If you are looking for stunning, unspoilt landscape, rural beaches, seclusion, vibrant coastal villages and amenities, you could do a lot worse than this Aberporth holiday cottage. We say this because Aberporth, whilst a large, quaint fishing village full of amenities, eateries and a gorgeous beach, it is the gateway to the majestic, unspoilt and still somewhat undiscovered Ceredigion Coastline. Complete with numerous undeveloped rural beaches, hidden coves you can have to yourself, small coastal villages and verdant flora and fauna, just a small bit of adventure outside on Aberporth, and this Aberporth holiday cottage will open up a new world of delights.
There are only a few holiday cottages in Aberporth. Aberporth beach itself is perfect for families, surfers, kayakers, and anyone who enjoys the intimate coastal lifestyle. Dolphins and seals are seen year round, and there are a lot of sightings from Aberporth beach. Your Aberporth holiday cottage will afford many delights around the village.
But if you open the door of your holiday cottage in Aberporth, and venture just a little further north – either along this highly accessible section of the Ceredigion Coastal Path or by a short drive by car, and you arrive at the charming, small, coastal village of Tresaith. For those who want to be even more adventurous, take the coastal path to Pen Bryn – the section of the coastal path is considerably more demanding, but worth it for views over Pen Bryn, Cardigan Bay, and on clears days all the way to the Mountains of Snowdonia, and Ireland. Pen Bryn beach itself in an unspoilt stretch of sand, with no development – a true hidden and overlooked gem.
For those who are even more adventurous and wish to travel further from their Aberporth holiday cottage, just keep heading north along the coastal path, and see how many hidden, secluded coves you discover. They are not easy to find, but when you do, you will be rewarded with sandy, hidden beaches all to yourself. Don’t worry about walking back, just hail and hop on the Cardi Bach bus on it’s way back from Newquay, and enjoy all the far reaching views and beaches it visits before you jump off at Aberporth. Or travel by car along the coastal country lanes and visit the more accessible coastal villages.
But for the less adventurous, Aberporth has plenty to keep you entertained. The holiday cottage itself sleeps up to 4 people, and has commanding coastal views, just open the french doors and enjoy a glass of wine on the patio and see how far along Cardigan Bay you can see.