Relax, unwind and breathe in the crisp sea air when you stay at one of our holiday cottages in Tresaith. Your coastal retreat is just a couple clicks away-all you have to do is browse through our range of holiday cottages; from traditional and modern abodes to chalet lodges, barn conversions, country homes and holiday apartments, your dream property is waiting for you. And for accommodation with something extra special, pick from our luxury cottage options that have a log-burning fire or hot tub.
If a family holiday is not complete without your pooch, our dog-friendly accommodation will be the perfect choice for you! Many of our property owners are more than happy to accommodate pets into their abodes to ensure you have the holiday of your dreams.
We pride ourselves on our selection of holiday cottages and ensuring they meet your every need and wish. Should you require it, we also have a superb range of wheelchair-accessible cottages that ensure easy property access and comfortable living. Simply use the key to identify the features of the cottage, or for more assistance, get in touch with our sales team who will assist you in your search.
Our Tresaith holiday cottages sleep parties of two or more, accommodating couples, families or large groups in their holiday to this idyllic coastal village.
Tresaith is located in Ceredigion, a popular tourist destination in Wales. Nestled between Aberporth and Llangranog, and linked to the two by the Ceredigion Heritage Coastal Path, this fantastic location is the perfect spot for those who want to experience a quieter slice of the heavenly Wales. With views that drop jaws, the beauty and serenity of Tresaith is guaranteed to captivate you.
Walkers are catered to with countless trails, where the sighting of the wildlife and flora will be a magical experience. From the seabirds to the seals and dolphins, a trip around Tresaith is not complete without a set of binoculars. Make your way down to the beach off the track to feel the sand beneath your toes. It's worth noting that this beach was actually accredited blue flag status back in 2012! Other noteworthy sights includes the renowned waterfall, where the River Saith cascades over the cliffs into the coast.
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