Felin Hedd is less than 5 minutes drive from the historic ‘Drovers’ market town of Tregaron which has many facilities including restaurants, cafés, a post office, shops and weekly local market.

Ceredigion’s agricultural past permeates the fabric of the town, and the old tradition of Harness racing is still a popular attraction for locals and visitors alike.

Tregaron is also home to the Tregaron Kite Centre and Museum and Rhiannons Welsh Gold centre and Gallery, an important resource for Celtic history and culture, showcasing the work of many local artists and crafts people. In its charming courtyard, caféHafan is justifiably noted for its traditional Welsh teas.

Continuing along the historical theme, nearby is Europe’s only surviving Bronze Age bog, teeming with rare birds, insects and plants, one of many areas of special conservation interest throughout Ceredigion.

Felin Hedd is well placed to access all that the county has to offer, from award winning beaches, to the spectacular walking, cycling and mountain biking experiences - not to mention the many opportunities for anglers along any of the Teifi fishing beats, estuary, lake and fishery locations throughout the area.