Looking for things to do in Wales? In a country as diverse as this, the one thing you can be sure of is that you won’t be short of options.
Beautifully preserved example of its era gives an insight into life into Elizabethan Welsh life
A stunning statement of wealth and power
Ruins of historic 13th century castle complete with access to the river
The Chapel's plain exterior gives little hint of the riches within
Remains of an auxiliary Roman fort, probably established in the late 70s AD and modified through to the late fourth century.
Found within the surroundings of the cathedral, these are the impressive ruins of the Bishop's residence
Historic abbey and the last resting place of the Welsh Princes and possibly, a legendary medieval poet
Since opening in 2009 The Welsh Quilt Centre has become an exceptional venue in the heart of the Teifi Valley. It was officially opened in 2010 by His Royal Highness, The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall. The idea to open a centre to celebrate and promote a wider understanding of the Welsh Quilt, came from Jen Jones, whose obsession with collecting Welsh Quilts, Blankets and textiles has spanned over forty years. Jen’s perseverance has led to the saving and preservation of this vital part of Welsh heritage. This has been appreciated by the Cambrian Mountains Initiative, leading to Jen Jones being appointed as Tourism Ambassador. The Cambrian Mountains Initiative was inspired by His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales to ‘sustain traditional Welsh upland farms and rural communities.’
The appeal of this exceptional Cistercian abbey remains as enduring as ever