Self-catering holiday cottages in Cilgerran
Why not bring your loved ones on holiday to the idyllic village of Cilgerran in North Pembrokeshire? We have some charming holiday properties to let in Cilgerran for you to choose from. Cilgerran is a small village situated in North Pembrokeshire, on the banks of the River Teifi, just down the road from Cardigan. The village is set within beautiful countryside and is home to a magnificent 13th-century castle, perched overlooking the spectacular Teifi Gorge. The village is home to some handy local shops and up to three pubs in the local area.
If you love nature and the great outdoors, then Cilgerran would be the perfect place to base yourself. The Teifi Marsh Nature Reserve can also be found just outside the village and within the heart of that, the award-winning and iconic Welsh Wildlife Centre, complete with Glasshouse Café. You can hire a canoe and paddle up the Teifi Gorge to get a different perspective on Cilgerran Castle. There are gorgeous woodlands within the surrounding area to be explored too, including Coedmor National Nature Reserve, Coed Gwastad, and Coed Maidie B. Goddard Nature Reserve. Cycling is also a popular activity in the area. Cardi Bach traffic-free cycle trail, a 5.5-mile route meanders through the reserve, past marshes and bird watching hides into Cardigan. Alternatively, try out the longer 17.5-mile ‘Meeting of the Waters’ circular cycle trail that takes in Cilgerran, Cardigan, Cardi Bach, Llechryd, Aberych and New Chapel.
Stay at one of our cottages in Cilgerran and explore the surrounding area. We have properties for visitor groups of all sizes from solo travellers to large extended gatherings of friends and family. From the lap of luxury, cosy romantic holiday cottages to comfortable barn conversions, we have just the place for you. Bring your four-legged friend along as our range of dog-friendly accommodation in Cilgerran and the wider area is large and diverse. Browse our collection to find your perfect holiday home for your next break to West Wales.