There is something for everyone in West Wales. Within easy reach of Allt y Rheini there are a number of centres offering a whole range of outdoor activities including walking, cycling, kyaking and coasteering (to mention but a few). Castles and historic sites are a common feature of the landscape, as are sandy beaches and rolling hills. If you want to see wildlife up close there is no better place. The waters off Pembrokeshire provide ample opportunity to see dolphins, porpoises and grey seals. The Welsh Wildlife Centre, based on the banks of the River Teify in Cilgerran, is a natural habitat to a vast array of wildlife, with otters and Kingfishers a common sight. In addition to the many species natural to this area you may even see the small herd of waterbuffalo brought in every summer to manage the reed beds.
Situated on the North Pembrokeshire border, Allt y Rheini within easy walking distance of Cilgerran village and just four miles from Cardigan, one of the small towns throughout the region which still have many individual shops, as well as cafes and restaurants. There is also a a cinema, theatre and leisure centre. And of course - fishing!
At Allt y Rheini we are able to cater for most dietary requirements so if you have specific requests for your breakfast with us, e.g gluten free, please let us know at the time of booking and we will do our best to meet them.
We can also recommend local restaurants that are able to do so.
Please note that as Allt y Rheini is a very old, listed house it is not equipped with a lift and we do not have in place special arrangements for disabled guests. From the access door there are eight stairs up to the guest bedrooms and eleven stairs down to the guest dining room/lounge. The gardens are flat around the house but do include some steep banks. Children should be supervised at all times.