The river Teifi is the longest river to start and end wholly in Wales, covering a length of around 75 miles – starting above the village of Pontrhydfendigaid at the Teifi Pools in the Cambrian Mountains, before emptying into the sea in Gwbert and Cardigan Bay. Along the way it passes through around 1 1/2 miles of our meadows at Gogoyan. Here it is possible to fish for Brown Trout, Sea-trout and Salmon.
The River Teifi is a spate river and fishes best for Salmon and Sea-trout after rain and a rise in the river. Brown trout can be caught at all river heights. All fishing should be done according to river bylaws and seasons.
Children can have great fun fishing for minnows and stone loach in the shallows.
If you’re quiet you may even see otters during your stay.
There’s an abundance of birds from Red Kites, Buzzards and Ravens to Kingfishers, Jays, Green Woodpeckers, Greater and Lesser Spotted Woodpeckers, Mute Swans and a variety of songbirds.
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