Visit Teifi Valley - Croeso Dyffryn Teifi

Working To Increase And Improve Tourism In The Teifi Valley And The Surrounding Areas

Cenarth Falls

Paddling at Llandysul Paddlers

Newcastle Emlyn Town

Feeding pigs near Cenarth

Mountain Biking

Welcome to the Teifi Valley - Croeso Dyffryn Teifi

The longest river in Wales and an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, bridging the Cambrian Mountains and Cardigan Bay

Discover the perfect all year round, all weather holiday destination that is the 75 miles of the Teifi Valley, an area of outstanding natural beauty in West Wales passing through the three counties of  Pembrokeshire, Ceredigion and Carmathenshire.


There is a great range of places to stay in the Teifi Valley - fantastic hotels, wacky glamping sites, cool camping near the beach, cottages, B&Bs and friendly Pubs we have it all!  


The Teifi Valley has something for everyone whether you crave for adventure in the "2017 Year Legends" or you want to visit the many castles, arts and crafts centres and sleepy towns nestling in the valley. There are many pathways for ramblers and cyclists for fishing and bird watching enthusiasts for fans of all the outdoor activities on the river, Canoeing, Kayaking, Coasteering and White water rafting.  


The lushness of the land and the purity of the water encourages local food and drink producers including micro brewers and distilleries, producers of fine cheese, honey,  preserves and traditional lamb and beef. We even have local chocolate manufacturers. We help you to find local producers, quality inns cafes and restaurants.  

News and Special Events for All


An article by Jinsy from Penyrallt Fach Cottage The Teifi Valley has recently been the focus of a number of events held to celebrate the centenary of the renowned Welsh author and poet T.  Llew Jones (1915 -2009). He spent his childhood in the village of Pentre-Cwrt,...

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Poems and Photos from Aeron John Photography

Some people walk on roads paved with gold. Some people walk on roads of dust. Some people walk in the company of a loved one. Some people walk alone. What of those who walk alone on roads of dust?   Who are THEY? THEY are there in the past ,the present and...

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Llanllwni Parish Paupers.

Article by Judith of Nonni Barn The earliest record of a pauper in Llanlwni was in 1653, when a lady named Gwenllan Griffith’s whole estate was listed as eight shillings. The church vestry provision for the poor was seen as inadequate by many, so wealthier...

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Ceridwen Centre

Ceramic house signs

Penyrallt Fach

Dairy Cottages