Tresaith is a sandy bay, located between Aberporth and Llangrannog. This small area is part of the Ceredigion Heritage Coastline which – although not as well-known as the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park – offers lovely walks, activities and splendid views of its own merit.
Tresaith is a sandy bay located between Aberporth and Llangrannog. This small village is part of the Ceredigion Heritage Coast, which – although not as well-known as the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park – offers lovely walks, plenty of activities and splendid views.
The popular local beach – just a stone’s throw away from our holiday cottages in Tresaith - is blissfully golden and perfect for families, walkers and sunbathers alike, and there is also an abundance of wildlife and flowers in the surrounding area. Many interesting species of bird can be seen, whilst sightings of grey seals and playful dolphins are common at certain times of the year.
There is a good traditional pub within walking distance of our Tresaith holiday cottages (the Ship Inn), as well as a shop and a lovely little café that opens during the summer season. It may still seem remote, but the village today is much more extensive than it used to be, having benefited greatly from the late 19th-century boom in leisure travel – so much so, in fact, that Tresaith even came to be known as the ‘Second Brighton’!
Despite being much-loved by both locals and visitors, Tresaith remains wonderfully unspoilt and will prove to be the ideal destination for anyone who is desperate to escape their hectic daily routine and really get back to nature.
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