St. Dogmaels (Llandudoch in Welsh) is a village in north east tip of Pembrokeshire (Dyfed), with the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park on its western boundary, and the estuary of the Teifi on the east. To the south is the county council boundary with Ceredigion, with only 2 miles to the county town of Cardigan.

Albro Castle stands to the north, in two square miles of Ceredigion to the West of the estuary, along the B4546, before rejoining the Pembrokeshire border at Poppit Sands, and the eastern point of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path.

Besides the village, this category serves the area above, and includes sites that have St. Dogmaels as the postal address.  For other sites, see the neighbouring localities of Moylgrove and Cardigan.

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B V Rees Limited
Fiat dealers selling new and used vehicles. Provides details of vehicle servicing, cars and vans for sale, including other models.
GENUKI: St Dogmaels
Historical and religious background to the village, including links to maps old and new.
St Dogmaels Abbey
Introduction and photograph of the ruins that were once Tironensian, later Benedictine, founded on the site of a pre-Norman monastery.
Abbey Shakespeare Players
Overview of theatrical group, with list of past products, directions and booking through Theatre Mwldan. Details of performance of Much Ado About Nothing, running for four days. (August 02, 2006)
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