Eastern Cleddau River, Rivers Llawhaden, Pembrokeshire - Wales where to go, what to see and where to stay in Wales


Llawhaden Pembrokeshire Wales
The Eastern Cleddau rises in the foothills of the Preseli Hills at Blaen-cleddau in Pembrokeshire, South Wales. It flows southwest to Gelli Mill, where the Syfnwy river joins it. It then flows south through a deep picturesque valley past Llawhaden and becomes tidal at Canaston Bridge, the lowest crossing point. The estuary joins that of the Western Cleddau at Picton Point where it becomes the Daugleddau. The eastern Cleddau is about 34 km of which about 7 km is tidal. <br><br> The rolling hills and valleys overlooked by the Preseli Range are some of the most beautiful in Wales. Both Cleddau (the Eastern and Western Cleddau) are popular with canoeists and superb touring rivers. The wildlife is outstanding and the estuaries breathtaking. <br><br> There are several walks along the banks of the Eastern Cleddau including the popular Landsker Borderlands Trail.
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