Cenarth Falls is located just outside of Pembrokeshire in the county of Ceredigion, Wales. The main attraction here are the Falls in the village. It is also known as the ‘Salmon Leap’ as they make their way through the series of pools and gushing waterfalls.
Also in the village is a Coracle musuem with a flour mill that overlooks Cenarth Falls which was built circa 13th century. Cenarth also has two pubs located near the falls, the Three Horseshoes & White Hart Inn. also not too far away is a holiday park with a selection of camping/caravan sites around the area.
Henllan Falls is also located not too far away from Cenarth Falls that also provides opportunities to watch Salmon & fish migrating although it is not as popular but it still provides good scenic views.
It is pretty easy get here with plenty of signposting along the way from any direction.
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