Things to do
Brongwyn Holiday Cottages are within easy reach of a variety of activities, so whether you seek a lazy escape, or wish to enjoy the recreation and adventure that the area provides, you will find something for everyone.
- Cardigan market town, with its own Castle, shops, Golf Club (10% off green fees for guests staying at Brongwyn Cottages), and Theatre is just three miles away.
- Take a nostalgic trip on a narrow gauge steam train, visit a gold mine, or try dry slope skiing in the pretty seaside village of Llangranog
- Browse around craft shops, woollen mills and potteries or savour the Taste of Wales with local foods and wines chocolates, cheeses and seafood.
- There is a wide choice of excellent restaurants and inns to tempt you while you explore the area.
- Enjoy walking, sailing, horse riding, canoeing, bird-watching. Discover some of the beautiful gardens around the area, or visit the National Trust estate at
Llanerchaeron. Try fishing for salmon, brown trout and sea trout (sewin) on the River Teifi, or take the family on a boat trip.
- Look for dolphins and seals from at Cardigans Coastal Island Farm Park just a couple of miles down the lane from Brongwyn, or visit the Wildlife Centre at Cilgerran.
- For the watersports enthusiast, this is one of the best locations in Britain.
- The Cardigan Bay coast is popular for windsurfing, kayaking and scuba diving
- "Coasteering" combines scrambling along the rocks at sea level, swimming and cliff jumping and is one of the most fun ways there is of getting wet!
- Sample a huge range of family attractions in nearby Pembrokeshire, including "Oakwood", Wales largest theme park.
- Explore the castles and relics of the past; the prehistoric burial monument at Pentre lfan, the Benedictine abbey remains in St. Dogmaels, or Castell Henllys a fascinating reconstruction of an Iron Age settlement,