Activities

If you're looking for holiday cottages in Wales with plenty of things to do then Ffynnon Grog doesn't disappoint.
There is a huge selection of activities and things to explore below:
New Quay Honey Farm

New Quay Honey Farm

Established in 1995, New Quay Honey Farm has now expanded and has bee hives across Ceredigion from which they produce a beautifully blended honey. Not only is there a shop and team room on site, there is also a ‘Bees behind glass exhibition’, where you can see a live colony of bees at work from behind the safety of the glass. For more information please visit their website below:

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Heritage Canoes
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Heritage Canoes

Explore the Teifi Gorge in a completely unique way by Canoe. Heritage canoes offer trips along the Teifi Gorge starting at the Wetland Centre. The route offers safe and gentle river paddling in open canoes for people of all abilities and ages. Row past a variety of wildlife habitats and get the chance to see animals such as kingfishers, dragonflies or even an otter! For more information, please visit their website below:

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Cardigan Bay Active
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Cardigan Bay Active

Are you the adventurous type? Then why not visit Cardigan Bay Active! They have a whole range of activities to get your adrenaline pumping, from kayaking to coasteering, climbing to SUP boarding, there is something for everyone. Not sure it’s for you? Then why not take part in their ‘Come and Try Mondays’, where you can have a taster session of the various activities before you decide whether to sign up for a half or full day? For more information please visit their website below:

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Cardigan Castle

Cardigan Castle

Discover the fascinating history of Cardigan and its castle from the medieval period to the present day. Admire the Georgian architecture of its beautiful mansion whilst looking out over the river Teifi and Cardigan town. There are various exhibitions, concerts and events held in the grounds of the castle and you can explore the historic kitchen garden, which has been recreated and supplies the onsite restaurant. For more information, please visit the website below:

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Welsh Wildlife Centre

Welsh Wildlife Centre

Take a wander through the wonders of nature at The Welsh Wildlife Centre and Teifi Marshes Nature Reserve. Families will love exploring the nature trails on foot or two wheels, playing in the adventure playground, discovering the willow maze, meeting the resident water buffalo and the friendly giant willow badger. For more information please visit their website below:

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Castell Henllys

Castell Henllys

This Iron Age Fort is located on an island outcrop with stunning views of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. Take a look at what it was like to live over 2,000 years ago and experience life in the Iron Age. You can walk in the footsteps of the Demetae Tribe. There is huge range of activities to get involved in, which include; training as an Iron Age warrior or watching a woodsman at work. For further information, please visit their website below:

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Cardigan Island Coastal Farm Park

Cardigan Island Coastal Farm Park

A fantastic day out for all of the family, this unique farm park not only has traditional friendly farm animals, such as pigs, sheep, ponies etc. but also has more exotic animals such as Llamas and Emus. Located on the scenic headland overlooking the nature reserve of Cardigan Island, you may also get to see bottlenose dolphins and Atlantic grey seals. There is outdoor play area and sand pit, and if you are hungry after all of that fresh air then there is a café on site. For more information please visit their website below:

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Cilgerran Castle
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Cilgerran Castle

Uncover nearly 800 years of history at the magnificent Cilgerran Castle. This striking 13th-century fortress is perched overlooking the spectacular Teifi Gorge. Often used for dramatic, outdoor Shakespearean productions. For further information please visit their website below:

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St Dogmaels Abbey

St Dogmaels Abbey

This is one of Pembrokeshire’s most beautiful historical attractions located in the lovely village of St Dogmaels. Take a walk around the ruins of the Abbey, visit the museum and have a cup of tea in the onsite café. For more information please visit the St Dogmaels Abbey website below:

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National Wool Museum

National Wool Museum

The National Wool Museum is located in the former Cambrian Mills and various woollen materials were made here and transported to rural areas in Wales, as well as shipped internationally. You can follow the journey from fleece to fabric and have a go at the different stages of wool production. For more information please visit their website below:

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Cardigan Guildhall Market

Cardigan Guildhall Market

The first market took place in 1860 and it is one of the first civic buildings in Britain designed in a modern gothic style. There is an array of different products from local businesses on sale here. For more information please visit their website below:

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Rhosygilwen

Rhosygilwen

This is a stunning venue for a variety of music, arts and cultural events in Cilgerran, North Pembrokeshire. Held in the beautiful Oak Hall (Neuadd Y Dderwen) constructed in green oak and there are occasionally outdoor performances in the gardens. There is also the opportunity to have a sit down meal in the Orangery before some performances. Some of the events include classical, jazz, opera, folk as well as dance and literary festivals. To find out what is on, please visit their website below:

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A Bay to Remember

A Bay to Remember

A Bay to Remember – One of the best wildlife spotting boat trips in Cardigan Bay. Take part in your very own sea adventure exploring the breath taking scenery and abundance of wildlife on a Rigid Hulled Inflatable boat (RHIB). Keep your eyes peeled for Atlantic Grey Seals, Bottlenose Dolphins and a variety of sea birds. Explore sea caves and the stunning scenery of the Cardigan Bay coastline. For more information or to book a trip visit their website below:

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Llanerchaeron

Llanerchaeron

An elegant Georgian Mansion set in the wonderfully secluded Aeron Valley, not far from the coastal town of Aberaeron. The house has remained remarkably unaltered for the past 200 years and gives visitors a sense of what it would be like during that era. The self-sufficient estate includes a farm, walled gardens and a lake. For more information please visit their website below:

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Charming Welsh Holiday Cottages near Cardigan West Wales set in 20 acres of meadowland with
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A stone’s throw from award winning beaches