St Dogmaels, north Pembrokeshire.

Some 7 miles north east of our Bed and Breakfast Inn is the town of St Dogmaels (Llandudoch in Welsh). Regular buses run from nearby our Inn to Cardigan and a short bus journey from Cardigan will take you to St Dogmaels. Alternativley you can drive there in about 15 minutes. Turn left from our carpark and follow the A487 into Cardigan, turn left at The Eagle Inn and follow this road for around a mile, you will now be in St Dogmaels.

St Dogmaels

St DogmaelsThe town is situated on the south bank of the river Teifi between Cardigan and Poppit Sands. There is a small High Street with a handful of shops and an excellent Fish and Chip takeaway. Also in the town are an art gallery, several pubs, a water mill and a ruined Abbey.

St Dogmaels Abbey

At the center of St Dogmaels is the now ruined Abbey. Build in around 1115 and occupying the site of a former pre-Norman monastery it achieved Abbey status in around 1120. The current ruins are a mix of building styles as additions were built and alterations made to the existing buildings. There is a vistors centre, The Coach House which houses a cafe, gallery, gift shop and museum.
Plays are performed in the Abbey Ruins during the summer with a range of actors from the local and national scene.

Y Felin

Nearby St Dogmaels Abbey is Y Felin (The Mill), one of only a handful of working water mills left in Wales. Here they still use the mill to grind flour using machinery installed in 1820. A range of stoneground flours can be bought direct from the mill shop.

St Dogmaels Map


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St Dogmaels Amenities

  • Public Conveniences
  • Village Hall
  • Public Houses
  • Church
  • Shops
  • Regular Buses
  • Historical Monuments

 

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