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Plas Bach
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Sleeps: 6
No of Bedrooms: 3
Low Season: £POA
High Season: £POA

Plas Bach is a modern, open planned family friendly, holiday home, set in its own grounds and situated less than five minutes walk from the beaches. The cottage enjoys spectacular views of the Cardigan coast from its large decked area at the front of the house. To the rear of the property is a private, landscaped garden that includes a patio with a barbecue, a perfect location for relaxing with...

Sleeps: 6

No of Bedrooms: 3

Low Season: £POA

High Season: £POA

 

Aberporth Tourist Information
Aberporth is a picturesque coastal village found at the Southern end of Cardigan Bay, just under seven miles from the town of Cardigan.

Aberporth offers a number of places to eat and a welcoming pub, along with a couple of shops.

The real draw for this lovely village is its sheltered beaches, Dolwen and Dyffryn. Both of these sandy beaches are overlooked by the village, separated only by a small rocky outcrop, they also provide a safe location for swimming, and low tide reveals the added bonus of rock pools for the kids to explore.
Beachgoers will find RNLI lifeguards on patrol from June to September.


The crystal clear safe waters around Aberporth are popular with divers and for those who enjoy water-based activities like canoeing, sailing and surfing. Fishing is also popular along this stretch of coast.

The Wales Coast Path makes its way around Aberporth, following the coastline, it provides stunning cliff top walks, with the added opportunity of seeing Bottlenose dolphins frolicking in the water close to shore.

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