The Pembrokeshire village of Crymych is situated south of Cardigan and north of Narberth on the A478 in Pembrokeshire, West Wales. To the east of the Preseli Hills, the village was once an important market and commercial centre for the inhabitants of North Pembrokeshire, while today Crymych is a secluded backwater, a great place to spend a break away from urban life.
There are several walks in close proximity to Crymych enabling personal expeditions in search of the renowned bluestones of the Preseli Hills and visits to the many cairns and ancient burial chambers to be found in this corner of Pembrokeshire. Further afield, in the seaside resort of Newport (16km) visitors can take up sailing and a variety of watersports, and spot a good selection of wildlife including seals and buzzards. And wherever you find yourself in the county of Pembrokeshire you are never far from the celebrated Pembrokeshire Coastal Path that stretches for 186 miles from Poppit to Amroth. Back to the village and the Frenni Food and Craft Festival is held in the village every year, providing a showcase for local producers of food and drink. Visitors can sample a variety of foods, and activities are held throughout the day. The Crymych Leisure Centre is also popular with residents and visitors alike, with its 25m swimming pool, four outdoor tennis courts, a fitness suite and an excellent sports hall. Looking for accommodation in or around Crymych There are plenty of self-catering cottages so you don't have to leave your home comforts behind, with hotels to be found along the coast and in the nearby village of Felindre Farchog.