at The Cliff Hotel & Spa, Gwbert, Cardigan, SA43 1PP
The Cliff Spa is the perfect relaxing retreat on the Ceredigion coast. The unique spa area is submerged underground, creating a tranquil ambience for an indulgent and de-stressing experience.
Once you have fully submerged yourself in the luxurious facilities, continue your relaxation in one of the four single treatment rooms where there are a fantastic range of treatments on offer, from massages and body scrubs to manicures and facials. Experienced, professional therapists are on hand every step of the way to ensure that you leave The Cliff Spa feeling relaxed and rejuvenated.
Cardigan Golf Club
Gwbert, Cardigan, SA43 1PR
Situated some three miles north of Cardigan town centre, high above the shores of Cardigan Bay and the Teifi Estuary, this is a SPECIAL place to play golf.
Excellent drainage and a relatively mild climate ensures that the course is playable throughout the year off regular tees and greens. Some say that Cardigan is at its very best through the Autumn and Winter months.
If you haven’t played here yet, a warm welcome awaits, and you won’t be disappointed.
Cardigan Island Coastal Farm Park
Gwbert, Cardigan, SA43 1PR
This unique farm park is stunningly located on a scenic headland, overlooking the nature reserve of Cardigan Island, which is just 200 yards off-shore, so it can be clearly viewed from the park.
A colony of Atlantic grey seals breed in the many caves below the farm park cliffs and can be seen virtually every day. Cardigan Bay’s bottlenose dolphins are frequent visitors to the waters surrounding the park. There is a variety of friendly farm animals here as well as an outdoor adventure playground and café.
A Bay to Remember Boat Trips
Depart from Gwbert & Cardigan
A Bay to Remember’s fully guided marine tours offer a safe and exhilarating experience suitable for all ages and abilities (wheelchair accessible boarding available in Cardigan), using a modern, purpose built vessel with the latest environmentally friendly engines and equipment, including underwater hydrophones to allow you to listen in on our amazing underwater world. Bottlenose Dolphins, Harbour Porpoise and Grey Seals are regularly sighted, plus a wide variety of birds.
Cardigan, Ceredigion, SA43 1JA
Enjoy the splendour of a Georgian mansion, where you can unlock the story of the Castle, the people who lived here, and find out how it became the birthplace of Wales’ biggest cultural festival, the Eisteddfod.
Welsh Wildlife Centre
Cilgerran, near Cardigan, Pembrokeshire, SA43 2TB
Families will love exploring the nature trails on foot or two wheels, playing in the adventure playground, discovering the willow maze, meeting the Wildlife Centre’s resident water buffalo and friendly giant willow badger.
Cilgerran, near Cardigan, Pembrokeshire, SA43 2SF
The coracle, a one-person boat native to these parts, has a history dating back thousands of years. Cilgerran Castle, which overlooks the Teifi, a river favoured by the peculiar vessel, isn’t doing too badly either. Almost 800 years young and counting.
National Trust members are admitted free of charge upon production of a valid membership card.
Folly Farm Adventure Park & Zoo
Kilgetty, Pembrokeshire, SA68 0XA
As one of only seven zoos in the UK that cares for the critically endangered Eastern black rhino, you can also see lions, zebras, ostriches, giraffes, Bactrian camels, bongos, lemurs, meerkats, tapirs, Barbary macaques, squirrel monkeys…the list goes on!