A Little About Moylegrove...
Moylegrove is a small village situated about 4 miles outside of Cardigan. The placename ‘Moylegrove' means ‘Matildas Grove'. The parish is part of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.
Moylegrove is known as being the most remote part of the Pembrokeshire National park, but this pretty area is attractively made up of petit painted cottages, stone bridges and historic chapels and lies unspoilt, just 6 miles or thereabouts from the historic, but rural market town of Cardigan.
If you fancy a bite to eat whilst on your adventures, then try Penrallt Garden Centre- just outside of the village. This licensed tea room offers tasty snacks and meals along with lovely afternoon tea.
Moylegrove is an excellent area for exploring the Carn Ingli walks, cliff paths and the ancient woodlands at Pengelly. It also benefits from being an easy drive away from the bustling little North Pembrokeshire town of Newport - It's golden sandy beach is certainly worth exploring.
The nearby Ceibwr Bay is very scenic and tranquil - here you can enjoy lovely walks along the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, and if lucky spot a seal or two.
Places to visit in Moylegrove...