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West Wales Holiday Cottages - Places to Stay in Ceredigion


Ceredigion - West Wales Holidays and Places to Stay

Welcome to our truly diverse accommodation directory, here you can view superb West Wales holiday accommodation, view last minute short breaks and book a weekend break to relax and recharge your batteries. Ceredigion and Cardigan Bay has an abundance of amazing holiday opportunities and holiday accommodation to suit all tastes. Quirky and unusual coastal cottages, modern and luxurious holiday apartments, Grand hotels, stunning spa hotels, seafront campsites and holiday parks that entice you into taking part in beach games and swimming races. Book from our choice of some of the best places to stay in Cardigan Bay. This stunning region of West Wales is celebrated for its many magnificent beaches, with a strong Welsh identity;

Holiday Cottage Rentals

Luxury holiday cottages in seaside locations, on cliff tops and in coastal resorts are the first choice of many who enjoy the freedom self-catering holidays offer, but for some, it isn't about being next to the beach, cottage holidays in secluded and tranquil spots are all about peace and relaxation and West Wales is a perfect destination for quiet reflexion. If romance is on your mind, why not book a weekend break in a romantic cottage for two? Farmhouse holidays, whether in a farm cottage or staying bed and breakfast are great holiday choices for families with young children and being surrounded by animals and having the freedom to roam the fields and woods can make a perfect break. 

In the market towns and small villages, you will find farmers markets with excellent locally grown and produced fresh food on offer, and in the coastal resorts and fishing villages you can view and buy some of the local seafood, If you enjoy touring holidays then West Wales has many fine restaurants, bars and country Inns to sample, and is a wonderful area to explore. Wherever you decide to stay, Cardigan Bay will never be far away, you will always be close to the sandy beaches, fishing trips, family activities and enthralling attractions that will fill your days with adventure and fun.

Hotels & Inns

Coastal and country hotels abound in this very Welsh county and many of them will have exclusive offers for bargain breaks, last minute bookings and cheap deals that will only be available here, so please take a little time to view before you book your accommodation for a memorable stay.

Caravan Parks & Holiday Parks

If the great outdoors beckons, stay on at a seafront campsite or beachside caravan park, some large holiday parks offer mobile holiday homes and static caravan rentals, as well as none stop entertainment for the whole family, while small sites can be more relaxing, quieter, tranquil and more secluded. For those of you who like to sleep under the stars a warm summer night and a camping pitch maybe all you need.  

Bed and Breakfasts and Guest Houses

Probably one of the oldest types of holiday are those taken in seaside guesthouses and B&B's and they are just as popular as ever.  You will find quality seafront bed and breakfasts and rural guesthouse accommodation in pretty towns and fishing villages along the coast and farmhouse b & b on working farms throughout the area, mostly run by local families with a wealth of local knowledge for you to tap into.

Cardigan Bay Coast

Cardigan Bay has some of the finest places to stay along this colourful side of the Irish Sea. This very popular region is highly regarded by those who love the sea, with so many excellent coastal facilities that exist here, for beach games with family and friends, surfing, swimming, diving sailboarding and sailing or purely the opportunity to discover one of the most stunning and diverse stretches of coastline Wales has to offer.

Popular Towns & Villages

ABERYSTWYTH: Ever since opening the Cambrian Railway in 1869, Aberystwyth has been a favourite coastal destination and seaside resort and a thriving university town since 1872, lovingly known as the Athens of the West. The resort has a long maritime history and today Aberystwyth's fishing harbour and marina hosts leisure cruisers and yachts, and fishing trawlers regularly land Cardigan Bay lobster as well as crab, scallops, and mackerel.  Fishing trips with rods and bait provided can be booked during the summer months, making this one of the best places to stay in west Wales.

ABERPORTH: The pretty coastal village of Aberporth overlooks two sheltered sandy beaches, Dyffryn, and Dolwen, Dyffryn is a Blue Flag beach with golden sand and is patrolled by lifeguards in July, August and September.  It's a favourite holiday destination, where small rock pools are exposed at low tide and has an excellent choice of holiday cottages.

NEWQUAY: A popular seaside destination renowned for its dolphin spotting boat trips, as well as its Blue Flag beaches and water-sports.

CARDIGAN: Every August, the Cardigan River and Food Festival celebrates the quality of local and independent food producers, from butchers and bakers to award winning cheese makers - over seventy food stalls from which to sample and buy, also cookery demonstrations and family entertainment.

There are far too many towns and villages in the area to mention them all here, but by choosing and booking West Wales holiday accommodation you can discover them yourselves!

The Welsh People

The towns, coastal resorts and rural areas are populated with people of considerable farming and maritime history and it is the people of West Wales that make it such a welcoming holiday destination and it is they who are sure to make your stay very memorable.