FOOD AND DRINK

The lushness of the land and the purity of the water encourages local artisan 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 artisan food producers, quality inns cafes and restaurants. The featured suppliers below are members of VTV.

Dolbryn Caravan & Campsite

Dolbryn is a peaceful family campsite situated in the heart of the Teifi Valley. We’re ideally situated to explore the very best this wonderful region has to offer. You'll always have a warm welcome here, where we hope you’ll enjoy our peaceful spot with acres of woodland, lakes and vineyard. www.dolbryn.co.uk 01239 710683 read more

Larkhill Tipis and Yurts

Established in 2003, Larkhill Tipis and Yurts is an award winning 20 acre eco-friendly smallholding located in beautiful countryside near Cardigan Bay, West Wales, with fantastic views over the Teifi Valley. Set on the edge of four acres of mature woodland are five different nomadic structures - a Mongolian ger, a Bentwood yurt, an Alachigh (a stunning dome-like structure), an 18' Native American Indian Tipi and a Lavvu, used by the Sami tribe in Scandinavia. Each tent has its own 'space' with hand-made stepping stones weaving in and around the campsite to prevent muddy paths! www.larkhilltipisandyurts.co.uk or contact Fran or Tony on 01559 371581 or 07875828890 read more

The Welsh Quilt Centre

The Welsh Quilt Centre is an exceptional venue in the heart of the Teifi Valley. Here at Lampeter’s historic Town Hall we believe we offer a truly unique experience by celebrating the ancient art of the Welsh Quilt alongside contemporary works of local and international artists. Tel: 01570 422088 www.welshquilts.com www.facebook.com/WelshQuiltCentre Twitter: @welshquilts read more

Jen Jones Welsh Quilts and Blankets Cottage Shop, Llanybydder

The Jen Jones Welsh Quilts and Blankets Cottage Shop is located just outside the village of Llanybydder. Our charming eighteenth century cottage shop attracts visitors from around the world to see our truly delightful selection of quilts, blankets, and more. We are open Monday to Saturday 10am to 6pm. quilts@jen-jones.com www.jen-jones.com Tel: 01570 480610 Twitter: @JenJonesQuilts read more

Over The Rainbow

Over the Rainbow Vegetarian Guest House A warm welcome awaits you at this secluded Vegetarian Guest House 7 miles west of Newcastle Emlyn, only 3 miles from the pristine Cardigan Bay coast. A restored Georgian mansion offering quality accommodation nestled among acres of woodland and gardens, with idyllic views across the Welsh countryside. Green Tourism Gold Award, Vegetarian Society Approved. www.overtherainbowwales.co.uk read more

Rose Wood Jewellery

The Little Workshop is the studio of award winning jewellery designer Rose Wood. Rose has lovingly transformed an outbuilding at her home in west Wales into a cosy workshop in order to teach traditional jewellery making skills. You can learn to make a finished piece of silver jewellery over the course of a day or an afternoon, the workshops are ideal for beginners or those wanting to improve their skills www.rose-wood-jewellery.co.uk read more

Cosy Little Thatched Croglofft Cottage

The cottage is located in the heart of the Teifi Valley. Tucked away along a private track with far reaching views over the valley. The cottage has been lovingly converted using environmentally friendly, natural materials. The traditional Welsh slate floor has cosy underfloor heating fired by a low carbon log boiler plus a log stove to ensure you are snug in all weathers. The perfect place to get away from it all, go walking, fishing, cycling, canoeing or visit the gorgeous beaches of Cardigan Bay. There are footpaths and cycle routes which can be explored from from the doorstep. Local pubs, restaurants and cafes are close by. read more

National Wool Museum

The National Wool Museum is located in the former Cambrian Mills in the village of Dre-fach Felindre in the beautiful Teifi Valley, Carmarthenshire. This valley was once the centre of a thriving Welsh woollen industry. The Museum’s historic working textile machinery shows the process of weaving woollen cloth from fleece to fabric. A gallery displays the wide range of woollen textiles produced by mills throughout Wales. read more

THE POET AND AUTHOR, T LLEW JONES

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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On-line Third Party Agents (OTA’s)

Article from Meleri at the Falcondale Hotel. http://www.thefalcondale.co.uk/home On-line third party agents are companies such as booking.com, expedia, laterooms, etc. These companies are the experts at getting guests to book through their websites spending millions...

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For more recommendations visit the following tourist websites:-

Discover Carmarthenshire A comprehensive site - walking, fishing, cycling etc.  and Look out for vouchers giving you reductions on many attractions and activities. Things to do in Ceredigion

Visit Teifi Valley

Vist Wales useful information about Wales  www.visitwales.com 

http://en.wikivoyage.org/wiki/Wales   More useful information about Wales

http://www.newcastle-emlyn.com Newcastle Emlyn Independent Town website

http://www.visit-carmarthenshire.co.uk Things to do in Carmarthenshire

http://www.pembrokeshire-online.co.uk/things_to_do.htm Things to do in Pembrokeshire.

http://www.visitwales.co.uk/upload/pdf/Car_Free_Days_out_in_Pembrokeshire.pdf - think about having a day out without the car