Finn-Me-Oot Lodge

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Entire cabin hosted by Isla

5 guests, 3 bedrooms, 5 beds, 1 bathroom
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Penlan Holiday Village West Wales is set in the heart of the beautiful Teifi Valley, close to the small pretty village of Cenarth and its famous Water Falls, but just a short drive from the spectacular sandy beaches, and rocky coves of Cardigan Bay.

The space
Our cabin is on the edge of a peaceful woodland park, within easy reach of fantastic beaches and countryside in the Pembrokeshire National Park. The Scandinavian-designed cabin is cosy and quiet. There are one double bedroom and two small bedrooms, a lounge, dining room, deck and a proper bathroom and kitchen. On the park there is a playground, dog-walking field and a shop, bar and swimming pool (open May to September). There is pay per use Wifi.

Where you'll sleep

Bedroom 1
1 double bed
Bedroom 2
2 single beds
Bedroom 3
2 single beds

What this place offers

Kitchen
Free parking on premises
Pool
TV
Washing machine
Dryer
Patio or balcony
Garden
Indoor fireplace
Hair dryer

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Where you’ll be

Cenarth, Wales, United Kingdom

In the local area
Cenarth
Lovely village with spectacular waterfalls and fabled salmon leap. Coracle museum, tea rooms, two pubs.
It's only a mile away, but the walk along the main road is not safe. There's free parking just before the bridge and opposite the campsite. If you park right by the falls you may be accosted by a man in yellow jacket seeking payment. The Nisa shop at the local garage (just over the bridge) is good and open decent hours, plus it has an excellent selection of local beers. There are natural swimming pools in the river, but best to swim below the falls and do take care.
Abercych
Tiny village in the other direction. Nags Head pub is lovely and has excellent food. Some nice walks from here, also glass recycling in the public car park.
Cardigan
Bustling county town with lovely river. Many services including Aldi, Tesco, Coop, plus shops, cafes and castle.
Places to eat and drink (not an exhaustive list!)
Pubs
Nags Head, Abercych: great food, lovely pub
Ferry Inn, St Dogmaels: welcoming, good food
The Webley, Poppit Sands: amazing views, alright food
Tafarn Sinc, Rosebush: historic, quirky, hearty food
Other
Ty Cenarth tea rooms: homemade cakes, scones, ice cream, light meals, in the centre of the village. Dogs allowed in the garden, Crymant, Cenarth SA38 9JL, (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)
Pizza Tipi, Cardigan: wood-fired pizzas, beer, open fire, family and dog friendly courtyard with live music. Only open in school holidays ((URL HIDDEN) on the quay at Cardigan,1 Cambrian Quay, Cardigan, SA43 1EZ, (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)
Yasmins curry house, Newcastle Emlyn: runner up in Wales’ best curry house awards, very tasty, Old Cawdor Hotel Sycamore Street, Newcastle Emlyn, Dyfed SA38 9AJ, (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)
Curry house on a boat, Cardigan: curry on a boat stranded on the quay in Cardigan. Exactly what it says; not tested, but good reports of Goan chefs, The Boat Restaurant, Quay St, Cardigan, SA43 1HR, (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)
Linda’s Thai, Llechryd: Thai takeaway in a garden shed, Maes Yr Haf, Llechryd, Cardigan, SA(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)
Coracles Fish and Chips, on the main road through Llechryd SA43 2NR
Stuff to see and do
Attractions
St Dogmaels: ruined abbey, farmers market on Tuesdays and special occasions, farm shop just outside
Cilgerran: ruined castle
Cenarth: waterfalls and river walk, pubs, tea rooms, shop.
Newport: picturesque coastal town, with nice beach, ruined castle and shops including butchers, greengrocer, Spar and several pubs (Golden Lion is recommended, not tried it yet!)
Beaches
Mwnt is about 10 minutes drive. Spectacular NT beach (NT parking) down a flight of steps. No dogs on the beach in summer but good walks around there still with furry friends. Good for swimming.
Aberporth is about 15 minutes away, £3 honesty box car park. Kayaks for hire, lifeguards, dogs allowed on one side in summer. Buggy and wheelchair friendly section of coast path towards Tresaith, which is a family friendly beach with lifeguards (no dogs on the beach in summer).
Poppit Sands is the mouth of the Teifi River, about 20 minutes away through cardigan. Enormous beach, £3 car parking in summer, although free parking on road and by the pub. Dogs allowed on eastern half in summer, and masses of space to run around.
Loads and loads of others within half hour drive!
Walking
Nice local walks along River Teifi from Cenarth and River Cych from Abercych.
Many sections of Pembrokeshire coast path accessible within 20 minute drive. With planning (relevant maps available in the cabin), you can do some nice circular sections, or use infrequent yet reliable buses to join sections together. Check websites for details (URL HIDDEN) or
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Other suggestions:
Dinas Head: circular headland walk along coastal path, completed by wheelchair and buggy friendly section between Pwll Gwaelod and Cwm Yr Eglywys. Parking and beaches at either end, but Pwll Gwaelod has a bigger car park and a pub.
Golden Road: 7 mile walk along ancient route to Ireland. Lots of tors and ancient stuff, including reputed burial place of King Arthur. Park outside Crymych and head up to Foeldragon and Carn Meini for great
views. On Tuesdays and Thursdays you can do the whole walk to finish in Rosebush and get a bus back to the car park. Only one per day, so check the times on Ceredigion council website! Historic tin pub (Tafarn Sinc) at Rosebush does hearty if basic food while you wait for the bus (no dogs inside).
Carn Ingli: periglacial tor with fine views behind Newport.
Cwm Gwaun: beautiful valley (former subglacial channel complex) with peaceful walks.
Further afield
St Davids: beautiful cathedral, many pubs, tat shops galore.
Newquay: lovely harbour town (reputedly inspiration for Under Milkwood), dolphin spotting
Solva: lovely coastal inlet, many pubs and cafes
Newgale: water sports mecca
Porthgain: historic harbour, great seafood restaurant (The Shed)
Llansteffan: expansive beach close to Carmarthen, good castle
Laugharne: Dylan Thomas’ writing shed, south of Carmarthen

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Joined in October 2016
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I live with my husband, son and daughter and we have 1 very sweet quiet cat called Lucy. I love reading, cooking and movies. I was born in New York, grew up in Scotland and now live in the beautiful Wye Valley. We love meeting new people and are welcoming hosts. We can't wait for you to come and share this beautiful area.
I live with my husband, son and daughter and we have 1 very sweet quiet cat called Lucy. I love reading, cooking and movies. I was born in New York, grew up in Scotland and now liv…

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