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Highlights in Cardigan Bay
- Sandy beaches
- Aquatic activities
- Nature parks
- Historic castles
- Craft Breweries
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Holiday rentals and lettings in Cardigan Bay
Cardigan Bay, also known as Ceredigion Bae, is located on the western side of Wales where playful dolphins and porpoises frequent the coastline. There are fabulous beaches, breathtaking mountain trails, delicious food, and inspiring nature trails to enjoy. You’ll find the majority of the rentals near the coast, if not a stone’s throw away. And in locations from Newport, to the coastal village of Aberdyfi and beyond. There is so much to explore with family and friends, you’ll need to come by frequently to see it all.Enchanting rentals in Western Wales for a weekend getaway!
Pack your bags for the scenic inlet of Cardigan Bay. These rentals have exclusive gardens, outstanding ocean views with a proximity to the sea, and an outdoor seating area. Enjoy classic, stone-walled rentals or go modern with large windows and a chic design. Many lettings feature a fireplace and lovely interior décor with all the homey touches. A great find for couples, solo travellers and groups. You’ll have the time of your life in your quiet, independent, luxury holiday pad.
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The area and getting around
Wales is known for its rugged natural landscapes and sandy beaches. Patch Beach, near Gwbert, has dramatic currents perfect for extreme sports fans. Wildlife enthusiasts can observe basking sharks, orcas, and minke whales. Penbryn Beach is famous for stargazing. It was also a backdrop for a James Bond movie, and historically used by smugglers. The sunken petrified forest, at the gorgeous Borth Beach, is a hidden wonder that can be seen at low tide. And Ynyslas Beach boasts 3 miles of golden sand. Perfect for kite surfing and sandcastle building.An area full of farms and wildlife parks
Have you ever wondered how honey is made? Take a weekend course with Sam Cooper at his Afon Mêl Honey Farm and Meadery in Quay. He’ll introduce the entire bee-keeping process and get you involved with a hands-on workshop experience. Try the favoured brew of the Vikings at his onsite Meadery. Cardigan Island Coastal Farm Park has been family operated since 1884 and features a dynamic working farm with spectacular views of Cardigan Island. The coastal cliffs allow observation of grey seals, peregrine falcons, whales, and bottle-nosed dolphins are among the wildlife that frequent the area.
Travellers and activities
Scale Mount Pumlumon and enjoy uninterrupted panoramic views of the Cambrian range from the highest point in Ceredigion. Keep watch for rare red kites, warblers, red deer and more from this lofty height. Devil's Bridge Falls Nature Trail is a must for avid hikers and nature lovers alike. The trail takes you through the ancient Sessile oak forest to the gorge displaying the five-tiered waterfall and three stacked bridges. Keep your camera handy for these unparalleled photo-ops. At the bottom of the trail, over the humped bridge, lies the Robbers Cave. After hiking the trails, get refreshed at Hafod Bar & Brasserie for delicious vittles and brews.Cardigan Bay for Outdoor activities enthusiasts
Aberystwyth Arts Centre is known for its artistic productions including dance, film, community arts and much more. Discover the three unique show caves in the Cardigan Bay area. Dan-yr-Ogof features fabulous rock and crystal formations like heavenly “angel”, alabaster pillar, and “Rasher of Bacon” which were discovered over a hundred years ago. Cathedral Cave is famed for its huge caverns and a forty-foot waterfall in the Dome of St. Paul. Bone Cave seems to be a burial site of the cave-dwellers because it houses hundreds of human skeletons. There are also hundreds of life-size model dinosaurs above ground to enjoy with the family.
William Wordsworth, upon encountering the impressive Devil’s Bridge Falls, wrote the “Torrent at the Devil’s Bridge in North Wales”.
Top 5 travel tips in Cardigan Bay
There are so many castles to see. Cardigan Castle houses 900 years of historical artefacts, and rare blooming plants in its gardens. The Georgian Mansion is the birthplace of the Eisteddfod, one of the greatest cultural events in Wales. The Cilgerran Castle of 1223, offers an adrenaline-pumping wall-walk for adventurers to have a close encounter with its towers.2. Hang out in Cardigan city along the Teifi River
There is so much to see and do along the Teifi River. Cardigan Guildhall Market is a great place to start. This Ruskinian Gothic-style civic building, built in 1858, incorporates the pride of the region. It was the first of its kind and still amazes today. Art galleries, shops, and much more fill the basement arches for you to explore.3. Book a private brewery tour
Mantle Brewery specialises in producing small batch Welsh Real Ales in the lovely city of Cardigan. Stop by the family operated microbrewery in Pentwood Industrial Estate for a private tour and tasting experience. Then stock up on your favourites to enjoy later.4. Get a taste of the local hotspots
After strolling around the Market in Cardigan city, have dinner at The Copper Pot for local fare like steak, fish, cheesecake, and delicious beers. Crwst Café specialises in organic artisanal bread, pastries, and brunch. Pizzatipi is housed in a tipi, offering wood fired pizzas, full bar, and awesome music for an evening on the town.5. Discover bottle-nose dolphins
Stop by the Cardigan Bay Marine Wildlife Centre to enjoy the wild marine life in the bay. Volunteers will help you spot dolphins, seals, and other exciting seafaring mammals. Boat rides are available for close encounters as well as many educational events.
FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Cardigan Bay
On average, what was the cost of holiday rentals in Cardigan Bay in 2020, during the period hit by the pandemic?
Our data shows that Cardigan Bay has an average price of £123.23 per night, which is a relatively high one under the destinations in the United Kingdom.
When can you get the best deals on holiday rentals in Cardigan Bay?
If you would like to save the maximum amount during your visit to Cardigan Bay, book to go there in January (£106.93 per night on average), March (£107.48), or February (£111.54) to find the lowest prices for the whole year.
When are holiday rentals more expensive in Cardigan Bay?
When you look at renting a holiday letting in Cardigan Bay, the highest prices are found in the month of August (with an average of £145.01 per night), followed by December (£136.93), and November (£134.87).
Is Cardigan Bay a good location for a spontaneous getaway?
If you decide to discover Cardigan Bay, we suggest organising your travels long before you go because it tends to be very high in demand, with an annual average occupation of 71% in the year 2020.
When are more holiday lettings available?
The months when it's easiest to find available accommodation in Cardigan Bay are January (the average amount of properties that are available reached 48.5% of the total in 2020), March (45.25%), and December (45%).
When are fewer lettings available?
The months with the lowest properties available in Cardigan Bay are, in order, August, September and July, with respective average availability figures of 2.2%, 2.75%, and 8%, based on data collected in 2020.
Are there many holiday lettings in Cardigan Bay?
Holidu has paired up with 14 different partners to give you a choice between 500 properties we have in Cardigan Bay.