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Border Collie walking through the Afon Ceri

Felindre Farchog village lies on the River Nevern and consists of houses, a former college and an inn. To the east of the village the main road crosses the medieval bridge Pont Baldwyn over Nant Duad, believed to be named after Archbishop Baldwin who with Gerald of Wales campaigned and preached in the area in the late 12th century.

Felindre Farchog is a popular spot with avid walkers looking to explore the Welsh countryside. The most popular walking location within the village is The Felindre Farchog trail which is 3 miles looped, that starts and ends in Nevern.

Our favourite things to do in Felindre Farchog

  • Explore the rural charm of Felindre Farchog.
  • Enjoy walks in the surrounding countryside.
  • Visit local nature reserves and wildlife.
  • Attend local events or fairs in Felindre Farchog.
  • Experience the tranquility of the countryside.

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