The Pembrokeshire coast and Cardigan Bay areas offers a wealth of outdoor activities such as river and sea kayaking, white water rafting, horse riding, photography, coasteering, walking, cycling, bush crafts, surfing and wildlife spotting trips.

There's a selection of tourist information onsite, and Jon & Soo are always happy to help with recommendations - or ask your fellow campers for their recommendations around the communal campfire in evenings!

Coast path signpost
Kids Kayaking
Horses in field

There is stunning walking right on the doorstep of Penrallt, with the public footpaths and bridleway running through the site into the Fynnone Woods, along the Dulas and Teifi valleys and beyond into the Preseli Hills or on to the coast.

What a coast it is too!  In 2011 National Geographic magazine voted Pembrokeshire the second-best coastal destination in the world, and the star attraction is the Pembrokeshire Coast Path which starts from St. Dogmaels, just a 20 minutes drive from Penrallt, and runs on for 186 miles through the National Park to Amroth in the South.

There are coastal buses which enable walkers to explore sections of the coast path one-way then take the bus back to where they started, such as the Poppit Rocket running from Cardigan to Fishguard.  (Buses are dog-friendly.)

There are also 950km of walking trails within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, criss-crossing inland from the main coastal route.



North Pembrokeshire is blessed with fantastic riding opportunities, with hundreds of miles of bridleways, and picturesque lanes with almost no vehicle traffic.

There are 5 riding schools within a 7 mile radius of Penrallt, offering everything from lessons for complete beginners and children, through to cross-country hacks and show jumping training.

Our guests have always reported positive feedback about The Dyfed Riding Centre, which is BHS approved, caters for ages 5+ and a wide range of abilities, and offers riding through 120 acres of private farmland and woodland.


You can cycle out straight from Top of the Woods, to some of the best cycling in the UK.

There is something for everyone in Pembrokeshire, from passionate and dedicated cyclist, to family and leisure riders looking for low traffic/car free rides. Pembrokeshire can offer a cycling holiday adventure in an inspiring landscape. 

Find out what Cycling Adventures you can have locally 


The area offers fabulous water sports opportunities, with kayaking and canoeing, coasteering, surfing, windsurfing, sailing, paddle boarding, wild swimming and white water rafting all available in the Teifi Gorge and Cardigan Bay.  

Cardigan Bay Active offers introductory sessions, equipment hire and excursions in a range of aquatic activities with qualified instructors.

If you want to enjoy the water without getting wet, you can a wildlife spotting boat trip, which depart from the centre of Cardigan and explores the Special Conservation Area, with Europe's largest resident population of bottlenose dolphins.

You can simply swim in the clean blue seas from nearby Poppit Sands, which has a lifeguard and cafe, or Mwnt beach, where you might be lucky enough to spot the local dolphins and seals while you swim!

Just a few minutes from Penrallt, you can also swim in the secret waterfall pool in the Fynonne Woods.


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