Ceridwen Centre, a characterful, family run holiday retreat and pet-friendly business based on a small organic farm in North Carmarthenshire. We have varied self-catering & glamping accommodation – a large house sleeping 19, a glamping cabin sleeping 5, a double-decker bus sleeping up to 6, an eco-pod sleeping two and 5 Welsh-made yurts, as well as 4 B&B rooms and a function room.
The Ceridwen Centre is an multi-award winning eco-sensitive holiday, course, retreat, event and wedding venue on a 40 acre Organic farm in the Teifi Valley in West Wales. We can accommodate over 60 people in a variety of comfortable unique spaces all restored, upcycled or made by our local on site team. We are in a beautiful historic location 15 miles from some fantastic beaches. We have a licensed bar and shop. We run regular Friday pizza nights (woodfired sourdough Pizza with seasonal and locally sourced toppings) plus Saturday Burger nights. Check out our Menus and contact us to book in. The Ceridwen Centre is in an area that’s known as the Teifi Valley which is one of Wales’ best kept secrets; visitors will discover here a land of ancient language and traditions, of legends and kings, with lush countryside and rugged hills steeped in history, bustling market towns and country villages built beside the Teifi, excellent local produce – from sea, river and land – can be sampled in the area’s hostelries and restaurants. You’ll find a wide range of arts and crafts, galleries and studios throughout the valley and a warm welcome in one of the many and varied cottages, tipis, farmhouses, yurts, gypsy wagons or cabins available in the valley. The river Teifi, famed for its fishing, runs to the mouth of Cardigan Bay and unites the three counties of Pembrokeshire, Ceredigion and Carmarthenshire. For visitors, we have it all – blue flag beaches, world-class gardens, woodlands, Castles and beautiful countryside. The scenery changes around every bend, inviting you to explore, and stay a while longer. Enjoy forest walks, walks over rolling green hills and walks up our leafy lane. Carmarthenshire is known as the ‘garden of Wales’ and the National Botanic Garden of Wales does this justice, with the world’s biggest single span glasshouse housing the best collection of Mediterranean plants in the Northern Hemisphere.