Cilgerran is a village in north Pembrokeshire, within an inland parish of the same name, having its northern border with county of Ceredigion along the River Teifi. Historically Cilgerran has givenits name to the hundred, which includes Bridell, Capel Colman, Castellan, Clydey, Llanfihangel Penbedw, Llantood, Manordeifi and Penrith.
Gallery of Welsh landscapes, seascapes, wildlife paintings and portraits in oil. Includes regularly updated works in progress and details of prints and cards for sale.
Photographs and information on the castle and its history.
Displays paintings of landscapes, still-life, animals, surreal and abstract compositions in oil, acrylic and watercolour. Includes artist's profile, buying information and contacts south of Bridell.
Christian, historical and genealogical research information about the parish and ancient hundred. Includes links to articles on the castle.
National Trust: Cilgerran Castle
Details of 13th century ruined castle, perched overlooking the Teifi Gorge. Includes contacts, opening times, entry fees and directions.
Country house bed and breakfast also acting as a venue for private functions. Profile, services and facilities.
Snail Trail Handweavers
Offers talks, courses and workshops in weaving, spinning and dyeing talks & workshops. Includes photos of scarves, rugs, and hangings, details of full board accommodation in their Georgian farmhouse, calendar and online booking.
Visit Pembrokeshire - Cilgerran
Community information including history, map, clubs and societies, places of worship, pubs, restaurants, businesses and holiday accommodation.
Welsh Wildlife Centre
Nature reserve along the banks of the River Teifi offering all-ability trails through the Teifi marshes, featuring an otter holt and imported water buffalo to control the habitat. Includes facilities and opening times.
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