31 Mins from our holiday cottages
17 Miles from our holiday cottages
Brynseiol Chapel car park off Heol y Graig, Ceredigion
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Ceredigion Coastal footpath from Aberporth towards Tresaith
From Aberporth towards Tresaith is a half mile or so of tarmac path designed to be suitable for wheelchairs. Aberporth is a nice un-spoilt seaside town with 2 beaches, one dog friendly, cafes, pubs and a few shops.
Brynseiol Chapel car park off Heol y Graig The coastal footpath is signposted out of the back of the car park. Pay in the honesty box car.
The path may be easy but the views from it are still magnificent. The cliffs are quite high are there are scenic rocky coves below. Looking North beyond Tresaith, which is hidden from view at the start of the walk, you can see Penbryn Beach and the striking profile of Ynys Lochtyn which is used on the Ceredigion coastal footpath signposts.
Along this section of the path are some interesting beautifully situated renovated railway carriages that have been converted into holiday accommodation and some picnic tables with a view.
Gradually towards the end of the tarmac path Tresaith comes into view along with the caravan sites above it to your right. Tresaith is dominated by the caravan parks but has a nice dog friendly beach with a waterfall, The Saith River streaming down on to it, and a pub, The Ship Inn has a wide range of food and has wonderful views from its outside terrace.
At the end of the tarmac section, the path steepens and has steps down to Tresaith, turn around here and head back to Aberporth. Back at the car park you might want to drive across to the south side of town car park and find a nice spot for a beer outside the pub, overlooking the beach with a bag of chips.
The Mill holiday cottage is a luxury barn conversion.
The Byre holiday cottage is a single storey barn conversion.
Stallion Valley has been designed to be properly dog friendly, and has a wide range of dog friendly facilties.
Cwm March Farmhouse Cottages