Many thanks to Dolhaidd Isaf Holiday Cottages for facilitating this camera's location and capitally funding its installation. Dol-Haidd Isaf is one of the oldest recorded settlements in the Teifi Valley. Although the earliest precise mention found so far records a marriage in 1550, it is certain that the house dates from at least one hundred years earlier, and may be much older even than that. The River Teifi (Welsh: Afon Teifi) forms the boundary between the counties of Ceredigion and Carmarthenshire in south-west Wales for most of its 75 mile length (making it the longest river wholly in Wales), flowing into the sea below the town of Cardigan. The catchment of the river is estimated to be 1,008 square kilometres.The Teifi has its source in Llyn Teifi, one of several lakes known collectively as the Teifi Pools. These are situated towards the north of the county of Ceredigion. The River Teifi is one of the major game rivers of Wales, generally fast flowing and subject to rapid rise and fall after heavy rain.