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Tel code: 01239 | code search
Postcode: SA43 | code search
Population: 1700
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Rhyd Country House Hotel
"Good Points: food was excellent though very rich. Bad Points: room was small with only one chair and one bedside light. the shower did not work well if used at ..." More

Rhyd Country House Hotel
"Good Points: food was excellent though very rich. Bad Points: room was small with only one chair and one bedside light. the shower did not work well if used at ..." More

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"Aberporth is a pleasing coastal village on Cardigan Bay in Wales, blessed with golden sandy beaches that entice swimmers and surfers to linger, and Cliff Top Paths where soul pleasing ..." More

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Aberporth is located 6 miles North-east of Cardigan on the B4333. Originally a fishing and farming community, this was a centre of the herring industry as the sheltered waters of Cardigan Bay provided ideal spawning grounds. Today, Aberporth is a relatively undiscovered paradise for water sports enthusiasts - safe bathing, sailing, canoeing and surfing can all be enjoyed here. Adventure boat trips are available in Summer but if staying ashore, children will like the beach or dabbling in the exposed rock pools. You might choose to brave the cliff walks and while away the time looking out for seals and bottlenose dolphins there have even been rare sightings of turtles. Good accommodations ranging from hotels to campsites are all available locally. If self-catering, you might choose Penffynon - a cluster of properties where you can even stay in a former sea-captains house - a perfect place to fantasise about your own choice of yacht. The historic town of Cardigan is only a half-hour drive from Aberporth and beyond Cardigan, to the south, are the Preseli mountains and the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, both beloved by walkers. Inland, lies the Teifi Valley - offering marvellous angling - and Cenarth's beautiful waterfalls.

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Resort Beach

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Caerfelin Caravan Park
Dolgelynen Caravan Park

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Dol Llan
Penrallt Cottages

Holiday Park

Penrallt Cottages

Market

Aberporth Country Market

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Ship Hotel

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Morlan Hotel

School

Aberporth Primary School

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Quackers Bistro (0.11 miles)

Quackers Bistro

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A warm welcome awaits you at Quackers Bistro which is situated within the popular Morlan Hotel in Aberporth. Open 7 days a week for lunches, takeaways, evening meals and Sunday ... More
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Highcliffe Hotel & Dolphin Bay Apartments (0.17 miles)

Highcliffe Hotel & Dolphin Bay Apartments

Situated overlooking beautiful Cardigan bay,with it's famous dolphins,and 2 blue-flag beaches.We are within easy walking distance from the beach, public house and shops. At the Highcliffe we can cater for all tastes whether you are ... More | visit website

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Ffynonwen Guest House and Restaurant (0.81 miles)

Ffynonwen Guest House and Restaurant
Ffynonwen is a family run guest house and restaurant set in 18 acres of lovely countryside, one mile from the sea. The 300-year-old farmhouse has been updated to provide comfortable holiday and bed and breakfast ... More | visit website
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Penrallt Hotel (0.99 miles)

Penrallt Hotel

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The Penrallt Hotel near Cardigan is an impressive Edwardian Mansion House set amidst 42 acres of grounds in a peaceful location overlooking the stunning Blue Flag beaches of Aberporth Bay Easily accessed ... More

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Rhyd Country House Hotel (1.54 miles)

Rhyd Country House Hotel

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Rhyd Country House Hotel & Restaurant gives you a personal, satisfying & relaxing experience, whether you stay in one of our beautiful rooms or dine in our Ala-Carte Restaurant, well known ... More

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Penbontbren Luxury Bed and Breakfast (3.17 miles)

Penbontbren Luxury Bed and Breakfast
Penbontbren Luxury Bed and Breakfast in West Wales is nestled in 32 acres of grounds, surrounded by Welsh countryside with views towards the Preseli mountains and only 2 miles from wonderful national trust beaches.
With 5 ... More | visit website
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Ffynnon Fendigaid Country B&B (4.45 miles)

Ffynnon Fendigaid Country B&B
Ffynnon Fendigaid is an old Welsh stone farmhouse dating back to 1775. Located in rolling countryside and only two miles from blue flag sandy beaches and the coastal path which runs the length of Ceredigion. ... More | visit website
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Ty-Parc Guest house (5.56 miles)

Ty-Parc Guest house
Ty-Parc is a relaxed family run Guest House that offers full Bed and Breakfast facilities in Cardigan on the West Wales Coast. Ty-Parc B & B is an ideal location for any traveler to enjoy ... More | visit website
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Castell Malgwyn Hotel (5.60 miles)

Castell Malgwyn Hotel

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Castell Malgwyn Country House Hotel is one of Wales' best kept secrets. Relaxed atmosphere. Enjoy an outstanding meal in our lovely restaurant accompanied by a fine wine. Try flyfishing.

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Llety Teifi Guesthouse (5.86 miles)

Llety Teifi Guesthouse

Llety Teifi is a relaxed family run Boutique style Guest House accommodation in Cardigan just off the main High Street, near the town but away from the hustle of town life.A newly converted Grade II, ... More | visit website

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