There are a range of cultural and historical landmarks all around Alma Grange. Here are just a few examples:
Just five minutes away, Cardigan Castle was awarded “Restoration of the Year” in 2017 by Channel 4’s Great British Buildings. It now houses a museum, lovely grounds and a very good café/restaurant for lunch and dinner.
Also in Cardigan is this vibrant arts and entertainment complex. A diverse programme includes drama, music, dance, film, literature, opera, visual and applied arts.
A short 10-minute trip, and on the route to Poppit Sands, this Cistercian abbey in the estuary village of St Dogmaels, dates back to 1120. It has a café and museum adjoining it with frequent local art displays.
A nearby Norman castle which towers above the spectacular Teifi Gorge.
Slightly further afield at 20 minutes away is the Iron Age fort at Castell Henllys. With frequent educational tours and displays, this shows how people lived, dressed and ate in the Iron Age.
Under an hour away is the birthplace of Henry VII. A classic Norman castle, and a fantastic day out with regular activities for children.
A Georgian house run by the National Trust, Llanerchaeron gives a unique insight into the workings of a country house through the centuries.
Located on the south west tip of Pembrokeshire, St David’s is the smallest city in the United Kingdom, and the former home of Wales’ patron Saint. It is also home to numerous cafes, art galleries and the Cathedral.
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