Selfcatering Aberystwyth & Selfcatering Newquay Wales
Holiday lets in Aberystwyth & Newquay Wales with hot tub, Self catering coastal accommodation Cardigan Bay, Ceredigion, West Wales, 3 holiday properties in Aberystwyth an one in Newquay (Wales) with a hot tub.
Book directly with us for the best rates. Our self catering holiday properties are ideally located to discover the beauty of West Wales, Come to stay in Aberystwyth & Newquay (Wales), Cardigan Bay, Ceredigion, Wales.
Walk the Wales coastal path, spot dolphins and seals, and discover secluded coves and sandy beaches. The rugged Cambrian Mountains are just on your doorstep, watch rare Red Kites soaring in the skies above. The timeless landscape of West is Wales is waiting to be explored.
Aberystwyth is the cultural capital of Wales, a vibrant, cosmopolitan University town – ‘a natural crucible of colliding worlds’. The wide promenade, fronted by tall, elegant, Victorian and Edwardian buildings protects the town from the ravages of the Irish Sea and offers space to stroll, sit and soak up the sun. There is an excellent theatre, galleries and numerous restaurants cafes, pubs and shops in Aberystwyth, it’s an ideal base for exploring the area. Here is a link to film footage of the area https://youtu.be/DWhIFMwVDRs
Aberystwyth is also home to the National Library of Wales and many of our guests come to Aberystwyth to use its research facilities.
If you have enjoyed the TV detective series ‘Hinterland - Y Gwyll’ then come and experience the stunning scenery first hand. Aberystwyth’s promenade, the beach at Borth, the waterfalls at Devil’s Bridge, are all featured in ‘Hinterland - Y Gwyll’.
Red kite feeding can be enjoyed daily at Nant yr Arian Visitor Centre . Nant yr Arian is also an excellent mountain biking centre and has superb walking trails http://www.rspb.org.uk/discoverandenjoynature/seenature/datewithnature/details.aspx?id=146965
In winter the sight of thousands of starlings coming into roost under the Pier at dusk, attracts many tourists. The formations in the skies over the promenade can be truly spectacular. This link provides photographs and more information
Every local town and coastal village in Cardigan Bay has its own unique charm and character, none more than Newquay, which lies on the coast south of Aberaeron and is renown for its colourful terraced houses which tumble down the hillside to the sea. Newquay is widely believed to be the setting of Dylan Thomas' 'Under Milk Wood'. It is a vibrant holiday resort and has become famous for its wild dolphins, which are often spotted off the pier.
The Cardigan Bay coastline is dotted with picturesque fishing villages and small coves and harbours and inland you will find many traditional villages nestling in the rolling hills and uplands. The Welsh language is still the first language of the majority of the population of rural Ceredigion.
It is without doubt one of the most unspoilt, beautiful areas in the UK and a great base to discover all that West Wales has to offer. For more information about the area please visit the ‘Discover Ceredigion’ website http://www.discoverceredigion.co.uk/english/Pages/default.aspx