Situated just off the main A487 between Fishguard and Cardigan, Nevern has ancient origins dating back to at least the fifth century AD. It is best known for its impressive Church as well as its location along the pilgrimage route to St. David’s (three pilgrimages to St. David’s were once considered the equivalent of one journey to Rome). The famous megalithic monument, Pentre Ifan, lies a few miles from the village. Local businesses include the Trewern Arms pub, a garage, farms , a market garden, nursery, tea room and a café. A bridlepath runs along the river Nevern to the nearby village of Felindre, beyond which lies the Castell Henllys Iron Age Fort tourist attraction. The river Nevern provides excellent fishing, and is home to wildlife such as otters and heron.
The Village Hall has recently celebrated its 25th anniversary, having previously served the community as a school. It is seen as a key meeting place, has a strong and active committee and hosts many different activities and events. The Village hall, now modernised, is located in one of the most attractive locations in West wales – between the ancient village church and the river.
It has a hall with sports floor Committee Room modern Kitchen Disabled access and WC large enclosed hard surface area