St Dogmaels Abbey is an abbey in St Dogmaels in Pembrokeshire, Wales, on the banks of the River Teifi and close to Cardigan and Poppit Sands. It is named after Dogmael, a 6th century saint said to have been the son of Ithel ap Ceredig ap Cunedda Wledig, and also reputedly the cousin of Saint David.
We have plenty of things to do and see here in the Coach House which is adjacent to the beautiful ruins of St Dogmaels mediaeval Tironensian Benedictine abbey: a museum exhibiting carved stones and artefacts from the abbey. Contemporary interpretation telling the history of the abbey and the surrounding area see Abbey and St Dogmaels.
A cafe offering delicious organic coffees, breakfast, lunch and afternoon teas: using locally sourced fresh ingredients; free WiFi and a gallery showcasing diverse and stimulating work from a broad range of artists.