The Heart of St Dogmaels

Ancient St Dogmaels:

In the centre of St Dogmaels are the ruins of the 12th century Abbey, visitor centre with museum, café & gallery open 10am – 4pm. The church houses early Christian stones, ring cross and an Ogham Stone with early Irish notched script dating to the 6th-9th Century.

St Dogmaels Tuesday Morning Award Winning Market

‘BBC Food and Farming Awards Best Market in Britain 2016’ with Helen’s Fox Hill Farm Award Winning Jams and Marmalades, Mandy’s Award Winning Cardigan Bay Fish, Local Cheeses and Bread baked with flour from the Village Water Mill, Fresh Veg. etc

There are many Popular Walks Near St Dogmaels

Antosh, Gill and Ann Cakebread with the local Footpath Association created this folding waterproof map of walks £1 donation. Catch the Poppit Rocket Coastal Walkers Bus to enjoy the landscape, flora and fauna.

Our Neolithic Past: Our link with Stonehenge

Cromlech, Standing Stones, Stonehenge’s Neolithic Quarries at Craig Rhosyfelin & Carn Goedog are close by. Antosh has created a map of the local Neolithic sites and stones. Maps, tours and visits with experts may be arranged.

Poppit Sands Beach and Cafe

Poppit Sands blue flag beach is perfect. The cafe food is lush. This short film gives a flavour of Poppit Beach https://vimeo.com/74276121

Adventures on Water

Take a trip with Bay to Remember to explore the caves and coastline of Cardigan Bay, home to the largest pod of bottle–nosed dolphins in Europe.
Cardigan Bay Active provides a programme of activities such as kayaking, canoeing, paddleboarding, coasteering in Pembrokeshire and Ceredigion.

Evening meal options

Booking is advisable.
The Ferry Inn 01239 615172 – across the road, Voted 2nd Best Beer Garden In Wales.
The White Hart 01239 612099 – 10 mins walk, excellent reputation for fresh fish, closed Mondays.
The Fish & Chip shop for lunches and evening meals, closed Sundays and Mondays.
Our dining room is available for you to enjoy your takeaway.