Tawelfa Lodge, Cenarth - sleeps 4
01545 - 580496
Nestling among the trees on the
extensive Penlan Holiday Park at Cenarth, Tawelfa Lodge offers a
comfortable hideaway close to the beautiful Cenarth Falls on the
famous River Teifi and just a few miles drive from Cardigan Town and
some of the most spectacular beaches on the Cardigan Bay coast
including Mwnt and Poppit Sands.
This park is a quiet leafy
family-oriented resort with its own bar and restaurant, games room
and swimming pool - there is no extra charge to visitors for these
facilities. The park is just a few minutes drive from Cenarth and
from the famous Nags Head Inn and Micro-Brewery with its family and
pet friendly riverside dining area and celebrated menu to include
fresh Teifi Sewin (Sea Trout) in season.
Tawelfa Lodge is fully insulated and double glazed and lined with Scandinavian pine
throughout. The comfortable sitting/dining room opens through French
doors onto the deck. The well equipped kitchen has an electric
cooker, microwave and all the usual small appliances. There is a
double bedroom and a bunk bedroom. Bed linen is provided.
There is a shower room with
shower, WC and wash basin.
- No extra charge for park facilities - swimming
pool (seasonal) , games room etc.
- Bed linen provided
- Weekly lets only.
- One well behaved dog welcomed
- Prices from £180 to £400 per week for a family of
- Minutes from the spectacular scenery of Cenarth
- Just a few miles from Cardigan Town and the
lovely market town of Newcastle Emlyn
- Close to some of the best beaches of the West
- Just a short drive from the renowned Nags
Head pub, restaurant and micro-brewery at Abercych.
- Charcoal Barbecue provided.
- Electricity by £1 tokens - available in the
laundry 24 hours.
The Local Area
Cenarth: Cenarth is a charming little
community straddling the river Teifi between Cardigan and
Newcastle Emlyn. Here, the River Teifi has made its way through
the hard rocks to produce a spectacular series of waterfalls.
The Teifi has always been famous
for its Salmon, and it is recorded that over one hundred Salmon
have been taken in a single morning as they attempted to leap the
falls on their way up river to spawn.
There are more photos of Cenarth here.
Cardigan Bay and its Beaches: Cenarth is 10 miles inland
from Cardigan along the River Teifi. From Cardigan, you can either
go south to the beaches of Pembrokeshire, or north to the beaches
of Cardiganshire which include, Mwnt, Tresaith, Aberporth, Penbryn
and New Quay. The nearest beaches are Mwnt and Poppit Sands.
There are photos of the beaches here.
The Nag's Head, Abercych - When you enter the pub the
rustic idyll is utterly complete -a 16th Century welsh stone and
wooden beam dominated bar and lounge with a vast array of Beer
Bottles from back in time and a coracle suspended from the ceiling
! They serve hand pulled local beers and the food attracts people
from the surrounding area as well as hikers and tourists. The
portions are hearty but that does not detract from the quality -
there's locally caught sea-trout and welsh lamb to be found
amongst the fresh produce. A really homely atmosphere ensures that
all are welcome.