Cardiganshire or Ceredigion, is a county best known for its beautiful rugged coastline, hidden coves and lovely sandy beaches.
Commanding spectacular views across Cardigan Bay to Cader Idris and the Cambrian Mountains beyond …
- Spectacular views
- Indoor pool
- Great for families
From £164 per Week
A stunning hilltop setting above the breathtaking sandy beach of Tresaith this park offers you a …
- Luxury lodges
- Stunning views
- Ideal for exploring
From £187 per Week
At Penrhos you are approximately one and a half miles from the nearest beach in the scenic Wyre …
- Hot tubs
- Indoor pool
- Golf courses
From £175 per Week
Commanding views over magnificent Cardigan Bay from its dramatic cliff-top setting just a mile from …
- Beach access
- Indoor pool
- Great entertainment
From £184 per Week
Wander inland and you will find the Cambrian Mountains, lush green valleys, charming little villages and quiet country roads away from the hustle and bustle of the coast. Fabulous accommodation, fine food a friendly welcome, clean fresh air and stunning sunsets – that’s Cardiganshire.
Being one of the most popular holiday areas in Wales and one of the last bastions of the Welsh language and culture, the county offers award-winning beaches and a network of spectacular walking, cycling and mountain biking routes together with excellent opportunities for angling in Cardigan Bay, on rivers, in lakes and fisheries.
Take a boat trip from New Quay to see the Dolphins, seals and other fascinating marine life along the Cardigan Bay Heritage Coast. Enjoy the breathtaking delights of a cruise along the Cardigan Bay Marine Heritage Coast, home to an abundance of fascinating marine life including one of only two resident populations of Bottlenose Dolphins in the U.K.
Travel from Rheidol Valley to Devils Bridge journey by narrow gauge steam train, a spectacular journey and a wonderful way to enjoy the scenery with the nostalgic sounds of steam train travel. Built in 1902 to serve the lead mines, timber and passenger traffic of the Rheidol valley, and completely renovated over the last ten years with full restoration of the engines, carriages and track.
The Llain Activity Centre is one of the area’s many action packed attractions. Climbing, archery, kayaking and assault course all in one exciting day or for the bigger challenge, you can combine climbing, high ropes course and the zip line.
Adventure Beyond offers canoeing, kayaking, gorge walking, coasteering, hill walking, white water rafting and snorkelling. Ffynonwen country Pursuits offers field sports, crafts, clay pigeon shooting, coarse and sea fishing.
Rheidol riding Centre is an approved riding centre offering lessons and leisure riding and Cenarth Adventure Centre offers paintballing, laser combat and other activities.
Cardiganshire is too good not to share – so come on down!! The excellent choice of holiday parks with quality caravan and lodge accommodation has been a huge contributing factor to the rise in the number of families who enjoy the freedom of self catering holidays – there’s one to suit you!