical house and butterfly centre, with free-flying butterflies in natural surroundings.
- Cilgerran Castle - Picturesque remains that include a pair of highly defensible round towers dating to the first half of the thirteenth century. Earlier Norman origins.
- Local cheesemaking - Welsh organic dairy produce, available to buy online.
- The Welsh Wildlife Centre - The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales manages around 90 wildlife reserves from Cardiff to Aberystwyth, including the stunning island reserves of Skokholm and Skomer. We stand up for wildlife and make it as accessible as possible for everyone. As a charity we are reliant on our members, donations, legacies and grants to continue our work.
- Oakwood Theme Park - Oakwood Leisure theme park in Pembrokeshire, Wales, UK provides fun for all the family, from white knuckle rides to entertaining events.
- Fantasy Farm Park - A great family adventure in the heart of the beautiful mid-wales countryside.
- Llangrannog Urdd Centre - We offer a wide range of activities including dry ski slope, quads, gym, swimming etc
- Aberporth beach - Beach guide
- Gwersyll Yr Urdd, Llangrannog - Gwersyll Llangrannog is a residential activity centre on the West Wales coast which has been in operation since 1932
- Tresaith beach - Beach guide
- Official Newcastle Emlyn Website
- Coastal Voyages - Coastal Voyages is based in the harbour town of Aberaeron
- Llain Activity Centre - Multi-Activity Centre in West Wales, Llanarth
- Aberaeron Craft Centre - A guide for visitors to this major source of crafts and outlining the wide variety of goods and services which are available from Aberaeron Craft Centre
- Newcastle Emlyn Website - Packed full of useful information
- The Teifi Valley Railway - The Teifi Valley Railway, Henllan
- Newcastle Emlyn Castle - information and pictures of the towns castle
- Aberystwyth Castle - information and pictures of the towns castle
- Internal Fire - Dedicated to the history of the Internal Combustion engine
- Vale of Rheidol Railway - Railway runs for 11¾ miles from Aberystwyth to Devil's Bridge
- Cwmrhydneuadd Golf Club - A friendly golf course offering challenging golf with good food
- Beaches in ceredigion - Info on beaches