The caravan is fully equipped
for your holiday with comfortable built in wrap around sofas, flat
screen TV with digital free view and DVD, a dining area seating 4 and
kitchen area with fridge, gas hob & oven, microwave and all the
usual small appliances, crockery, cutlery and cookware. There are 2
bedrooms, a double with an ensuite WC and basin, and a twin bedroom,
plus a family shower room with glazed shower, WC and basin. There is
electric heating in the bedrooms and bathroom and gas fire in the
The area around the caravan is gravel
and there is a large deck with table and chairs overlooking the water, also a BBQ .
The local Sailing Club is next door and provides launching facilities
(small fee) if you bring a boat to explore the estuary and Cardigan Bay.
There is adequate space for parking a boat close to the caravan.
- Bed linen provided, please bring your own towels and
- All electricity and gas included in rental.
- Parking next to caravan and plenty of space for a
boat on a trailer.
- Large deck with table and chairs seating 4
overlooking the water.
- The adjacent caravan Sŵn-y-Don' - sleeping 6
can be booked together with 'Awel-y-Môr to sleep 10.
Birds: - Along this stretch
of the river, you may see Kingfishers, Dippers and Grey Wagtails, Common
Sandpipers, Redshank, Whimbrel and Herons. The caravan is one of the
best place to view the various gulls, Mediterranean Gulls are fairly
common in ones or twos. Little, Glaucous and Iceland Gulls have also
been seen from here. Scan the far bank for waders and Little Egrets. The
spit opposite the Webley pub is the high tide roost for the larger
waders, Oystercatchers, Curlew, Godwits and Knot. Opposite the Webley on
the northern shore, beyond the caravan site / boat club is where the
smaller waders congregate. Dunlin, Sanderling, Ringed Plover and in
autumn Little Stint and Curlew Sandpiper and in winter months there may
be Goosander and often Canada Geese. Otters have also been seen on this
stretch of coast.
Nearby there is
- Golf - Cardigan Golf Course is
famous for its coastal views.
- St. Dogmaels Abbey - across the
river at St Dogmaels the remains of this 12th century Abbey are free
- Poppit Sands and RNLI centre and
- Cardigan Town and Castle
- Ceredigion Coastal Path
- Teifi River Trail
- Cilgerran Castle
- Teifi Marshes Nature Reserve
and visitor centre.
- Heritage canoes at Cilgerran.
- Cardigan Bay Active - watersports,
kayaking, coasteering etc.
- One well behaved pet welcomed.