Holiday cottages in Cardigan Bay offer a wealth of seaside fun. The coastline has golden sands, coves, caves, small ports and harbours, and is home to bottlenose dolphins, porpoises and seals. The beautiful Ceredigion coastline is a Special Area of Conservation and is brimming with quiet secluded coves and family friendly holiday resorts.
Enjoy a family fun holiday on the Ceredigion coast. Aberporth is perfect for families, with golden sands and little rock pools that will keep the kids busy for hours. Why not make it an extra special holiday by staying in a cottage with a hot tub looking over the sea.
For a traditional seaside holiday Aberystwyth has a mile long promenade, overlooking the beach and sea. Here you will find donkey rides, a Victorian pier and a bandstand with concerts in the summer. The quieter south beach is a good spot to watch the dolphins playing in the bay. When the donkeys have gone home, return to your cosy cottage and relax in warm bubbles in your private hot tub.
If exploring is more to your taste, the Wales Coastal Path follows the broad crescent of Cardigan Bay. The Ceredigion section has views toward Snowdonia and stretches for 60 miles to join the Pembrokeshire Coast Path in the south. Serious walkers can take the Ceredigion Coast path challenge. Split into seven sections (one a day), it starts at the River Teifi in Pembrokeshire and ends at Ynyslas in Ceredigion. Make sure you book a hot tub cottage in each stop, helping to ease those aches away in readiness for the next section.
Adrenaline seekers will love the Ceredigion coast, perfect for beginners and experts alike; you’ll find surfing, windsurfing and kitesurfing. Or try your hand at something different with sailing, kayaking and paddleboarding all to be found on Cardigan Bay. Kayaking is the perfect way to explore those little caves and coves along Cardigan Bay, and you may get an escort from some dolphins. If at the end of the day you fancy some more water, make sure you stay in a holiday cottage with a hot tub.