An 18,000 acre forest between the western edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park and the southern edge of the Cambrian Mountains, with a mixture of ancient forest and managed woodlands. On the doorstep is Pembrey Country Park, and Cefn Sidan, the longest beach in Wales. This is a great location for mountain bike trails, walking and horse riding.
- 50 miles south west of Cilgwyn Manor
- Tenby Harbour, Tenby, Pembrokeshire, SA70
The island is home to a small village and its famous monastery. You can also visit the priory and the Norman chapel. Boat trips run between Tenby Harbour and Caldey Island.
Cardigan Island Coastal Farm Park
- 53.4 miles west of Cilgwyn Manor
- Gwbert-on-Sea, Cardigan, Ceredigion, SA43 1PR
- 01239 623 637
Beautiful scenery, an island nature reserve, dramatic cliffs, clear blue sea and maritime flowers. See bottlenose dolphins, Atlantic grey seals, harbour porpoises and sea birds. There are also farm animals, and indoor games for wet weather.
- 21.1 miles east of Cilgwyn Manor
- Cray, near Sennybridge, Powys, LD3 (off the A4067)
This storage reservoir in the Brecon Beacons National Park, dating back to 1898, is surrounded by stunning scenery. Excellent area for walking.
Cwm Rhaeadr Trails
- 9.7 miles north of Cilgwyn Manor
- Cwm Rhaeadr, Cil-y-Cwm, Llandovery, SA20 0NU
- 01550 760 306
Remote woodland with stunning views in the Upper Tywi valley – with mountain biking trails, horse riding trails and walking trails.
Henrhyd Falls is the highest waterfall in South Wales. Discover wildlife as you walk through woodland on the three and a half mile “Henrhyd Falls and Nant Llech” walk.
Llyn Y Fam Fach
- 9.7 miles south east of Cilgwyn Manor
- Llandeusant, Carmarthenshire
Associated with the myth of the Lady of the Lake, this 10 hectare lake is situated on the northern margin of the Black Mountain in Carmarthenshire and lies within the Brecon Beacons National Park. Great walks and stunning scenery.
- 36.4 miles south of Cilgwyn Manor
- Parc Tawe Retail Park, Swansea, SA1 2AL
- 01792 474 555
A rain forest created in the middle of Swansea. Walk around the tropical paradise and learn about the plants and animals of the rain forests.
Red Kite Feeding Centre
The centre is designed to fit naturally into the landscape and to provide the opportunity for bird lovers to watch red kites, buzzards and other birds feeding.
The Beacons Way
The Beacons Way Walk is 95 miles long, covers the full length of the Brecon Beacons National Park, and takes 8 days. Starting at Holy Mountain, Abergavenny, it takes in some of the best scenery the Park has to offer, and finishes at Bethlehem, near Llangadog.
- 12 miles east of Cilgwyn Manor
- 6 miles from Trecastle, signposted on the Llandeusant road
The reservoir is in a remote area surrounded by forest and moorland, overlooking the Black Mountain (Carmarthenshire). Great views and walks of up to 8km, with fishing available.
Wildfowl and Wetland Trust Llanelli Wetland Centre
- 30.6 miles south of Cilgwyn Manor
- Llwynhendy, Llanelli, Carmarthenshire, SA14 9SH
- 01554 741 087
Hand feed the rarest goose in the world, see the colourful flamingos, go bug hunting or pond dipping, enjoy bird watching from the hides and explore the reserve to see butterflies and dragonflies.