Afon Duad Inn is a friendly inn in the small village of Cwmduad which is about 8 miles north west of Carmarthen on the A484, the main road from Carmarthen to Cardigan.
Cwmduad is in the heart of the beautiful Teifi Valley.
There are a wealth of attractions nearby, something for all. Ranging from the spectacular views, unrivaled fishing, golf, places of historical interest, walks and beaches.
Just to name a few things you can do in the area.
Directions from the East:From the M4, join the A48 westbound to Carmarthen. At the Carmarthen roundabout take the A484 signposted Aberteifi/Cardigan. The A484 will take you through the villages of Bronwydd and Cynwyl Elfed. The next village is Cwmduad. Afon Duad is located on the right hand side of the road in the centre of the village.
Directions from the West:From Cardigan, join the A484 signposted Newcastle Emlyn/Carmarthen. The A484 will take you through Newcastle Emlyn and onto Saron then Rhos. Cwmduad is 3½ miles further on. Afon Duad is located on the left hand side of the road at the centre of the village.
Directions from the North:From Aberystwyth, take the A487 south. After passing through the town of Aberaeron continue south on the A487. At Synod Inn, turn left and join the A486 signposted Llandysul. At Llandysul stay on the A486 until you join the A484. Turn left. The next village is Rhos. Cwmduad is 3½ miles further on. Afon Duad is located on the left hand side of the road as you enter the village.