The Old Vicarage, Llangeler

Self catering holiday accommodation

A 'little gem' in the Carmarthenshire countryside.

Telephone:
07974410713

What to see and do

The Old Vicarage is uniquely based in North Carmarthenshire bordering onto Ceredigion and Pembrokeshire. Which means you have a whole host of  activities to choose from. 
Here are some ideas... Talk to us and we'll let you know what we enjoy.

Just at the end of our lane...

Gwili Pottery produces hand-thrown, hand-painted, earthenware ceramics in both traditional and contemporary designs. They designs are beautiful. There hold ‘Paint Your Own Pottery’ ( PYOP) or ‘Throwing Lessons’ at the Pottery too. Take are look at their website for details.

Gardens and Nurseries

Cae Hir Gardens

The National Botanic Garden of Wales

Aberglasney - a garden lost in time

National Garden Scheme

Farmyard Nurseries

One Historic Garden - Seven Welsh Parks, woodlands and gardens - rediscovered.

 

Walking

Llandysul & Pont-Tyweli Walkers are Welcome: You can download walks from this website and there is a list of monthly guided walks.

Wales Coastal Path - walk some of the coastal path.

 

Beaches

Beaches in Carmarthenshire

Beaches in Ceredigion

Beaches in Pembrokeshire
 


Nature

The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales - Teifi Marshes, Skomer and Skokholm
 


Sports

Llandysul Angling Association

Llandysul Paddlers Canoe Club

Adventure Beyond - from kayaking to gorge walking
 


Museums

Museum of Childhood

National Woollen Museum of Wales

and if you like textiles, see The Quilt Centre Wales and  Jen Jones Welsh Quilts.
 


Railways

Teifi Valley Narrow Gauge Railway

Gwili Railway
 


Plus

There are castles to see at Newcastle Emlyn and Cilgerran, for details see CADW and if you like Historic houses see the National Trust website.

Local towns for shopping, restaurants and entertainment Llandysul and Newcastle Emlyn.

For more attractions, activities and events see the following:  Discover Carmarthenshire, Discover Ceredigion, Visit Pembrokshire, & Visit Wales.