|Dewi Villa is situated in the secluded River Clettwr Valley in a quiet and beautiful country village. It offers a peaceful stay to Guests who may come and go as they please.
Cardigan Bay is approximately 11 miles away, which features wonderful coastal walks. The Bay is home to Dolphins and other interesting sea life. These can often be spotted from the shore or from boats that sail frequently along the coast. Details of local salmon and trout fishing on the River Teifi and of the Llandysul Angling Association, can be forwarded on request.
There are a number of other local features of interest within an easy driving distance, including narrow gauge steam railways, craft centres, leisure centres, the National Coracle Centre, canoe trips on the River Teifi, gold mines, Brechfa Forest, the National Botanical Garden of Wales, Aberglasney and other historic parks, gardens and buildings.
Within walking distance, Capel Dewi offers Rock Mills (one of the few working water woollen mills left in the country) and a trout fishing lake. Local wildlife includes Red Kites and Buzzards which regularly fly over Dewi Villa’s garden. A booklet and map is available for those who wish to take advantage of the eleven local walks - the scenery is spectacular and there are strolls along the riverbanks, woodland walks, country lanes and stone bridges. The hedgerows are often full of wild flowers.