Alongside the Park is the Teifi Boat Club, which is disabled-friendly. Facilities include a bar and light refreshments, and Sunday lunches
are also available. Caravan owners are welcome to join the Boat Club on a temporary or full membership. Moorings are available for a
fee, for the Park users with membership; boats can be launched and recovered on the well-surfaced slipway, with parking for both boats
and cars. The Club also welcomes young sailors and offers training sessions.
Cardigan town centre offers many attractions, at
Theatre Mwldan you can see the lastest films and productions. It also has an art gallery.
If you require more active pastimes, there is the
Golf Course, or the dry ski slope at Llangranog. You could always take a day out to
Cardigan Island Coastal Farm. Do you wish to take a
around the bay, and see the wildlife close up?
here if you want to see more of what the area has to offer.
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Cardigan Town Centre:
Cardigan town centre is just one and a half miles from Waters Edge. Many of the national retail chains are represented. Also to be found in the town are supermarkets,
traditional shops, inns and restaurants, many with their original Georgian and Victorian fronts.
Also, in Cardigan's Guild Hall there is a traditional
indoor market most days, where fresh local produce can
The old town of Cardigan has many historical features. Cardigan also has its own