Our Cardigan Bay holiday properties range from houses, cottages,
bungalows, farmhouses to barn conversions. They provide the perfect base
for your exploration of this gorgeous part of Wales. All are family-friendly,
and many of them welcome your pets too! Sleeping upwards of two guests,
they are suitable for romantic breaks away, to a group of friends or family all
looking to holiday together.
Many of the Cardigan Bay holiday cottages boast breath-taking views,
ranging from sea cliffs, rolling hills, pristine gardens to historical harbours.
Some cottages still have ample rustic charm along with all the comforts you would
require, while others have been modernised to perfection so that no matter what your taste, we're sure to have something to suit your needs.
Guide to Cardigan Bay:
The Heritage Coast Line of Cardigan Bay has a range of stunning beaches.
Some dominated by dramatic cliffs, others with softening dunes. Tresaith Beach has rolling golden sand and rock pools full of sea life, and the mile-long Penbryn has tidal covers and caves waiting to be explored.
Cardigan Bay is a short journey from the Cambrian Mountains, the gorgeous
land between the Snowdonia National Park and the Brecon Beacons National
Park. This unspoilt part of Wales has an abundance of breath-taking natural
beauty, the ideal spot for a stroll.
The Teifi Valley is the longest river in Wales, at 75-miles it passes through
three different counties. The river has a selection of walkways, cycle paths or
spots to sit and admire the wildlife and enjoy the tranquillity.
Artists and artisan workshops, exhibitions and galleries abound, inspired by
this stunning location.
Things to Do in Cardigan Bay:
Â· Coastal boat tours Â· Sealife spotting â€“ dolphins and seals Â· Vale of Rheidol Railway