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Log Cabins & Cottages in Cenarth Village in The Teifi Valley

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Home to the Cenarth Falls

Cenarth is a pretty village that can be found nestled in the Teifi Valley in the county of Carmarthenshire and bordering the counties of Pembrokeshire and Ceredigion. The village is positioned about eight miles South East of Cardigan and three miles West of Newcastle Emlyn.

Straddling the River Teifi, the beautiful village of Cenarth comes complete with a shop, two pubs (both serve food), and two tea rooms.

Visitors are drawn to the village to see the Cenarth Falls, a series of small cascading waterfalls and pools produced by the River Teifi. The Cenarth Falls are a wonderful sight to behold, wonderful is then upgraded to spectacular when the river is in full flood and the waters of the River Teifi can be seen thundering over the falls. Towards the end of the year (Autumn), the Cenarth Falls provide an awe-inspiring sight as salmon can be seen leaping up the falls as they return upstream to spawn.

The River Teifi provides anglers with some of the best fishing for salmon, brown and sea trout in Wales. Fishing the Cenarth section of the River Teifi begins at the island below Cenarth and extends up to just below the falls.

There are various picturesque walks in and around the village and near the river and waterfalls.

Beside the beautiful Cenarth Falls and set in the grounds of a 17th-Century Flour Mill is The National Coracle Centre, a fascinating museum and workshop that houses Coracles from around the world.

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Cenarth tourist information

Home to the Cenarth Falls

Cenarth is a pretty village that can be found nestled in the Teifi Valley in the county of Carmarthenshire and bordering the counties of Pembrokeshire and Ceredigion. The village is positioned about eight miles South East of Cardigan and three miles West of Newcastle Emlyn.

Straddling the River Teifi, the beautiful village of Cenarth comes complete with a shop, two pubs (both serve food), and two tea rooms.

Visitors are drawn to the village to see the Cenarth Falls, a series of small cascading waterfalls and pools produced by the River Teifi. The Cenarth Falls are a wonderful sight to behold, wonderful is then upgraded to spectacular when the river is in full flood and the waters of the River Teifi can be seen thundering over the falls. Towards the end of the year (Autumn), the Cenarth Falls provide an awe-inspiring sight as salmon can be seen leaping up the falls as they return upstream to spawn.

The River Teifi provides anglers with some of the best fishing for salmon, brown and sea trout in Wales. Fishing the Cenarth section of the River Teifi begins at the island below Cenarth and extends up to just below the falls.

There are various picturesque walks in and around the village and near the river and waterfalls.

Beside the beautiful Cenarth Falls and set in the grounds of a 17th-Century Flour Mill is The National Coracle Centre, a fascinating museum and workshop that houses Coracles from around the world.

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