Near Aberaeron, 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 (voted ‘best place in Wales’, Wales Online 2016) in the county of Ceredigion. This is a small, rural, sparsely populated and unspoilt county in Mid West Wales.
‘The secret land of Ceredigion, is Wales at its very best- full of legend, myth and mystery…..You will leave part of your soul behind’ Matthew Oates, The Guardian, Travel, March 2018
Discover hidden valleys, waterfalls, caves and streams that are said to recite poetry in Welsh
If you love shopping malls, theme parks and high paced adventure then don’t come here, you won’t like it! We only have pretty towns and villages, castles, a stunning coastline with hidden gem beaches, empty mountains, small independent shops and a proud and vibrant Welsh culture. Welsh is widely spoken and you will hear it during your stay, we are a bit rusty but can teach you some basics.
Aberaeron town which is a 5 minute drive away, 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.
There are no motorways in the county and only one train line (to Aberystwyth) so getting here is all part of the adventure and one of the things that makes us so special. We are (roughly) 1.5 hours from Swansea, 2 hours from Cardiff, 3 hours from Bristol & Chester, 4 hours from Oxford & Manchester and 5 hours from Central London. Please see the map below for our exact location.