NEAR the pretty village of Cenarth in West Wales, Argoed Meadows Caravan and Camping site has 30 pitches, all with 16 amp electric hook-ups. There are seven hardstanding pitches and the high-quality toilet block is a winner of the Loo of the Year award.
The attractive village of Cenarth is famed for its leaping salmon waterfalls and is renowned for the River Teifi which flows over boulders and rocks on its way to the estuary at Cardigan Bay. Alongside the river is an attractive 17th century flour mill, which still features a cast iron and timber wheel. A famous landmark of the town is the 200-year-old bridge over the Teifi which features unusual stone holes in its design.
The Campsite itself is just two hundred yards from the waterfalls, with September and October being the best months to see the fish heading upstream to their breeding grounds. With a rod licence you can also fish for them. The season runs from 1 April to 17 October and rod licences are available in Cenarth village.
Also just a couple of hundred yards away is the village of Cenarth which offers pretty much all you could want for your touring holiday - including two good pubs that serve food, two tearooms, Post Office, petrol station with a Nisa mini supermarket stocking a large amount of food including groceries, drinks, newspapers and confectionary.