Aberporth is amongst the most charming of Ceredigion’s smaller coastal settlements and offers a broad variety of local services. It is located on the Ceredigion coast path with neighbouring Tresaith being only a stroll away on the dramatic cliff top route, but the initial phase of the coast path leading north from Aberporth has been specifically designated to offer accessibility. Historic Cardigan is just a 15 minute drive from Aberporth where you will find The Cardigan Bay Marine Heritage Coast and the Ceredigion coast path with its fabulous beaches, seaside villages, hidden coves and a wonderful unspoilt coastline, a haven for Bottlenose dolphins, porpoise, seals and a wide variety of seabirds. Beyond Cardigan, to the south, are the high hills of the Preseli Mountains and the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park whilst inland lies the Teifi Valley offering marvellous angling and Cenarth’s famous falls. In fact there is something for everyone; an 18 hole golf course at Gwbert, sailing, surfing, angling, sea fishing, coastal voyages, marvellous bird watching and pony trekking.