Cardigan is in the county of Ceredigion, one of the least populated, most beautify parts of Britain. With just 70,000 people in its 700 square miles there is plenty of room to enjoy the county's conservation areas, 1,300 listed buildings and it's magnificent scenery.
The market town of Cardigan is situated approximately 4 miles from Ffynonwen Country Pursuits and is a busy tourist centre with friendly shops, theatre and leisure facilities.
Cardigan has spectacular beaches, several within a mile or two of Ffynonwen: Penbry (National Trust), Mwnt (National Trust), Tresaith and Aberporth, all with their own character.
See coracles on the river and enjoy great views of the Cenarth salmon leap and falls.
Cardigan is famous for it's regular sightings of Dolphins along its coast. It is ideal for walkers, particularly along its coastal paths and cliff top walks.
There are many attractions in Cardigan - enough variety for everyone.