The sandy, sheltered beaches at Aberporth bustle with activity during the summer season, making the seaside village one of Ceredigion’s favourite holiday destinations. Rock pools are exposed at low tide and waiting to be explored by little hands! With its sandy beaches and great local amenities, there’s much to keep you in Aberporth, but wander just 1 mile along the Ceredigion Coastal Path to discover Tresaith, another award winning sandy beach, a tiny village that hugs the hillside with a natural waterfall that leaps from the cliff to the rocks below. Another pub called the Ship Inn offers great food. As well as incredible views from its terrace, it offers a fantastic spot for watching sensational sunsets over Cardigan Bay. Walks along Ceredigion’s Heritage Coast are a must and truly breathtaking. The Cardi Bach bus service is an all year round service connecting towns and villages between Cardigan and New Quay - explore the spectacular scenery of Cardigan Bay, ideal for walkers to take a one way journey and return along the Coast Path. There are also lots of drop off/pick up points along the way. The historic market town of Cardigan is just a 15 minute drive away. Its unspoilt townscape and rich heritage is home to a whole host of attractions and amenities to suit all ages and weathers. This corner of Wales has something to offer everyone: an 18 hole golf course, sailing, surfing, angling, sea fishing, coastal voyages, bird watching and pony trekking. Luxury and comfort abound at Awel y Mor - with so much to see and do right from its doorstep, you will definitely want to return again and again!