House in Aberporth, Ceredigion, Wales, UK - Peaceful Location, Private Gardens, 10 Minutes Walk to the Beach, FREE WIFI
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About Joy Davies
I am a retired university lecturer and have taught French and Spanish all my life. I now work as a free lance translator - mainly English into Welsh. I love travelling and feel it is important to provide guests with the same experience as I expect to receive when I'm staying elsewhere.
Joy Davies purchased this House in 2011
Why Joy Davies chose Aberporth
The house was built in 2011 and is maintained to a high standard. We love Ceredigion and West Wales and when this plot became available we went for it. It feels like going back in time to a more leisurely rural environment. At the same time, there are plenty of shops and things to do in the area.
What makes this House unique
For us it's our second home so it has everything we expect when staying there. It's within easy reach of the beach, coastal path, restaurants and shops but is is also a peaceful haven where we can relax and unwind. And the views are out of this world. You can see Snowdon and the Llyn Peninsula from the kitchen and lounge on a clear day.
Check-in: 4:30 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
Canceled bookings will not receive a refund
Holiday in Aberporth
Very clean house and well equipped with every thing needed for holiday, rain or shine.
Tired a mor, Aberporth
One review I read before booking was, 'the photos do not do proper justice to the property ',I thoroughly agree.
Internally it was so spacious, so clean, everything that you needed. Outside was a little sun trap, quiet and relaxing.
Views overlooking the bay were breathtaking. My husband and I did a lot of walking, the coastal path so easy to follow. Two friends joined us for a couple of nights and we drove a bit further a field, more of the same, places with amazing views, friendly locals.
We ate at The Ship Inn at Aberporth, amazing food, would give it 5stars.
Do not hesitate booking, if you want relaxing, stress free, this is the place for you.
Many thanks for sharing your experience. I'm very pleased that you loved the house and that you were able to relax and visit interesting places in the area. The recommendation for The Ship in Aberporth will be helpful to other guests, I'm sure. I hope to welcome you back soon.
Fantastic Modern House in Quite Seaside Village
My wife and I and our four children had a lovely holiday in Aberporth. The self catering accomodation was truly outstanding; hats off to the owners for providing everything we needed to make our stay comfortable and relaxing.
I'm pleased that you enjoyed your stay in Aberporth and that you loved the house. I try to make sure that everything is provided so that guests can relax and make the most of their holiday.
Lovely house in great location.
The house is lovely with everything you need and the view amazing. Walking distance to sea with great villages and beaches all in easy reach.
Very pleased you enjoyed your stay at the house and that you found it was a good base to explore the area. Thank you.
Excellent Holiday in Aberporth
Tir a Mor is a great place for a holiday on the Welsh coast. Accommodation was immaculate on arrival, it has great views from the kitchen and upstairs lounge and features everything a family on holiday could need. Quick 10 minute walk to the beach (uphill on the way back) but was fine for us. As others have said, we'd highly recommend food at the 'The Ship Inn' down the road in Aberporth. We also enjoyed trips to Cardigan and New Quay... The Bluebell Deli & Bistro at New Quay was also one of our favourites for food out. Aberporth itself is very nice, with an excellent beach, that splits into two at high tide. Joy is also very helpful, friendly and easy to get hold of. Big thumbs up for Tir a Mor!
Lovely quiet location within easy walking distance of the beach and coast path. Spacious, spotless and everything catered for. Everything went very smoothly from booking to leaving the property.
Thank you for this review. Delighted that the experience in Tir a Môr was an enjoyable one. I try to provide a good service so that every aspect of the holiday will be satisfactory for my guests.
Aberporth is a delightful coastal village situated 5 miles to the north of Cardigan. There has been little in the way of major change or development in the village over the years and it is very much a family resort in summer and a popular base for touring and walking all year. The village is centered around two small sandy beaches separated by a rocky promontory. Aberporth is one of the 5 beaches in Ceredigion to receive the Blue Flag Award 2016. The village has two pubs that do food, cafés, a Chinese takeaway, a post office, launderette, small supermarket and pharmacy.
Aberporth Beach 5 minutes walk. 2 small sandy beaches very popular with families. Several other beautiful small beaches in the vicinity - Tresaith, Mwnt, Penybryn, Cwm Tudu, Llangrannog. The larger resort of New Quay is a few mils away. Also Poppit Sands, a vast beach just south of Cardigan. The house is within easy driving distance of the market town of Cardigan, the Preseli Mountains, the Pembrokeshire National Park and the beautiful Teifi Valley with its renowned Cenarth Falls.
Cardiff Airport - 2 hours drive. Ferries from Ireland - Rosslare to Fishguard 30 minutes drive.
Cardigan 7 miles. Cenarth Falls 30 mins drive. Aberaeron 30 minutes drive.
Aberystwyth 45 minutes drive. Carmarthen 45 minutes.
Ceredigion is a coastal county extending from just south of Cardigan to Aberystwyth and beyond to the north, and inland as far as the dramatic Cambrian Mountains. It is Wales’s best kept secret – it’s attractions may not be as well-known as those in some other counties, but it is nonetheless a region with a wonderful countryside and coastline. The Teifi Valley flows through the county rising near the historic abbey of Strata Florida. It flows through Tregaron then curves westwards through Lampeter, Newcastle Emlyn and out to sea at Cardigan. This beautiful valley wends its way through a variety of land formations from the peat bogs near Tregaron, to the waterfalls at Llandysul, Henllan and Cenarth and a gorge at Cilgerran, before flowing out to sea at the vast Poppit Sands beach west of St. Dogmaels. All of these places are accessible by road and can be easily visited and enjoyed. Aberporth is an ideal base for visiting the county and all its attractions.
Local events taking place in the area include:
Barley Saturday, Cardigan – horse and vintage machine parade: end April
Cardigan Bay Seafood Festival, Aberaeron : July
Cardigan River Food Festival : August
Cardigan County Agricultural Show : July
Cardigan Bay Regatta, New Quay : August
New Quay Music Festival : August
There are plenty of places to visit, from the market towns of Cardigan, Lampeter and Newcastle Emlyn to the lively resort of New Quay and the stylish Georgian town of Aberaeron.
Attractions to suit all ages & interests include:
Cardigan Island Coastal Farm Park
Folly Farm Adventure Theme Park & Zoo, Narberth
New Quay Honey Farm
Dylan Thomas Guided Tours – New Quay & Aberaeron
Ski & Boarding Centre, Llangrannog
Cardigan Bay Marine & Wildlife Centre, New Quay
Y Felin Working Watermill, St Dogmaels