Do you love Cornwall but loathe the crowds? Then why not try beautiful West Wales?
With the famous Pembrokeshire National Park (the UK’s only coastal one) and Cardigan Bay at our feet – there’s no denying that we’ve been gifted a stunning coastline in beautiful West Wales. It’s dotted with hidden rocky coves, sandwiched between family friendly, bucket and spade beaches. Cardigan Bay is famous for its bottlenose dolphins, easily spotted from a Bay to Remember boat trip, just 5 minutes away. Also a short drive away are the Welsh Wildlife Nature Reserve (Cilgerran), the rolling Preseli Hills and the gorgeous River Teifi. The spectacular Cenarth falls are a few miles inland, showcasing the variety of sights to be seen in beautiful West Wales.
Three castles are situated within a 6 mile circle of Croft – Cardigan castle, Cilgerran castle, and Nevern castle. We’re just a couple of miles outside of the ancient market town of Cardigan, the cultural hub of Northern beautiful West Wales, as well as the pretty fishing village of St. Dogmaels. Further North is the picturesque harbour town of Aberaeron, and to the South is the upmarket seaside town of Newport, with its gorgeous cafes and views of the stunning mountains and beaches of beautiful West Wales.
Come to Croft and discover all this and more…