Grass pitch (1 at Cwmorgan Camping)
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About Cwmorgan Camping
Suitable ForCamping for families and friends - yes. Dogs, caravans, campervans, motorhomes - no. The site is also not wheelchair accessible.
The site is situated near the Afon Cych, a tributary of southwest Wales' River Teifi. As such, visitors can embark on a scenic river walk, with the river running through the settlements of Cwmorgan and Cwmcych, along with the village of Abercych. The Ffynone Waterfall is a 20-minute drive away, as is the Cenarth waterfall, so bring your swimsuit or trunks for a dip in these picturesque Pembrokeshire spots. In a little over 10 minutes, you can visit the remains of the Newcastle Emlyn Castle. Take a walk through its ruins and experience this slice of 13th-century history. Llangrannog Beach is just over a 30-minute drive away, providing a popular spot for swimmers, surfers, or families looking for a relaxing day out. A similar distance will get you to New Quay Beach, a more tourist-orientated spot on the Ceredigion coast, with a bay that boasts bottlenose dolphins and seals.
Food & DrinkFor your groceries, the local Co-op is just over a 10-minute drive away, so you can stock up on food to cook over your firepit. Y Cwtch Coffi (01239 710074) is a delightful coffee shop, now having its milk delivered from Fferm Gorwel, a local milk delivery service that supports nearby farms. For something a bit stronger, go to Ffynnone Arms (01239 841800), a traditional 18th-century Welsh pub in the village of Newchapel, featured in The Good Beer Guide with its real ales. The Tafarn John Y Gwas (01559 370469) in Llandysul is a 15-minute drive, offering a small and friendly tavern with pub classics.
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Cwmorgan Camping is located at Llwyneinon Uchaf, Capel Iwan, Newcastle Emlyn, Carmarthenshire, Wales, SA38 9LY