7 acres of gardens are yours to explore at Hammet House. We have some magnificent ancient trees, many of which have tree preservation orders. The front lawn steps down on to the croquet lawn that was created for Lily Gower in the late 1800s. The remains of the Victorian carriage drive to Cilgerran church head off in to the woods which are now privately owned. The side lawn leads away from the house to the south with a gentle slope.A slate chipped path takes you down to the edge of the river Teifi, from where you can walk alongside the river to the neighbouring village of Cilgerran, & climb up a steep set of steps to the spectacular ruins of Cilgerran Castle which is a National trust property open to visitors.
Squirrels can be spotted easily throughout the grounds, careful observers may also find otters on the river bank, leaping salmon in the water & deer in & around the grounds.