Newcastle Emlyn and Adpar are two adjacent communities in the Teifi Valley, West Wales sitting either side of the River Teifi. To the North is Adpar in the County of Ceredigion, to the South, Newcastle Emlyn in the County of Carmarthenshire.
Newcastle Emlyn and Adpar form a bustling market town community which grew up around a crossing point over the River Teifi. Its swooping meanders made the site a natural defensive position first built on by the Normans.
Today, although the castle is in ruins, the town is lively and attractive and its people welcoming.
Pembrokeshire with its National Park and the stunning West Wales coastline is only a few miles drive away where some of the most beautiful beaches in the UK can be found including Mwnt, Gwert, Penbryn, Aberporth, Tresaith, Newquay, Poppit and Llangrannog.
There is never a shortage of things to do around our Welsh Holiday Cottages.