Things To Do

The Teifi Valley has something for everyone whether you crave for adventure 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. featured below are some of the activities offerred by our members

Art and Craft

  • Cariad Glass

    SONY DSCCariad Glass is based in the small market town of Llandysul in rural west Wales, overlooking the stunning River Teifi. We produce a wide range of glass gifts, mirrors, bespoke glass panels and also offer a restoration service. www.cariadglass.co.uk Read more…

  • Ceramic House Signs

    Dragon-numberOrder a unique, distinctive house name or number for your home or holiday accommodation, hand made and hand painted on the banks of the Teifi in West Wales. Your bespoke sign can be painted to your own specifications so your sign is distinctive and individual to you. Read more…

  • Jen Jones Welsh Quilts and Blankets Cottage Shop, Llanybydder

    Quilts outside the shopThe 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…

  • Moriath Glass

    Designer glass created by hand and kiln in my studio just off the Teifi valley, reflecting the vast, ever-changing landscape of this part of Wales. Each handmade piece is a unique creation. www.moriathglass.co.uk

  • Fuse-n-Beads

    Glass, glass, and more glass - whether flame or kiln worked, Judith of Fuse'n beads creates both functional and decorative glassware including unique beads, jewellery, paperweights, clocks, dishes and pictorial scenes. These are formed from sheet, rod, crushed and powdered glass in her garden studio overlooking the beautiful Teifi Valley. www.fuse-n-beads.co.uk

  • 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.

  • 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

  • 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

Outward Bound

  • Shaggy Sheep Wales

    Stand-up-boating-on-the-TeifiWelcome to the wild Teifi Valley. Shaggy Sheep Wales offer fun adventure activities in the area. Popular activities include Coasteering, Quad Biking, Clay Shooting, Sea Kayaking, Canoe Trip, White Water Rafting, Mud Assault Course. Activities suit all abilities. Please call or email for more information. www.shaggysheepwales.co.uk 01559 363911 or 07919 244549
    www.shaggysheepwales.co.uk 01559 363911 or 07919 244549
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Local attractions

National Woollen Museumlearn more about the mills of Wales.  Wonderful for children, they have a great coffee shop, sell fab clothes and it’s free admission.

West Wales Museum of Childhood teddy bears, dolls, dolls houses, pedal cars, dolls prams, games, and the finest display of model vehicles in West Wales. Special displays include a period school room and Memory Lane, a trip through the whole twentieth century.

Teifi Steam Railway – The journey runs through woodland and then on to a steep shelf above the beautiful River Teifi.

Gwili railway – restored standard gauge steam railway running through a beautiful valley near Carmarthen

National Coracle Centre – A Museum and Workshop of Coracles from around the world set in the grounds of a 17th Century Flour Mill beside the beautiful Cenarth falls famed for its Salmon Leaps and 200 year old Bridge over the Teifi River.  Very entertaining.

Sea Safari” Boat trips from Dale

Dyfed Shires and Leisure Farm – Shire Horse Farm.

Theatre MwldanCardigan’s independent cinema & theatre – GREAT

Carmarthen’s cinema –  it opened recently – a bit corporate compared with Mwldan

Manor Wildlife Park or Anna’s Welsh Zoo – great for all the family

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