Ceredigion Beaches and Coast

The County of Ceredigion has to be the most popular holiday area in Wales. Welsh is still spoken and the countryside and coastline are equally stunning.

With its award-winning beaches, wild country and coast walking, cycling and mountain biking routes this county is just spot on for family holidays to remember.

There's a wide choice of accommodation from bed and breakfasts to top quality hotels, caravan parks to lavish self catering cottages and even discerning boutique guest houses!

People visit Ceredigion for its natural beauty and to take a deep breath of all that fresh air. Cardigan Bay with all its sandy bays and caves is a must for anglers and those that just love the ocean and sea shores. The coastal path here follows the curve of the bay on the west coast of Wales for 96 kilometres taking you through beaches and beautiful villages to see dolphins, wildlife, historic attractions - like the iron age forts - and enjoying the sea food and fresh fish in the pubs and restaurants.

All Places in Ceredigion

  • Castle Hotel

    Centrally located within the beautiful Georgian harbour town of Aberaeron, this hotel offers traditionally decorated rooms and a fine selection of drinks from its bar. Wi-Fi is free in public areas.

  • Harry’s Hotel & Restaurant

    Located in the heart of Aberystwyth near the waterfront, Harry’s Hotel & Restaurant features an on-site bar and restaurant, and offers rooms with contemporary design and free WiFi access. Guests benefit from on-site private parking free of charge.

  • Belgrave House

    Overlooking the seafront from the promenade, this 4-star guest house has easy access to the shops and is a short walk from the railway station. A flat-screen LCD TV, free Wi-Fi and sea views are featured in all rooms at Belgrave House.

  • Queensbridge Hotel

    Situated at the quieter northern end of Aberystwyth’s Victorian Promenade, the Queensbridge Hotel has panoramic views of Cardigan Bay. The town centre is just a 5-minute walk from this family-run hotel.

  • Belle Vue Royal Hotel

    Boasting stunning views over Cardigan Bay, this Georgian period hotel dates back to 1824 and is situated on Aberyswyth’s Victorian promenade, just a short walk from the town centre, train station and coastal path.

  • Llwynygog Guest House

    Llwynygog is a small, family-run, 3-star guest house in a lovely part of central Aberystwyth, just 2 minutes’ walk from the beach and the many amenities of the town centre. The railway and coach stations are just a 5-minute walk away.

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