Cardigan Bay, Wales.
Find us 3 miles from the coast and the pretty Georgian Harbour town of Aberaeron, known for its brightly coloured buildings and honey ice cream and recently voted ‘best place in Wales’ (2016)
The county of Ceredigion is a small, rural, sparsely populated and unspoilt county in Mid West Wales. If you are after shopping malls and theme parks we suggest you go to North or South Wales. We only have pretty towns and villages, castles, beaches, mountains and a proud and vibrant Welsh culture.
The Welsh language is widely spoken and you will hear it during your stay. There are no motorways and only one train line (to Aberystwyth). Because One Cat Farm is close to the coast, we enjoy a milder, drier climate than more inland areas.
We are spoilt for choice when it comes to beautiful, undiscovered beaches, the closest of which is a 5 minute drive from us. Even in the height of summer, you can usually find your own private sandy beach- ask us and we will point you in the right direction.
Cardigan bay is one of only two places in the UK with a semi permanent bottlenose dolphin population. You can take a boat tour to see them, or just hang out on a beach or explore the coast path and wait for them to swim by.
The undiscovered wilderness of the Cambrian Mountains are a half hour drive away- empty hills and mountains and if you head to the right place not a soul to be seen all day.
Aberaeron town provides for most everyday needs with a tourist information centre, library, banks, independent butcher, baker, delicatessen, a small supermarket, post office and a range of boutique shops and good eateries.