St Dogmaels (Welsh: Llandudoch) is a village and community in Pembrokeshire, Wales, on the estuary of the River Teifi, a mile downstream from the town of Cardigan in neighbouring Ceredigion. A little to the west of the village, further along the estuary, lies Poppit Sands beach.
The village contains the remains of a 12th-century Tironian abbey, which was in its day one of the richer monastic institutions in Wales. It was once a marcher borough. George Owen of Henllys, in 1603, described it as one of five Pembrokeshire boroughs overseen by a portreeve.
The Abbey Shakespeare Plays
- Owen, George, The Description of Penbrokshire by George Owen of Henllys Lord of Kemes, Henry Owen (Ed), London, 1892
- Calor Village of the Year
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- www.stdogmaels.org Village website for St Dogmaels, including an up to date 'what's on' calendar
- abbeyshakespeare.co.uk : The website of the Abbey Shakespeare Players
- www.geograph.co.uk : photos of St. Dogmaels and surrounding area
- photos of St.Dogmael's and information
- Poppit Sands Beach St.Dogmael's and information
- A circular walk and map round St.Dogmael's
- St. Dogmael's Homepage
- Welsh Abbey site
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