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Ceredigion

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Known as one of west Wales’ most popular regions, Ceredigion is the perfect escape for couples, families or large groups looking for a cottage holiday beside the sea. With a collection of award winning sandy beaches and charming welsh cottages, Ceredigion promises an enjoyable destination for luxury self-catering holidays in Wales.

Holidays in Ceredigion, West WalesBacked by the Cambrian Mountains and set beside the coast in west Wales, this rich landscape inspired Dylan Thomas to write some of his most celebrated works. With charming harbours, stunning sandy beaches and stretches of coast path to explore, Ceredigion is a beautiful place to visit and continues to inspire artists and poets alike. With Aberaeron, Cardigan, New Quay and Aberystwyth amongst Ceredigion’s collection of attractive towns, visitors will have a wealth of exploration opportunities before heading back to their traditional welsh cottage holiday home.

Activities in Ceredigion, West Wales Found within west Wales, Ceredgion is perfectly positioned for a Welsh holiday beside the sea. From soaking up the history at Aberystwyth Castle to embarking on a dolphin safari from New Quay or building sand castles on the beach at Cardigan Bay, there are a range of activities on offer to keep the ensure the entire group is entertained. Head to one of the areas charming harbours and partake in a spot of fishing or perhaps hire a kayak and paddle through the Welsh waters before enjoying salty fish and chips on the quay after a day well spent.

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