Lt TAXIS in Cardigan, Pembrokeshire
Our Cardigan Taxi Service
Are you in need of a taxi? Perhaps you have arranged to meet up with an old friend in a surrounding town or village? Maybe your car has let you down and is headed for the garage to be fixed! Well you don't have to let your friend down... Lt Taxis are here to help!
Lt Taxis cover Cardigan itself and all of the surrounding areas, towns and villages! So wherever you are Lt Taxis can get to you!! Simply fill out an online quote form at least 48 hours in advance of your journey.. Lt Taxis will get back to you with a price and if you like what you see then just say yes please... Lt Taxis will take it from there! What could be better!
All Lt Taxi drivers offer fair, reasonable prices, have a wealth of local knowledge, take pride in their clean and comfortable taxis.. and best of all are all DBS (police) checked so you know you couldn't be in better hands!
So why wait... fill out the quote now! No waiting for a bus in the cold, Lt Taxis can meet you at your front door at a time that suits you! Lt Taxis are the best!!
Cardigan is a town in the county of Ceredigion in Mid Wales. It is the second largest town in Ceredigion. A busy market town that manages to mix its history and new sympathetically.
The settlement at Cardigan was built around the 11th or early 12th century Noman castle. The castle was the location of the first National Eisteddfod in 1176. In the 18th century Cardigan became an important port town but as with most towns this had declined by the 20th century.
Follow the stunning scenery and secluded coves along the Heritage Coast line of Cardigan Bay! You may even spot dolphins, porpoises, rare birds and some seals! For the thrill seekers you can try kayaking, coasteering, wildlife boat trips, climbing, windsurfing and sailing with one of the many operators in Cardigan such as Fforest Outdoor and Cardigan bay watersports.
The Teifi River Trail, you can pick up from the town centre and onto the splendid nature reserve, past the Wildlife Trust visitor centre, onto the squirrel trail, past Cilgerran castle and onto the 12th Century Coracle centre. Continue and you will pass the Castell Malgwyn hotel, a Georgian mansion that dates from 1795 and finally cross Lechryd bridge to retrace your steps back to Cardigan.
The old railway track is now a footpath and cycle path through Teifi marshes and wildlife park.
Teifi valley is an anglers paradise and is ranked as the best sea trout river in Europe! You will spot an abundance of wildlife including otters!
Cardigan boasts many spectacular beaches in the area such as Cwmtydu, Llangrannog, Penbryn, Tresaith, Aberporth, Mwnt, Poppit sands, Ceibwr, Newport sands and Newport parrog.
Cardigan island is a small, uninhabited island that lies north of Cardigan and you will spot a small colony of grey seals living here! You will also see a variety of birds and bottlenose dolphins!
Head to the Guildhall Market where you will discover more than 30 stalls under cover in this Grade 2 listed building! There's local produce, household goods, crafts, IT, hairdressers, souvenir shops, computer games shops, greeting cards and much more...
You will find excellent amenities in Cardigan including a hospital, college, 2 leisure centres (1 in the college grounds, the other in Napier Street), football club and an 18 hole golf club in Gwbert, north of the town.
Events in Cardigan
Cardigan, as you can see below, has a packed calendar of events to suit all ages, tastes and budgets!
- River and food festival in August
- Local produce market held on a Thursday at Cardigan Guildhall Market
- In the summer Cilgerran festival and the coracle races take place
- Barley Saturday is an agricultural event that takes place on the Saturday following the last Friday in April. After being judged the horses that take part are paraded through the town followed by vintage tractors, cars and motorbikes
- Theatr Mwaldan is an arts and entertainment complex that has 3 fully digital screens, holds classes and performances, offers music, drama, dance, film, literature, opera, visual and applied arts and has a bar and café. It is Wales' only true independent multiplex!
- The Small World theatre play host to a fantastic puppet theatre with a focus on arts and sustainability!
- The Guildhall offers dances, concerts, pop ups, markets, exhibitions and the Corn Exchange arts and craft gallery
- The National Shrine of the Roman Catholic church is held in Cardigan attracting lots of pilgrims to the area
Where is Cardigan?
Cardigan is a town in West Wales and gateway to the River Teifi
Cardigan lies on a tidal reach of the River Teifi and the Ceredigion and Pembrokeshire coast paths
Fishguard is 20 miles away, Aberaeron 23 miles, Moylegrove is also nearby
Cardigan is on the A487 road. The other road, the A478 will take you to Tenby and Narbeth. The A484 will take you to Swansea
52° 5′ 3.01″ N, 4° 39′ 28.51″ W
Where can our Cardigan taxis meet you?
Cardigan Lt Taxis are so flexible and can meet you from your front door, after a lecture at college, from a b&b or guest accommodation if you are a visitor to the area.. you name it and Lt Taxis will be there! Below are some suggested meeting places to help you in your journey planning!
- Carpenter's Arms pub
- Penbontbren luxury b&b
- Coleg Ceredigion college
- Prince Charles quay
- The Guildhall