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The Ceredigion coast is still a relatively under discovered gem. With stunning coastline, dramatic cliffs top walks, and numerous hidden coves only accessible by foot, very few long term visitors let people know about their favourite holiday cottages in Ceredigion. Often ignored and overlooked by it's more famous neighbour, the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, the Ceredigion Coast Path still has sections where you can walk for hours and see no one else. Below are the more well known stops and attractions on the Ceredigion Coast Path, we'll leave you to discover the bits inbetween.

Mwnt holiday cottages

Owned the National Trust, this small golden Green Coast Award winning beach is one of the more well known coves on the Ceredigion Coastal Path. It is overlooked by the dramatic Foel Y Mwnt and high loose cliffs which are currently eroding.

Aberporth holiday cottages

Aberporth beach and village is a popular destination, and as with most of the Ceredigion Coast, dolphins and porpoises can be seen regularly. At low tide, the Blue Flag beach exposes numerous rockpools. There are plenty of Aberporth holiday cottages both close to the beach and a little further in the village. Being one of the more popular Ceredigion holiday destinations, Aberporth boasts good facilities, whilst still retaining its rural charm.

Tresaith holiday cottages

Just a few miles up the coast from Aberporth, Tresaith boasts a stunning waterfall (particularly after heavy rains), a sailing club and is a popular surfing beach in Wales. Despite Tresaith holiday cottages being very popular, this village still retains it's strong rural identity, therefore Tresaith holiday accommodation is suitable for both a quite romantic getaways in Wales, as well as being suitable for family holidays in Wales.

Llangrannog holiday cottages

Llangrannnog is a small dramatic village with cottages dotted tightly amongst it's steep sided valleys. Despite it's small size, it is extremely popular and often very busy at peak times. From the distinctive Cerreg Bica rock stack to Ceredigion's signature landmark of the Ynys Lochtyn Peninsula just, there is lots to explore. Due to it's popularity, Llangrannog holiday cottages by the beach are often in short supply, and even those a little further inland are booked early.

Cwmtydu holiday cottages

Cwmtydu is one of the lesser known villages on the southern Ceredigion coast, but one of the most dramatic. Just a short walk up and around the woodlands on the southern side of it's steep valley wall will afford some of the most dramatic views along the Ceredigion coast (if you get up high enough). Once you have ascended to the top, on a clear day you can see the whole sweep of Cardigan Bay all the way up to Snowdonia, as well as the Wicklow Mountains in Ireland. If you are feeling brave, the walk from Cwmtydu to Llangrannog along the coastal path is arguably one of the most dramatic in Wales. It affords some precipitously superb views – but be warned, this walk is not for the faint hearted!

Whilst rare, there are some Cwmtydu holiday cottages close the the beach.

New Quay holiday cottages

New Quay is one of the biggest seaside resorts in Ceredigion, and therefore New Quay holiday cottages are very popular. New Quay's expansive and sheltered beaches are a suitable for family friendly holidays and the town is very well stocked with shops, eateries and boutiques. There are frequent boat tours around the coast from here. New Quay is a good place to spot dolphins. There is normally plenty of choices for New Quay holiday accommodation.

Aberaeron holiday cottages

From New Quay, the feel of the Ceredigion Coast changes. It, generally speaking, becomes a little more expansive and open, and the distance between coastal landmark villages becomes a little greater. Aberaeron beach is a rugged, pebbled, steep storm beach, with sand showing at low tide. Aberaeron is also notable for its colourful houses.

Being a popular seaside town, there are many Aberaeron holiday cottages. But if you are looking for holiday accommodation in Aberaeron, be sure to book early.

Aberystwyth holiday cottages

The historical market town of Aberystwyth is not only the administrative centre of Ceredigion, but also a University town and a popular tourist destination. As such, this town in the middle of nowhere has a rather bohemian feel. There is plenty of holiday accommodation in Aberystwyth. There is also a good choice of Aberystwyth holiday cottages by the sea and further in.

Aberystwyth's Victorian seafront has stood the test of time and still brings in thousands of tourists every year.

Borth holiday cottages

Borth is a low laying coastal village close to the northern tip of Ceredigion. Borth beach is sandy and expansive, and at very low tide, the remnants of an ancient submerged forest can be seen. Being a somewhat narrow village, Borth holiday cottages are generally near the beach. Borth holiday accommodation can be found covering a whole range of needs.

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Ty Henri Aberporth

Ty Henri near Aberporth is one of those rare combinations of a luxurious, modern, sleek, spacious and airy holiday accommodation, but in a charming, coastal rural village. The elevated position of Ty Henri affords fabulous sea views over Aberporth and Tresaith. The raised veranda is perfect for watching evening sunsets … ...READ THE REST

Aberporth holiday cottage - views over Cardigan Bay

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 … ...READ THE REST