Aberporth is a scenic coastal village which sits on the edge of Cardigan Bay. With its golden ‘Blue Flag’ beaches, historic fishing harbour and charming coloured Georgian houses, Aberporth is a delight to explore.
To the south of Aberporth sit the picturesque hills of the Preseli Mountains and the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, whilst inland lies the Teifi Valley - offering marvellous angling and Cenarth's famous falls. In addition, historic Cardigan is just a 30 minute drive from the area.
Aberporth has all you could wish for in a peaceful seaside village, beautiful beaches, cosy pubs and café’s and fabulous footpaths. The Ship Inn and Starfish café are just two of the great places to eat whilst relaxing at Aberporth. At low tide, look out for the abundance of rock pools as they reveal themselves, offering hours of fun for children.
Aberporth offers a perfect base for walkers and photographers, wanting to explore stunning wildlife and wild flowers along with taking in the most breath-taking sea views. Look out for dolphins and seals whilst you gaze out along the coast.
The Gogerddan Arms is a great pub nearby to Aberporth, perfect for a visit with the whole family! Set in seven acres of natural woodland and grasslands, the Gogerddan Arms has a children's outdoor play area, a sports bar, and a lounge perfect for private functions. They serve local produce wherever possible, offering steaks, fish, burgers as well as home-made pizzas and Sunday Lunch. They even offer some dishes to take-away!