ABERAERON The colourful Georgian harbour town of Aberaeron is close by. It’s a bustling town all the year round with a long list of events and attractions. One of my favourites is the Tug of War where the two teams are separated by the harbour entrance – and someone will get wet!! Look at our calendar of events for dates of the Rugby 7’s, Fish, Cob and Mackerel festival.. There is certainly something to suit everyone.
NEW QUAY A short drive to the sandy beach of New Quay where you can take a boat trip to see the Dolphins and porpoises or to go sea fishing. The Sailing, Kayaks and Snorkeling Centre is also here.
LOCAL BEACHES The sandy coves of Llangrannog, Aberporth, Mwnt, Cei Bach, Cwmtydu, Seal Bay, Tresaith and Penbryn, Poppit sands are all to be found between here and Cardigan.
COASTAL PATH NETWORK Merwerydd is an ideal starting point as we are only minutes away. Enjoy stunning views and glimpses of marine life. waterfalls and idyllic picnic points. The opening of the Coastal Path Network of Wales gives walkers the opportunity to access one of Europe’s most stunning coastlines. Much of the path hugs the shoreline and walkers can enjoy the sandy beaches, alongside the contrasting wild cliff tops and rambling country lanes – What a delight you have in store.
TOURING BASE We are mid-way between North and South Wales making the many mountain reaches, moorlands, rivers, beaches, waterfalls, Dylan Thomas’s Laugharne, day trips from Fishguard to Ireland, and historic castles all within easy reach.
The area is just lovely!