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A walk, a pint and a locally caught sewin

Cenarth Falls, a lovely little village about half hour's drive in land from Aberaeron in Mid Wales, renown for traditional fishing in Wales through the use of a coracle. The walk along the river can be rewarded by a refreshment or two in one of the two pubs in this historic village.It's a quaint little place and far enough away from the coast to be classed as off the beaten track in Wales.   Located on the border between the three counties of Ceredigion, Pembrokeshire and Carmarthenshire, Cenarth is in the heart of an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. I cant remember the name of the pub with the coracle man sculpture outside, but I do remember the pint of Tomos Watkin, the authentic feel to the pub and the locally caught sewin from the river Teifi that runs outside.  All in all, a very memorable day with the exception of remembering the name of the pub (but that's another story!)