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Handpicked Cottages in Aberporth

Stay at one of our holiday cottages in Aberporth to experience a charming coastal village that offers serenity, beauty and above all, the perfect location for a retreat in Wales. To stay in this picturesque part of the Cardigan Bay, begin by browsing through our extensive portfolio of holiday cottages, which ranges from traditional and modern cottages to chalet lodges, barn conversions, country homes and holiday apartments.

For accommodation with a touch of class, why not opt for one of our luxurious holiday cottages that features a roaring log fire or bubbling hot tub? If you cannot bear parting with your pooch, there is plenty of room for them too- with a host of property owners that are more than happy to accept dogs into their cottages. And for those with specialist needs, there is a selection of wheelchair-accessible properties available that ensure your requirements are met. Simply use the key to identify the features of the cottage, or for more assistance, get in touch with our sales team who will help you with your search.

The Aberporth holiday cottages in the Quality Cottages portfolio sleep parties of two or more, which means couples, families or large groups can relax and unwind in the hidden gem of Aberporth.

Guide to Aberporth:

The 16th-century Aberporth encapsulates everything you would expect a seaside resort to be, with sandy beaches, cosy local pubs and scenic coastal views that are best viewed from the coastal path trails. Perhaps the most noteworthy part of this charming village is the Blue Flag beaches which attract a host of canoeists, swimmers, families and sunbathers during the warmer months. During low tide, children can spend the afternoon discovering the abundance of sea life that call the rock pools home or look out to sea to spot any of the dolphins or seals that are playing close to the shoreline. For those who want a closer look, boat trips are easily arranged in the nearby town of New Quay. Whilst in the cooler evenings, take your pooch for a long run along the dog-friendly beach before retreating to one of the local pubs for a hearty meal. The locals are friendly and welcoming, which is guaranteed to make your stay that extra bit special.

Alongside the iconic beaches is the coastal path which is perfect for walkers who want to explore a beautiful section of the Wales Coast Path. Keen walkers can walk along to the beach of Mwnt, onto Gwbert and down to the tourist-favourite, Cardigan. To the north side, the first part of the path has been modified to be wheelchair-friendly, and it offers fantastic views of the bay. For those looking for more active pursuits, take your hand to cycling, surfing, paintballing, white-water canoeing, golfing or fishing. Day trips are easily doable for those who want to venture further afield and explore more of West Wales.

Things to Do in Aberporth:

  • Cafes, pubs and restaurants
  • Historic sites nearby
  • Family-friendly activities
  • Beaches
  • Walking
  • Wildlife spotting

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