Boncath and its environs
Boncath is in the Teifi Valley and enjoys a rich community tradition of hospitality, music, the arts and recreational activities.
Boncath is a village (population 700) in north Pembrokeshire about 5 miles west of Newcastle Emlyn and 3.5 miles from Cardigan. The village stands at a cross-roads linking the nearby Cenarth waterfalls and Eglwyswrw. Formerly a hamlet around an inn, the village developed after the coming of the railway in 1885.
The Community Hall
The Community Hall, a registered charity, provides a venue for events in the local area holding yoga, painting, drawing and Welsh language classes. There is also a children’s playground next door to the community hall. The village shop and post office is open 7 days a week and bus 430 connects Cardigan to the north and Narberth to the south.
Abercych, Newchapel, Cilgerran villages with 5 pubs and restaurants within 5-10 mins by car.
The Nags Head
Cardigan Golf Course
stunning sandy beaches
There is a good supply of primary and secondary schools with three secondary schools in Crmych (Welsh medium, 5m), Cardigan (Bilingual, 5m) and Newcastle Emlyn (English medium, 6m). Local Primary schools teach through Welsh – 100% in the foundation phase and 75% from 7 years old to 11