The area is ideal for walking cycling and bird watching holidays. Red Kites are now regularly seen in the area.

Of course we have many superb beaches all within a short drive. Like the sheltered harbour and safe beaches of Newquay where the focus of activity in the summer is sailing, fishing, water sports and relaxation.

With Its picturesque houses, pubs and restaurants, the town has pretty narrow streets rising in terraces – several of which were ‘ropewalks’ for twisting rope in New Quay’s hey day as a shipbuilding centre.

Explore quiet country lanes inland, visit small market towns, woollen mills and rural craftsmen in an area rich in creative talent-lots of places to go to, lots of things to do-water sports, walking, golf, salmon fishing, pony trekking and beach riding are available.

Dolphins are a great attraction along the coast and boat trips can be arranged from some of the ports and villages. Sea fishing trips are also available.

Out & About

Fantasy Farm Park
A fun day out for the whole family. Mid Wales newest farm attraction, the all day adventure in the heart of beautiful countryside. Over 10,000 sq. ft. under cover

Llanarth Coarse Fishery
A purpose-built 2 acre pond with depths of 18′ heavily stocked with carp. Ideally suited for match fishing. A newly excavated mixed coarse pond approximately 5 ‘ deep, 400 yards long dug in different styles with easy access for disabled anglers. Tackle for hire. Tuition by prior arrangement. Suitable baits usually available. Open all year 8.30am – dusk, other times by prior arrangement.

Animalarium at Borth
The Animalarium at Borth is a collection of unusual and interesting animals to amuse and delight you
We have domestic and farm animals which you can pet and feed in the petting barn
Also there are exotic and endangered species in the larger enclosures, where we attempt to breed animals whose natural environment is under threat.

Vale of Rheidol Railway
The Vale of Rheidol Railway is one of the Great Little Trains of Wales, and was the last steam railway owned by British Rail until it was privatised in 1989.
Opened in 1902, it was originally built to serve the lead mines in the Rheidol Valley. Passengers and timber also formed the mainstay of traffic on the 1ft 11¾ in gauge route which passes through some of the most rugged terrain of any railway in the United Kingdom. Despite the narrow gauge of the rails, the locomotives and carriages – built at the Great Western Railway’s Swindon Works – are as wide as their standard gauge equivalents.

All Terrain Centre
Fun for all the family rain or shine.

Cardiff Airport Guide

We Are only 50 mins drive from Dovey valley clay shooting ground and mid wales shooting centre.


Rose Villa Bed And Breakfast by Wales Tourists Online