Fairfield

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Holiday Home in St Dogmaels

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Fairfield

Fairfield is a traditional stone terrace cottage, dating back to the 1840’s and is believed to have once been a sea captain’s cottage, reputedly built with stones from the Abbey nearby. Set on the hillside above the village of St Dogmaels, overlooking the ruins of St Dogmaels Abbey, the cottage offers wonderful views out over the small town to the beautiful Teifi estuary and the sea. Renovated throughout to a high standard yet retaining original features with slate and wooden floors and sash windows. There are two cosy sitting rooms, both with a wood burning stove for those chillier evenings and a modern fitted kitchen/diner leading to the rear where gated steep steps lead up to the terraced garden. The top grassed area is worth the climb; the views are breathtaking over the valley and estuary. Comfortably furnished with traditional pieces, the bedrooms are delightful, with the rooms to the front offering lovely views over the estuary and towards the Abbey ruins.

A steep downhill walk takes you to all the facilities of St Dogmaels including the BBC award winning producer's market.. Enjoy walks along the Teifi estuary which teams with birds and wildlife and is perfect for those who enjoy messing around on the water. Join the start of the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, only 1 mile away, at Poppit Sands and explore this wonderful coastline. The market town of Cardigan is only a few minutes’ drive with its excellent farmers’ market, specialist shops and restaurants. A boat trip round Cardigan Bay to see the resident bottle nose dolphins, porpoises and grey seals will be a highlight of any holiday.

A wonderful characterful holiday cottage, ideal for couples or families, whatever the season.

Ground Floor: Hall, sitting room, snug, kitchen/diner, utility room.

First Floor: Double room/kingsize bed/ensuite bathroom/small bath/overhead shower/shower attachment/whb/wc, 2 twin rooms, bathroom/overhead shower/shower attachment/whb/wc.

Heating: Gas central heating, 2 wood burning stoves with 2 starter packs provided.

Electricity: & Gas: £25 per week Sept - May, free June - August.

Parking: Roadside.

Facilities: Gas hob and gas double oven, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, tumble drier, 2 TVs, DVD player, WiFi, iPod dock, garden furniture.

Pets: Yes.

Website: www.fairfieldholidaycottage.co.uk


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Fairfield Features

2 Baths/Showers
2 Twin Bedrooms
Access to Coastal Path
Bath
Cot & Highchair Provided
DVD
Dishwasher
Ensuite Facilities
Freezer
Full Central Heating
Garden Furniture
Has Parking
Internet Access
Near Boat Launching
No Smoking
Overhead Shower
Pub
Real Fire/Woodburner
Sea/water views
Shop
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Tumble Dryer
Washing Machine
Within a mile of the sea/water

Attractions near Fairfield

St Dogmaels
Adjacent to St. Dogmaels Abbey and alongside a mill pond, this is one of the last working water mills in Wales which produces a range of stoneground flour.
Cardigan Bay active is a new outdoor activity specialist which provides a wide range of outdoor activities using a variety of specialist activity providers. They pride themselves in delivering a range of activities for you, your family and friends to enjoy the best of Pembrokeshire. They provide a large selection of activities on the sea, on the river and on the land from coasteering, surfing, river kayaking to tree climbing and archery. They are based in Afon Teifi and go out into cardigan bay and around the Ceredigion and Pembrokeshire coast.
Cardigan
Theatre Mwldan is an arts centre situated in the heart of Cardigan, which shows the latest cinema releases as well as live broadcasts, live performances and special events. Theatre Mwldan also have their own touring productions which travel across the country, working on 4-6 productions per year. There is a cafe and bar available, as well as the opportunity for venue hire.
A really great day out for the family, especially if you're trying to keep costs to a minimum as entry to the reserve is free. The Welsh Wildlife Centre works to protect and conserve a variety of habitats and species including woodlands, ponds, rivers and meadows with a range of wildlife such as dragonflies, birds and flora. During certain times of the year, you can even spot a water buffalo or two as they enlist the help of this species to manage the brambles and nettles that pose a danger to the Teifi marshes. Please Note: Dogs are allowed, but must be kept close to you and on a lead. We recommend contacting the centre for a full list of guidelines.
Cardigan Lifeboat Station is operated purely by volunteers, approximately 30 in total. The station has a gift shop, and you'll also be able to go along and watch the launching of the lifeboats during the crew's exercise and they'll even answer a question or two for you! The first ever lifeboat station in the area was established below Penrhyn Castle in 1849, before re-opening at Poppit Sands in 1971. The current station opened in 1998 allowing two lifeboats to be stored.
Gwbert On Sea

A Bay to Remember is a fully guided marine boat tours. They offer a safe and exhilarating experience suitable for all ages and abilities, using a modern purpose built vessel with the latest environmentally friendly engines and equipment, including underwater hydrophones to allow you to listen in on our amazing underwater world. Trips depart all year round (limited winter sailings) and last from 1 - 1 1/2 hours in length, exploring the amazing coastline and abundant wildlife found in Cardigan Bay and beyond. Wildlife often seen on trips include Bottlenose Dolphins, Harbour Porpoise and Grey Seals, plus a wide variety of birds including Razorbills, Guillimots, Gannets, Choughs, Cormorants, Shags, Oyster Catchers and Manx Shearwaters.

Please Note: Dogs are welcomed but limited to 1 per trip due to space, so please notify when booking that you would like to take your dog. 

Cardigan
Cilgerran Castle is situated in a stunning location overlooking the Teifi with two massive round towers still standing today. This was first established by the Normans as a ringwork castle and is approximately 800 years old. Entry to this castle is free during the winter months, and is free all year round to National Trust Members and the disabled. Please Note: Dogs must be kept on leads.
Cardigan Golf Club is a cliff top golf course enjoying panoramic views over the river Teifi Estuary and Cardigan Bay. A testament to its current standing is that it has hosted recent Welsh Golfing Union championships as well as international matches. Amongst its most notable features are the outstanding views from every part of the course - Cardigan Bay, the River Teifi estuary and the Preseli Hills in the distance. On a clear day Bardsey Island and the Lleyn Peninsula can be seen across the bay. In spring and early summer the course is a blaze of colour with yellow flowered gorse and bluebells featuring on nearly every hole. With undulating fairways, boldly contoured greens and strategically placed bunkers, the course provides a good test of golf for players of all levels. Whilst it is a mixture of links and meadowland, it has exceptional drainage abilities and is playable all year round. Indeed, many believe that it is at its best in Spring and late Autumn. Cardigan Golf Club prides itself on welcoming visiting golfers and societies every day of the week by prior arrangement.

Visitors can enjoy the beautiful scenery, an island nature reserve, dramatic cliffs, clear blue sea, maritime flowers. See bottlenose dolphins, Atlantic grey seals, seal pups, harbour porpoises, sea-birds, rare choughs and skylarks. Meet all our friendly farm animals including Dilwyn the donkey, pigs, sheep, goats, rare breed cattle, Shetland ponies, Welsh mountain ponies and rabbits. They also have some friendly animals from further afield, such as, Australian 'Bruce the Wallaby'; Vietnamese pigs (Kune Kune pigs) and piglets; emus and Llinos the llama. They also have a Indoor Games area for Wet Weather which has a pool table, table football, quiz machine and more. Children can have extra fun in the adventure playground, sand pit, picnic areas.

Please Note: Dogs are welcomed but are not allowed inside the cafe. 

Ceibwr Bay
The Witches Cauldron, or Pwll-Y-Wrach to the Welsh, is a geological feature near to Ceibwr Bay which can be accessed only by either sea kayak or a good half an hour walk along the Coastal Path from Ceibwr Bay. A collapsed cave which gives stunning views to those walking and kayaking in the area, and lots of intricate tunnels seen only by kayakers. Access is denied during the autumn when seals gather to pup, and the walkers path is steep and narrow in parts.

 

Beaches near Fairfield

St Dogmaels
Near the mouth of the River Teifi, on the southern side opposite Cardigan, stands St Dogmaels. It is essentially a seafaring village, as examination of headstones in the churchyard will testify. The remains of an Abbey founded by Robert Fitz-Martin in the 12th century are worth a visit. Poppit Sands a little further down the estuary has a beautiful and extensive beach which denotes the start (or the end!) of the 186-mile Pembrokeshire Coast Path.
Poppit Sands
Poppit Sands is a sandy beach, backed with sand dunes at the mouth of the Teifi Estuary. It is the beginning, or end, of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path. The proximity of the beach to the town of Cardigan has made it a very popular venue for visitors, but bathers should be aware of dangerous currents and heed the warning signs and lifeguard flags. It is a blue flag bathing beach making it an ideal holiday location. Lifeguards patrol the beach between July and August from 10am to 6pm each day. Dog restrictions apply to a section of the beach between 1st May and 30th September, but the rest of the beach remains dog friendly. 
Ceibwr Bay
Ceibwr is an attractive little bay, totally undeveloped and the haunt of shy seabirds and Grey Atlantic seals, with the nearby village of Moylegrove within walking distance. The cliff walking is high, craggy and awesomely beautiful whatever the weather or season. The cliffs show evidence of impressive forces at work circa 400 million years ago when Ceibwr was created - admire the elegant folds and scrolls in the rock face. The ruins of a fine Celtic fortress can be found on the northern cliff edge. The more romantic can envisage the smugglers taking advantage of such a remote spot along with the ideal locality of the cave on the beach. This area is for those seeking a quiet holiday near the amenities of Cardigan and Newport but away from the more popular sandy beaches and busy centres. There is a car park with toilets in Moylegrove and roadside parking closer to the cove with space for approx 20-25 vehicles.
Newport
A superb long stretch of beach with lots of room to play games and sail boats. The beach is backed by a popular golf course with club house. At low tide you can walk across the estuary to Newport Parrog, and the walk around the river bank through a bird sanctuary to the road bridge crossing is always enjoyable. Visitors should be careful of dangerous currents around the river. Nature has given Newport a spectacular setting of sea, castle and the towering Carn Ingli – at 1100-feet this makes for a wonderful view from the beach. Access to the beach is easy – no steps or cliffs.
Newport
This large, picturesque horseshoe shaped bay is generally well protected from the winds and waves that pound much of the Pembrokeshire coastline. The historic town of Newport stands near the mouth of the River Nevern where there are 2 beaches - one on each side of the estuary. The Parrog is on the Southern side, and although this is the more sheltered beach, unpredictable currents make bathing dangerous. However, the area is rich in prehistoric sites, including Pentre Ifan burial chamber. To find the beach follow the signs from Newport and the A487. It is dog friendly all year round. 
Tresaith
Tresaith is a delightful little sandy beach, very popular with families during the summer offering safe swimming and rock pools. There is a waterfall at the northern end of the beach which is a result of glacial activity when a glacier blocked and diverted the route of the river Saith, causing it to cascade in a waterfall directly onto the beach. Dolphins can be spotted almost daily throughout the Summer.
Aberfforest
Aberfforest Beach is a small bay made up of a mixture of sand and shingle, situated between two majestic cliffs and just under two miles from the local villages of Newport and Dinas. 
Accessible via a long footpath, which leads along a wide farm track (follow Aberfforest signs) almost all the way to the beach, or alternatively along the Pembrokeshire Coast Path from Cwm Yr Eglwys, this beach is quiet and peaceful - perfect for a relaxing day by the seaside, a picnic or taking a few beautiful photographs.  
Aberfforest is a great beach for swimming and kayaking, and is a popular haunt for seals. 
A special little gem that you mustn’t miss out on, is the secret waterfall which is nestled in the wooded valley just behind the beach. It is definitely worth a visit.
Cwm Yr Eglwys
Cwm-yr-Eglwys is a petite, eye-catching cove popular with families, kayakers and sea swimmers. Overlooking the picturesque shingle and pebble beach are the remains of the 12th Century church of St Brynach's, which was destroyed during a fierce storm in 1859. To find Cwm-yr-Eglwys follow the narrow, twisting road off the A487 just to the east of Dinas Cross.
Pwllgwaelod
A small sandy beach with cliffs on either side means that the west facing Pwllgwaelod is unsuitable for most 'forces-of-nature' sports, however it is very handy for launching small boats and kayaks/canoes. There are low rocks on both sides to clamber over and numerous rockpools. The beach does however offer good views across Fishguard Bay to Fishguard Harbour and a short walk of a kilometre or so takes you across the southern end of Dinas Island to the beach at Cwm-yr-Eglwys.
Cwmtydu
Primarily a pebble beach, Cwmtydu Beach is a small cove with plenty of rockpools. A popular place for spotting dolphins as seals, mean that this cove is often known locally as Seals Bay, due to the frequent views of seals lounging on the rocks. Cwmtydu Beach is dog friendly all year round.

 

Places To Drink near Fairfield

A great spot to call in for a relaxing pint or a spot of lunch if you're exploring the northern areas of the county. Situated in the heart of St Dogmaels, this welcoming pub offers food and a range of guest beers throughout the year. Cosy up near the real open fire in the winter months.
Situated right on the riverbank, The Ferry Inn is a great place to go if you want to take in a beautiful view whilst you eat! With quality food, if you're exploring St. Dogmaels or Cardigan, this is one place not to be missed. Please Note: Children's Menu is available, plus half portions of the adult Main's can be provided for children at half the price.
Cardigan

The Pizzatipi is a unique restaurant and bar situated in the historic town of Cardigan, North Pembrokeshire. Run by four brothers, this restaurant is all about homemade pizzas and fun. All the pizzas are handmade then woodfired, with sides such as salads and breads available. Craft beers, delicious wines and great coffees are offered to accompany your meal. Unfortunately, gluten free bases are not offered currently. Reservations are not taken but there are plenty of tables available. 

Cardigan
The Eagle Inn is situated right on the corner of Castle Street, and serves food daily. A great spot for lunch as it is dog friendly and child friendly. It offers a range of traditional pub meals as well as weekly specials and a very popular Sunday lunch each week!
Located in the centre of Cardigan, right on the High Street, you'll find The Black Lion Hotel and Bar. A popular market town in the bordering county of Ceredigion, The Black Lion offers a range of classic pub meals, sharing platters, lighter meals and a children's menu, as well as an ever-changing specials board which might see home-made burgers and freshly caught fish make an appearance.
St Dogmaels
Y Webley is situated overlooking the Teifi Estuary, and is a traditional pub offering good quality home-cooked meals. They offer bar snacks and light meals in their bar, as well as full evening meals in their restaurant.
The Cliff Hotel has breath-taking views of Cardigan Bay. The Carreg restaurant offers Lunch, Afternoon Tea and evening meals to suit all tastes, as well as Sunday lunches served between 12-2pm. The Bar serves ales and beers and has a large selection of wines and cocktails available.
Newcastle Emlyn

It is a traditional Pub and it dates from the 18th Century.  Full of Welsh charm, it is now the happy result of a meeting of traditional and modern – a roadside inn with a recent interior remake both sympathetic and thorough. On the borders of the three counties of Pembrokeshire, Carmarthenshire and Cardigan Bay in the village of Newchapel in between Cenarth and Boncath near the market towns of Newcastle Emlyn, Cardigan and Crymych. They serve real ales, lager ,cider and have a fine selection of wines. Bar Meals  from Wednesday to Saturday evenings and Sunday lunchtime (Carvery Sundays) They care for our clientele, so  cater for people who require gluten free and dairy free and also have various vegetarian and vegan options on our menu.

Food served: Wednesday-Saturday  6pm – 9pm and Sunday Carvery  12.30pm – 2.30pm. booking advisable.




Felindre Farchog
Originally established in the 16th Century, The Salutation Inn brings together a mix of modern and traditional with a welcoming atmosphere. Their lounge bar serves typical bar snacks whilst their restaurant serves three course meals and is also available for private functions.
Nevern
The Trewern Arms and hotel is a 16th century building, situated astride the banks of the River Nevern. It's a typical cosy country pub with stone walls and original beams. This riverside pub is situated in the Valley of Nevern making it a rather rural and secluded pub, with fishing off the river just across the road and popular woodland walks nearby. Food varies from pizza to burgers, from steak to fish - all made with local produce.

 

Places To Eat near Fairfield

A great spot to call in for a relaxing pint or a spot of lunch if you're exploring the northern areas of the county. Situated in the heart of St Dogmaels, this welcoming pub offers food and a range of guest beers throughout the year. Cosy up near the real open fire in the winter months.
Situated right on the riverbank, The Ferry Inn is a great place to go if you want to take in a beautiful view whilst you eat! With quality food, if you're exploring St. Dogmaels or Cardigan, this is one place not to be missed. Please Note: Children's Menu is available, plus half portions of the adult Main's can be provided for children at half the price.
Cardigan

The Pizzatipi is a unique restaurant and bar situated in the historic town of Cardigan, North Pembrokeshire. Run by four brothers, this restaurant is all about homemade pizzas and fun. All the pizzas are handmade then woodfired, with sides such as salads and breads available. Craft beers, delicious wines and great coffees are offered to accompany your meal. Unfortunately, gluten free bases are not offered currently. Reservations are not taken but there are plenty of tables available. 

Cardigan
The Eagle Inn is situated right on the corner of Castle Street, and serves food daily. A great spot for lunch as it is dog friendly and child friendly. It offers a range of traditional pub meals as well as weekly specials and a very popular Sunday lunch each week!
Located in the centre of Cardigan, right on the High Street, you'll find The Black Lion Hotel and Bar. A popular market town in the bordering county of Ceredigion, The Black Lion offers a range of classic pub meals, sharing platters, lighter meals and a children's menu, as well as an ever-changing specials board which might see home-made burgers and freshly caught fish make an appearance.
A fully licensed restaurant serving English and Chinese cuisines. Families and large groups welcome. Please Note: Can cater for private parties. Restaurant is closed on a Tuesday.
St Dogmaels
Y Webley is situated overlooking the Teifi Estuary, and is a traditional pub offering good quality home-cooked meals. They offer bar snacks and light meals in their bar, as well as full evening meals in their restaurant.
The Cliff Hotel has breath-taking views of Cardigan Bay. The Carreg restaurant offers Lunch, Afternoon Tea and evening meals to suit all tastes, as well as Sunday lunches served between 12-2pm. The Bar serves ales and beers and has a large selection of wines and cocktails available.
Newcastle Emlyn

It is a traditional Pub and it dates from the 18th Century.  Full of Welsh charm, it is now the happy result of a meeting of traditional and modern – a roadside inn with a recent interior remake both sympathetic and thorough. On the borders of the three counties of Pembrokeshire, Carmarthenshire and Cardigan Bay in the village of Newchapel in between Cenarth and Boncath near the market towns of Newcastle Emlyn, Cardigan and Crymych. They serve real ales, lager ,cider and have a fine selection of wines. Bar Meals  from Wednesday to Saturday evenings and Sunday lunchtime (Carvery Sundays) They care for our clientele, so  cater for people who require gluten free and dairy free and also have various vegetarian and vegan options on our menu.

Food served: Wednesday-Saturday  6pm – 9pm and Sunday Carvery  12.30pm – 2.30pm. booking advisable.




Felindre Farchog
Originally established in the 16th Century, The Salutation Inn brings together a mix of modern and traditional with a welcoming atmosphere. Their lounge bar serves typical bar snacks whilst their restaurant serves three course meals and is also available for private functions.

 

Events near Fairfield

Cardigan's 2016 Festive Fortnight!

Saturday 03 December 2016 - Saturday 17 December 2016

This year, Cardigan is celebrating Christmas with a bonanza of festive celebrations spread over a whole fortnight! There will be late night shopping, pop up events and free parking throughout the town on Saturdays. The fortnight kicks off on the 3rd with the Lights Switch on, and there will be a Festive Fireworks Display on the 9th December. A Giant Lantern Parade will also be held through the streets of Cardigan between 7pm and 8pm on the 9th. In the true festive spirit, there will be a Christmas Fair in Cardigan Castle on the 10th and 11th as well as Cabaret at the Small World Theatre on the 16th. Head to Cardigan Guildhall on the 17th to meet real reindeers!

Cardigan Castle Christmas Fair

Saturday 10 December 2016 - Sunday 11 December 2016

Enjoy free entry to Cardigan Castle this festive season with their Christmas Fair! With plenty of stalls and refreshments available, this is a festive event not to be missed! Bring the little ones along to see Santa and browse delights in the castle house and pavilion.

Narberth Winter Carnival

Saturday 10 December 2016

A real festive treat for all the family, Narberth's Winter Carnival is back for another year! With a Christmas market and live entertainment, this is a great way to get into the festive spirit!

Cardigan Theatre Pantomime: Peter Panto

Saturday 17 December 2016 - Friday 30 December 2016

Head to Theatre Mwldan this Christmas and see the ever-popular tale of Peter Pan in panto! In traditional pantomime style, this classic tale will star the Peter Pan, Captain Hook, Tinkerbell, Wendy, Michael and John. Of course, no production of Peter Pan would be complete without an appearance from some Indians, mermaids and the Lost Boys! This production comes to you from the Cardigan Theatre amateur dramatics group. Admission tickets start at £7 per person, booking is advised.

Family Theatre: Pay What You Can: L'Hotel Nöel

Wednesday 28 December 2016

Span Arts are hosting a Pay What You Can Family Theatre where everyone is welcome to attend and 'Pay What You Can'  for the Performance , paying whatever you can afford to give us (suggested donation is £5 per ticket.) All you need to do in advance is book yourself a ticket and bring along however much money you want to pay for your ticket! Or leave it til after the performance, and pay what you think it was worth. Forms will be available on the day. The performance is seton Christmas Eve - the excited Bell Boy and the Bah Humbug Chamber Maid of the smallest hotel in the world are busy preparing for guests to arrive for Christmas. The tree is decorated, the table is laid and the rooms are set in a frenzy of choreographed mayhem and frantic activity. Finally the Maitre De brings the guests from the audience up the red carpet and into the hotel for the most jolly, surprising and unforgettable seasonal stay of their lives: acrobatic elves; a Christmas Cracker Cabaret; flaming pud; flying pancakes and a personal visit from Father Christmas himself all in one night at L'Hotel Nöel. Box Office: 01834 869323.

New Year's Eve Street Party

Saturday 31 December 2016

Fishguard once again welcomes you to it's Annual New Year's Eve Street Party! With celebrations, live music and fireworks - it really is a fantastic party to celebrate the coming of the New Year! Refreshments are available on the street and in the surrounding pubs and restaurants. This event is free entry, donations are appreciated as any money given is then put towards next year's celebrations.

Amy Wadge & Luke Jackson Live at Theatre Mwldan

Friday 27 January 2017

Amy Wadge and Luke Jackson, two generations of singer-songwriters, come together in this performance at Theatre Mwldan. Any Wadge has established herself as one of the country's most successful singer-songwriters with a large portfolio of compositions and performances under her belt. She has even worked with the likes of Ed Sheeran, being the co-writer of one of his best-selling singles "Thinking Out Loud" which won her a Grammy along with a BRIT nominations. Luke Jackson is a rising young singer-songwriter who has been nominated for the BBC Radio 2 Young Folk Award. His talented voice and great guitar skills have seen him perform acoustic sets supporting the likes of Oysterband and Show of Hands as well as playing The Great British Folk Festival. This performance begins at 7.30pm and tickets are £12.

Burns Supper

Saturday 28 January 2017

Celebrate Burns Night with a real Scottish treat in Moylegrove this January. You can dine on Scottish dishes including haggis, tatties, neeps and clootie dumplings. There will also be entertainment including pipers, musicians and folk singers as well as a slide-show of north-west Scotland. This event starts at 7.30pm at Moylegrove Village Hall (the old school).

Live Theatre: Burton

Tuesday 14 February 2017

This live production tells the tale of Welsh actor, Richard Burton, from his humble beginnings to his Hollywood fame. The story tells of his relationship with the likes of Elizabeth Taylor, as well as his experiences with wealth and fame. Burton is a live theatre production with Rhodri Miles of Game of Thrones fame starring as a young Richard Burton. It has received critical acclaim at two Edinburgh Fringe Festivals (2009 and 2014) plus at the 2010 Hollywood Fringe Festival. The performance starts at 7.30pm and tickets start from £3.

The Curious Adventures of Pinocchio

Wednesday 22 February 2017

Children's classic tale, Pinocchio, is brought to life this February with Cbeebies Patrick Lynch telling the story of the famous puppet. The performance begins at 2pm and tickets start from £8.50. The show is suitable for children aged 5 and up. 

Oysters 3 at Theatre Mwldan

Thursday 16 March 2017

Oysters 3 are made up of the three founder members of folk-rock band Oysterband. This March, Oysters 3, are treating Theatre Mwldan to a fresh performance with acoustic songs you may recognise from their lengthy career and stories which give an interesting insight to the history of the band. This performance starts at 7.30pm and tickets start at £3. 

Easter Eggstravaganza

Monday 17 April 2017

Come and join the Easter fun at Scolton Manor with Easter Quizzes and Easter trail around the grounds, Free with entry to the Manor. Work out the clues to win a prize.£1.00 per child

The Fureys at Theatre Mwldan

Tuesday 25 April 2017

This April, head to Theatre Mwldan in Cardigan for a fantastic night of Irish music, songs and stories. The Fureys are a popular Irish folk band who have been performing sold-out concerts for over 39 years. Their timeless tunes are emotive and guaranteed to give you an enjoyable evening. The performance begins at 7.30pm and tickets start from £18.50.

The Preseli Beast

Saturday 06 May 2017

The Preseli Beast is an off-road racing event, still a relatively new event as it is only in its fifth year now. Approximately 24 miles off road, this race takes in a route through wooded valleys, trails and paths taking in scenery across the Gwaun Valley and Newport Bay. Opt for a smaller race with the Beast Bach, an 11 mile off-road race, or rise to the challenge of the Ultrabeast - a 32 mile off-road race! The start and finish are in Maenclochog, with the Ultrabeast kicking off first at 9am.

Penlan Festival of Music, Poetry and Literature

Saturday 03 June 2017 - Sunday 04 June 2017

2017 celebrates Penlan's third year of festivities set in the peaceful woodland setting. There will be craft stalls, refreshments, live music, open mic, and competitions such as the Annual Song Writing Competition.

Classic Car Show at Scolton Manor

Monday 05 June 2017

This very popular annual event is back once again! With classic vehicles of all varieties, there's something here for car lovers, tractor lovers, military vehicle buffs and those mad for motorcycles! There will be children's entertainment, craft stalls and refreshments available.

Ocean Lava Wales

Saturday 29 July 2017

With two different distances available, you can either enter the Middle Distance Ocean Lava event which is made up of a 1.2 mile swim, a 56 mile cycle and a 13.1 mile run; or the Wales Triathlon Sprint Distance which is made up of a 750m swim, a 13 mile cycle and a 4 mile run. Whether you're an athlete or a spectator, supporters line the streets creating an amazing atmosphere and energy which definitely makes this event a must-see!

Cardigan River and Food Festival

Saturday 12 August 2017

Cardigan River and Food Festival is an annual event which strives to showcase the fantastic local produce available in Wales with demonstrations, entertainment and activities. Of course - there will be ample opportunities to see and taste some of that local produce on offer!

Aberjazz Jazz & Blues Festival

Thursday 24 August 2017 - Monday 28 August 2017

Held in various locations across the seaside town of Fishguard, this festival occurs annual over the August Bank Holiday celebrating jazz and blues music.

Cardigan Quays Festival

Saturday 26 August 2017 - Sunday 27 August 2017

Cardigan's annual Quays Festival is held each year in August and celebrates the culture and heritage of the North Pembrokeshire town. A busy weekend, there will be entertainment, activities, craft stalls and refreshments available from a whole host of local producers.

 

Historic Places near Fairfield

St. Dogmael's Abbey was founded on the banks of the River Teifi in 1115 for Tironian Monks, before being given the status of Abbey in 1120. Fortunately there are extensive remains to visit today, original 15th Century floor tiles can still be seen along the nave of which the west and north walls stand nearly to their original height. The Coach House is set in the surroundings of the Abbey ruins, and is now home to a museum and visitor centre where they have a collection of carved stones that were once part of the abbey on display.
St Dogmaels
Adjacent to St. Dogmaels Abbey and alongside a mill pond, this is one of the last working water mills in Wales which produces a range of stoneground flour.
Cardigan
Cardigan Castle is a magnificent castle which boasts some 900 years of history. It was once captured by Rhys ap Gruffudd who hosted an Eisteddfod, has been visited by King Edward I and Henry Tudor, it has been subject to burning leaving it partially demolished, before being purchased by Ceredigion County Council in 2003 and undertaking serious renovations enabling it to open its doors to the public as a heritage attraction in 2015.
Cardigan
Cilgerran Castle is situated in a stunning location overlooking the Teifi with two massive round towers still standing today. This was first established by the Normans as a ringwork castle and is approximately 800 years old. Entry to this castle is free during the winter months, and is free all year round to National Trust Members and the disabled. Please Note: Dogs must be kept on leads.
Situated in North Pembrokeshire, Castell Henllys is an extraordinary day out for anyone interested in history. With a reconstructed Iron Age Hill fort, Castell Henllys is set in 26 acres of woodland on excavated remains from over 2000 years ago. Particularly interesting is the three large replica roundhouses, the granary and forge.
Newport
Nestled in the heart of Pembrokeshire coast, this cromlech is topped with a 15 ton capstone making it an incredible sight to see. Full of history, this area is where the original Stonehenge bluestones originated. It dates back to the Neolithic era. Please Note: Assistance Dogs only. There is limited parking nearby.
Newcastle Emlyn
The River Teifi has made its way through the hard rocks to produce a spectacular series of waterfalls. There has been a Mill at Cenarth at least since the 13th century, the river Teifi surrounding the mill is a well known salmon leap where the fish can be watched leaping up the falls.
Cardigan
Set in the Eastern Preselis, Foel Drygarn (also known as Foel Trigarn) can only be accessed via a footpath, however there is nearby parking. It is the remains of a large Iron Age Hill-fort covering almost 4 hectacres, with three defended enclosures, and three large cairns each three metres in height. Historians state that it is likely to have been a heavily populated fortified village which was built sometime between 650BC and 100AD.
Newcastle Emlyn
Newcastle Emlyn Castle is situated overlooking the Teifi river, and is now mostly ruins of the stone building it once was. Believed to have been built using Dyfed welsh stone, this castle has been subject to many attacks up until 1645 when it was blown up with gunpowder during the English Civil War.
Newcastle Emlyn
The National Wool Museum is set in the Teifi valley, this museum displays the historical woollen industry which once was such a significant part of Welsh culture. See the historically used machinery and view the entire process of turning fleece into fabric with the purpose-built raised walkway. Follow "A Woolly Trail" and give carding, sewing and spinning a go!

 

Customer Reviews of Fairfield

Richard, Jakie, Henry, Adam, Mel, Even, Poppy & Jasper

Great cottage and lovely week spent in one. Highlight was coastal walk from Poppit Sands. Ferry Inn great for food very friendly people and lots to do.


John, Wendy, Anna & Monty (The Dogs)

Lovely cottage, lovely location, lovely time and for once lovely weather. A well deserved 10 out of 10


Rob & Trina, Allie & Tom

We loved staying at Fairfield and look forward to returning. We were lucky to be here for The Tempest at St Dogmaels Abbey.


Fiona, Monica, Oliver

Lovely cottage. Just missed the annual outdoor Shakespeare in Abbey ruins but watched several rehearsals. Not much luck with weather so went on lots of walks from "15walks" details. Poppit Sands lovely down beach. Cardigan Castle is great, good restaurants, Ferry Inn great food, make sure you book. Great week, Love St Dogmaels.


Annette & Roger

A wonderful stay, did so much and saw the most magical scenery. The boat trip was amazing watching the dolphins playing in front of our boat. Lovely cottage so clean and tidy.


Elizabeth & Anne

Lovely sunny week. No rain! Sadly no seals or dolphins either but a thoroughly enjoyable week walking, sight-seeing. Stuck to local area, loved it all particularly Mwnt. Fairfield very comfortable and well equipped. These 60 odd year olds even made it to the very top of the garden without crampons! Very comfortable beds.


Karen, Mike & Jack

A lot of love has gone into Fairfield - That made our stay even more enjoyable. Great time had by all.


Mike, Fiona, Alex and Zoe

A wonderful week of cycling, walking and kayaking. We even managed to catch sight of the dolphins. Fad food at the Ferry Inn to. Fantastic Holiday. Thank You.


Brian & Brigid & Jess the dog

Thank you for a lovely stay in your cottage it has everything for a relaxing time in St Dogmaels.


Sally

I leave here reluctantly, but in a more relaxed state than I arrived! Thank you. Judy and Alison for inviting me to this peaceful, friendly spot. I loved the local market, the little cafe near the ruins and the gorgeous scenery. I will remember the blue bells and the wild garlic growing wild and vigorously everywhere. P.s Loved the cottage but I knew I would. Also recommend a visit to Melin Tregwxht - Woollen Mill - Wonderful working Mill, shop and cafe.


Rachel & Mark & Tyson (Dog)

I have stayed in many properties and this one has been the best so far! Beautiful location so good to get away from the City! and hear the birds chirping in the morning "Heaven" Thank You.


Jessica, Darren, Daisy and Elsie

I loved everything about this house. We had a wonderful time here.


Olivia

I truly enjoyed my stay would defiantly come again thank you.


Amy, Paulo

Had a wonderful Easter Holiday. Thank you. Lots of wonderful walks to Poppit Beach and Penbryn Beach. Delicious mussels at sailor inn after a climb around. Dolphin spotting in New Quay. Frequent trips to the Ferry Inn for food and Rose. Sunshine every day. The cottage is perfect, beautiful and comfortable we were very rested and happy.


Krista & Phil

Wonderful home, so comfortable and relaxing we have thoroughly enjoyed our stay thank you.


Joe and Alix

Mummy and Alison, you have created a beautiful home from home. I cannot believe it has taken me this long to come and stay here. Joe and I have had a wonderful relaxing stay here. I Managed to switch off from oil broking dramas (just about) When can we stay again!


Matt & Tom

Had a great few days - Cottage is ideal for our purpose of getting out and about in the day but also for relaxing in a very comfortable cottage. If one is looking for a medium challenge walks of around 2-3 hours with views in Dinas


Mike

Short holiday to catch up with large family around St.Davids


Eve & Pat

Our expectations were high - with resident cook/housekeeper, chauffeur and a travel guide included. Expectations were exceeded - A wonderful holiday in a delightful house. Thank you so much son and daughter in law


Tim & Julie

Wonderful cottage - Everything we needed for a peaceful week. Love Wales we will come back


Jeremy

Nice to be back in Pembrokeshire - A far cry from Hong Kong!


Jane, Mark and Rupert & Mr Darcy

Fab cottage! We would like to visit again soon. Thanks. P.s you MUST try a curry in the Royal Oak Newport.


Rachel, Pete & Isla & Jack (collies)

Had a fantastic week, couldn't have asked for better weather. Great cottage & the whole area seems really dog friendly! The fantastic beaches meant we had 2 very tired & content dogs every evening! No problems parking outside the house!


Matt, Kate and Ben

Lovely cosy cottage, well equipped and ideally positioned for trips into the village. Sorry to leave, but before we do some of our favourite bits - Fresh crab (dressed) from the house in the village with the lobster pot outside. Ferry Inn and Tipi Pizza for food (Tipi open Tues - Sat) Coach house in the village for coffees and snacks. Crabbing from the jetty just beyond the Ferry Inn. Poppit sands for rock pools and swimming. MWNT for the views and possible seals and dolphin views. St.Davids /Whitesands for a nice day trip. Bay to Remember for boat trips (lovely people) and yes, parking is a pain - we ended up parking around the bend. All in all a great week. Thanks


Jane, Marie, Mark, Larry

Thank you for a great week in this lovely cottage. It has been a home from home very comfortable. Highlights include day trips to the beautiful town of Aberaeron - fish and chips at Porthgain and Poppit Sands.


Steve, Alison, Carly & Kate

Lovely cottage - spoilt by lack of parking spaces - with 2 children and 2 dogs the "fight" for a space each day very wearing


PP Louise & Alan

2nd stay in this lovely cottage we will be back.


Richard & Gillian

Fantastic cottage and wonderful week - no rain at all!! Great scenery and very friendly people . Thank you


Amy

Really nice house!We went to the beach and it was very sunny.


Matt

A delightful stay in a wonderful cottage many thanks


Kim

Everything you could wish for in a cottage and more! Thanks for everything.


Roy & Jane Bouttell

Our week here has been excellent. Lots of walks, weather great thankfully. Cottage very comfortable - Thank you


The Whine Family

We had a great few days at the cottage. The dogs nearly enjoyed Poppit Beach. The cottage was so comfortable we had a great time. We would come again.


Great week, amazing weather, warm and comfortable, Thank you. Beautifully refurbished.


Clare, Jonathon, Amy & James and Cally & Monty (labs)

Lovely week despite the weather. Very pretty cottage with everything we needed - very cosy and comfortable but the bat in the bathroom was a surprise.


Justin & Anna & Two Pups

Splendid - Very well presented - Thanks


Adrian, Sue, Alex & Rich

Loved the cottage. Loved the Village & Cardigan. Dogs adored the sandy beaches. Thank you for such a gorgeous place.


Pauline, Martin & Buster

What a fabulous Christmas in an exceptional cottage. Thank you for one of the best Christmas breaks. Wonderful place.


Alex, Gemma & Archer

Had a great few days here in Farfields - Loved the comfy beds & log burner wonderful friednly people in a beautiful part of the world. Thank you.


Stacey Richell & Alistair Clarke

We are very sad to have come to the end of our lovely holiday in St Dogmaels :( We've enjoyed staying in your fantastic house - its been great to return to a warm and comfortable "Home" at the end of a day spent exploring. Places we loved: Poppit Sands and the fabulous cafe there. We also had a bracing walk around the nearest headland. Watching the waves crash at Mwnt. a circular walk to Ceibwr Bay. Parog - Another spectacular estuary, sands, harbour village with cafe. Dinas Head - round walk and lunch in the atmospheric cafe where we parked. Abereiddy where we saw seals. Porthgain - Olde World Harbour and Solva.


Steve Alison & Kathryn Evans & Chris & Judy Cowne

Searched high and low for a modern, stylish , well - equipped, beautifully furnished cottage - and found it here! We have had a really superb week visiting Solva, St.Davids, New Quay and visited the beach everyday. Recommend The Ferry Inn & a trip out Dolphin spotting with "Bay To Remember" Hope to return in a couple of years. Thank you SO much Alison & Judy.


Really high standard cottage, very comfortable and relaxing


Griftin Family

Lovely cottage. Great area - especially enjoyed Newport.


Vernon-Hunt Family

Had a great time - loved the simplicity of the cottage.


Winpenny Family

Great cottage and wonderful place


Louise & Alan

Lovely cottage, very comfy and everything you need. Weather fab. Hope to be back.


Molly Gallier

We had a lovely week (despite weather) Lovely cottage, very clean and tidy and comfy beds, Hopefully we will be back thank you.


Rob, Cheryl & Girls

We came for the National Eisteddfod - We have had a great week (Despite weather) Beautiful, well equipped cottage, very clean. Thank you all.


Ella Evans

The room with the snipes in has the comfiest bed ever!! Thanks very much - lovely cottage.


Jan, Charlie, Mike & Ben

What a beautiful cottage! Good to be able to keep snug and warm in the coldest Easter ever! Hope to come back some day.


Mary Horwood & Millie Mae (Yorkshire Terrier)

Stroud Glos. Thanks for being able to stay in this lovely well equipped cottage. We have had a wonderful holiday and enjoyed the beautiful country side.


Liz and Peter

Fantastic week - the cottage has everything we have loved it. "The Ferry" is a great pub - stunning views, good food and beer. Thank you.


Jude & Ian

We have loved our week here, lovely cottage, great walks & golf. Thank you both


Fairfield Access Statement

This Access Statement has been prepared by the owner for your information; it is the most recent version that we have received. This statement has been prepared as objectively as possible, however with such a wide remit oversights may be made.

Please ensure all crucial requirements for a safe and enjoyable holiday are present so if you have any queries whatsoever, please do not hesitate to contact us on 01437 767600.


The property is approached via a B-road. Access through village is narrow and steep in parts. Parking for the cottage is on the roadside, but the lane is mostly quiet.

The gate to small front garden is up x4 slate steps and then a further x2 steps to main entrance. The front garden is level and covered in crushed slate. During the summer months seating will be available at this level.

The rear garden can be accessed through the house only and is up x3 flights of steps, totalling 29 steps which have railings with a hand rail. There is a gate at the top and bottom of the steps. The garden itself is grassed, sloping and tiered with a small level crushed slate seating area at the lower end close to the house.

The ground floor comprises 2 sitting rooms, a kitchen/diner and utility. There is a small wooden step at each doorway.

Kitchen is fitted with a free standing (low level) cooker.

Both the snug and sitting room have remotely controlled TVs.

The cottage has WiFi access.

The first floor has 3 bedrooms; 2 twin bedded rooms and a double. The double bedroom has ensuite facilities which comprise a wc, small bath with overhead shower and small whb accommodated within a very small room.

The main bathroom has a bath with overhead shower/shower attachment/whb/wc.

The rear twin bedded room is small.

There is a low step on the landing between the front and rear of the property.

There is at minimum, an hourly bus service into Cardigan from St Dogmaels Square during the day. The Poppit Rocket bus service runs south to Poppit Sands along the coast road. Buses from Cardigan are available to many places both north and south along the coast.

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