Terfyn Mawr

Penrherber, Newcastle Emlyn, Carmarthenshire, SA38 9RL

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  • Adults
  • Dogs

Why stay here ...

Gerald & Hazel welcome you to Terfyn Mawr CL Site located approximately 1.5 miles from Newcastle Emlyn a quaint market town dating back to the 13th Century. Straddling the three counties of Pembrokeshire, Ceredigion and Carmarthenshire, Newcastle Emlyn town lies in Carmarthenshire and Adpar on the outskirts lies in Ceredigion divided by the river Teifi. The town offers tourists a range of amenities including a Castle, supermarkets, restaurants and coffee shops, swimming pool, leisure centre, several public houses and many independent shops, farmers market held weekly along with local produce stalls.

Situated less than a mile down the lane is Starlight Riding Centre where a hack out into the local bridal ways or lessons are all available to book.

Caws Cenarth a family run multi award winning cheese farm is a mile away where you can purchase artisan cheeses and visit the farm.

Cenarth Falls is only 1.5 miles away a natural beauty spot, where the falls cascade through the village. Cenarth has gift shop, tearooms river walks, you can visit the National Coracle centre where coracles are on display from Wales and around the world all set in the grounds of the 17th century flour mill beside the salmon leap and falls.

The National wool Museum in Dre-fach Velindre is 3.5 miles away, discover the spellbinding story of the Welsh woollen industry.

Situated approx. 10 miles south east of Cardigan where many visitor attractions can be found and you can drive up the coastline taking in many famous beaches such as Aberporth, LLangranog, Newquay, Aberaeron and on up to Aberystwyth.

Head down the coast where you can catch the ferry for a day trip to Ireland from Fishguard. The whole area of this part of West Wales offers something for everyone, lovely country walks from the site on quiet country lanes, cycling, watching red kites circle the fields amongst other birds and wild life or just park up with us and enjoy some stunning views, sunsets to die for, star gazing and peace and quiet.

Also available to rent is a fully equipped one bedroom log cabin situated adjacent to the campsite ideal for family or friends wishing to holiday with you.

Dogs are welcome but must be on a lead as sheep surround the campsite.

We are sorry but electric cars cannot be charged on site.

We do not have mains drainage. To keep the septic tank, and healthy please use “green” non-chemical fluid in flush tanks and toilet cassettes.

WiFi area.

This is our first season so all comments and feedback will be welcome.

Facilities on site ...

  • Battery charging
  • Shower (shared use)
  • TV reception: good
  • WC (non-exclusive use)

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Postcode:
SA38 9RL
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Lat 52.0236 / Lon -4.50281
OS field ref:
SN283390
OS map ref:
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A lovely secluded CL with great views

Terfyn Mawr
We stayed here for just two nights, would have stayed longer but had to get back home for something. The site is in a lovely quiet location, at the top of a hill so the views are outstanding, and the site is absolutely flat so no levelling needed. The excellent toilet and shower are brand new. The chemical disposal facility is also excellent. The owners are helpful and friendly. We would absolutely recommend this site, provided you don't need EHU. The approach road from Newcastle Emlyn is steep and narrow, no problem for us in a motorhome when we had to reverse, but possibly if you're in a caravan you could speak to the owners as there is a less steep approach.

Mike and Mo

Motorhomer

Reviewed on 25/05/2022 23:02

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