Cenarath village lies on both sides of the Teifi River, the county boundary between Ceredigion and Carmarathenshire. Cenarth Falls lie upstream from the river bridge, which has circular holes built into it to enable water to flow through it.
Near the village, at Cenarth Falls, the river Teifi emerges suddenly from a deep ravine over a ledge forming a maginificent waterfall when the river is in full spate and the pitcuresque spot is popular with tourists.
Below the bridge you can see fishermen, sometimes in coracles, pitching their skills against salmon and sewin. The National Coracle Centre with examples from around the world including Tibet and Iraq.
Near the bridge there is a holy well, dedicated to 7th century St Ludoc, and there is a standing stone in the church yard of nearby St Llawddog.
Cenarth born Eluned Phillips, the first woman to win the Crown at the National Eisteddfod (not once, but twice) knew the writer Dylan Thomas, the artist Augustus John, and the singer Edith Piaf.
The nearest Tourist Information Centre is in Cardigan and if you're looking for somewhere to stay in Ceredigion, take a look at our accommodation pages.