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We have assembled a wide-ranging list of attractions for you to visit in Carmerthenshire, Ceredigion and Pembrokeshire when you stay with us at Terfyn Mawr. To find out more about the attractions listed below, simply click on the image for the attraction of your choice and you will be taken to the web site for that attraction.

Shire horse plulling a four wheel cart

Visit Dyfed Shires and meet these gentle giants on a traditional Welsh working farm at Wales's only dedicated Shire Horse Farm visitor attraction.

Art gallery at The Coach House, St Dogmaels, Pembrokeshire

The Coach House gallery of original contemporary paintings, photography, prints and drawings, changing each month and often accompanied by Artist in Residence days, talks and demonstrations.

Illuminated octopus puppet by Small World Theatre, Cardigan

Small World Theatre regularly host activities and events for young and old, inluding puppetry, dance, caberet and theatre performances with a focus on arts & sustainability, health and well-being.

Llanerchaeron Georgian villa

Llanerchaeron is an elegant Georgian villa owned by the National Trust, set in the wooded Aeron valley. This self-sufficient estate includes a farm, walled gardens and lake.

Coach House Museum exhibition, St Dogmaels Abbey, Pembrokeshire

The Coach House museum is in the grounds of St Dogmaels Abbey. The CADW designed museum exhibition allows the visitor to experience nearly 2000 years of Christian settlement at this site.

Roundhouses at Catell Henllys hill fort

The history of Castell Henlys hill fort is vividly brought to life by costumed guides who represent members of the Demetae tribe, which lived in this corner of Wales before, during and after the Roman invasion.

The house inside Cardigan Castle

Unlock the story of the Cardigan Castle, the people who lived there, & how it became the birthplace of Wales' biggest cultural festival, the Eisteddfod. Explore the medieval walls & Castle remains.

Gin tasting at West Wind Distillery

Immerse yourself in a gin tasting experience at In the Welsh Wind Distillery and discover a world of craft gin. Sample fine spirits from some of Wales' smallest distilleries, curated to widen your gin experience.

Facemask sculture in Sculpture Heaven Gardens

Sculpture Heaven gardens, with its galleries, workshop & tearoom, will be of interest to those who appreciate art as much as those who enjoy visiting gardens.

Pathway through Cae Hir Gardens, Lampeter

Cae Hir's gloriously natural feel is punctuated by innovative formal features, a bonsai collection, stone & slatework, covering 5 acres of hillside rounded off by a meandering stream and water garden.

Bees on a honeycomb

See natural bee nests hanging from branches & inside hollow logs. See bees flying in & out with their loads of pollen & nectar. Watch the bees interact with each other, share food & communicate using dances.

Wool weaving machines in Melin Teifi

Melin Teifi's workshop at the National Wool Museum, once the centre of a thriving woollen industry. Follow the process from fleece to fabric and wonder at the national collection of flat textiles.

Theatr Mwldan, Cardigan

Mwldan presents a diverse and eclectic professional programme of national & international artistic activity across a wide range of artforms, including drama, music, dance, film, literature, opera, visual & applied arts.

Alan George 2 ft guage steam locomotive

Teifi Valley Railway, situated between Newcastle Emlyn and Llandysul, has a 2ft (610mm) narrow gauge railway, miniature railway, cafe, indoor & outdoor play areas, crazy golf & quoits.

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.

Wool weaving machines in Melin Teifi

The Gwili Railway is a standard gauge steam railway running alongside 4 miles of the River Gwili between Bronwydd Arms, Abergwili Junction and Danycoed, passing through farmland & wooded hillsides.

Plants flowering in the National Botanical Garden of Wales glasshouse

With Lord Foster's glasshouse as its centrepiece, the National Botanic Garden of Wales covers over 500 acres of themed gardens and nature reserve.

Starting an Allen stationary engine

Engines are run in the Internal Fire Museum of Power every day with a variety of sounds and smells that are eye opening to those who don't remember and evocative of a previous life to those who do.

Blissful buffalo (credit Nathan Walton)

Explore nature trails at The Welsh Wildlife Centre on foot or two wheels, play in the adventure playground, discover the willow maze, meet resident water buffalo and the friendly giant willow otter.

Red kite

The British Bird of Prey Centre at the National Botanical Garden of Wales. Three times daily, you will be able to see birds of prey flying within metres of you, whilst they show off their natural skills.

Vale of Rheidol Railway steam train

Board one of the Vale of Rheidol Railway restored steam trains for a journey along the Rheidol Valley and enjoy the scenic trip through the ancient woodlands to Devil's Bridge, home of the famous waterfalls, nestled in the magnificent Cambrian Mountains.

Leading llamas along a country lane

Pembrokeshire Llamas provide guided llama walks and trekking expeditions. The llamas are available most weeks and weekends throughout the year. You will be able to walk with your very own haltered llama for the duration of the trek and obtain the ultimate llama selfie!.

Painting of a man with a horse from the Pembrokeshire past and present collection

Pembrokeshire: Past and Present celebrates Pembrokeshire's history, as well as its continuing charm, displaying iconic works by artists and writers such as Gwen and Augustus John, Waldo Williams, Meinir Mathias and Graham Sutherland at the Riverside, Haverfordwest.

Carew Castle and tidal mill

Carew Castle is one of the most architecturally diverse in Wales; from the west a Norman fortress, yet from the north an Elizabethan mansion. The site includes the only restored Tidal Mill in Wales, an 11th century Celtic cross, a Medieval bridge & picnic area linked by a circular walk

Display of ceramics, glasswork, jewellery, paintings, photography, sculptures, textiles, woodcrafts, basketry, handmade furniture

Run entirely by and for local artists & craftspeople, Newport Collective Gallery displays a unique selection of ceramics, glasswork, jewellery, paintings, photography, sculptures, textiles, woodcrafts, basketry, handmade furniture.

View of Workshop Wales Gallery

Workshop Wales Gallery is a family-run gallery offering an eclectic collection of paintings, sculptures and ceramics from over 40 acclaimed local and national artists, as well as introducing you to new artists.

The Boatshed Gallery

The Boat Shed Gallery in St Dogmaels, Pembrokeshire houses a collection of fine art and jewellery produced by Pauline Latham that changes and grows continually.

Sea Môr Aquarium

The Sea Môr Aquarium in Goodwick is a great rainy day activity for all the family. It allows close up views of a variety of marine creatures, representing the diversity of life found in Welsh waters.


Please note that we have assembled the above list of attractions in good faith to assist you in making your stay with us special. We at Terfyn Mawr are not associated in any way with the attraction providers listed, nor do we endorse services or products provided by them. Furthermore, we can not guarantee that any of the attractions listed above are currently available to visit or that they are as listed. Please ensure that you satisfy yourself with what is being provided before committing to travelling or making any booking.