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).