Below is our selection of holiday cottages in Ceredigion.
Stretching from Aberdovey to Cardigan and boasting some sixty miles of coastline, the county of Ceredigion (formerly Cardiganshire) is an ideal holiday destination. Choose from the many award winning beaches, enjoy walks along the Ceredigion coast path and keep your eyes peeled for the famous dolphins of Cardigan Bay. Inland you will find the Cambrian mountains, red kites and bustling market towns.
Our selection of cottages spans all areas of Ceredigion, please use the tabs above to narrow down your search if necessary.
If you require any help or advice about our holiday cottages in Ceredigion, please do not hestitate to pick up the telephone and call us on 01239 821 910, our local staff are more than happy to help.
This attractive cottage, the main part of which is nearly 300 years old, is tucked away along a short private lane.
The secluded grounds of about 3/4 of an acre are enclosed by trees, surrounded by pasture meadows and provide a safe environment for families seeking a quiet holiday retreat.
The nearby Preseli Hills in Pembrokeshire provide a backdrop to the views from the upstairs bedroom windows.
Mwnt, a beautiful sandy National Trust beach, is just over a mile away, with access to superb coastal walks and many other coves and bays.
The local wildlife, including the dolphins at Cardigan Bay and a great variety of birds, butterflies and wild flowers, are a delight. In contrast, the busy market town of Cardigan is no more than 3 miles away and it is not much further along the Teifi Estuary to the interesting village of St Dogmaels.
There are numerous local attractions,including the recently restored Cardigan Castle, now open to the public, yet this stretch of coast remains relatively uncommercialised.
A lovely sea view can be enjoyed from the lawn of this delightful holiday cottage and you may even spot the dolphins which are frequent visitors to this spectacular stretch of the Cardigan Bay coastline.
Close to the Ceredigion Coastal Path, the beautiful award winning beach and dramatic National Trust headland are within easy walking distance.
The surrounding lanes and countryside are enriched with a wealth of wildlife and flowers and lead to a host of activities available within easy driving distance.
About half a mile from one of the prettiest beaches in Wales, this semi-detached coastal holiday cottage in a quiet, tranquil setting is surrounded by 20 acres of farm meadow.
Close to the Cardigan Bay Coastal Path at Mwnt in Ceredigion, this property is ideal for exploring the south Ceredigion and north Pembrokeshire coastline as well as the many inland gems such as the Cambrian Hills and Teifi Valley.
This dramatic coastline is partly owned by the National Trust and dolphins, seals, buzzards and choughs are regular sights. Local activities include golf and fishing, with the Welsh Wildlife Centre and the market town of Cardigan a short drive away.
Situated literally within a stones throw of the delightful beach at Tresaith in Ceredigion, this detached single storey "colonial-style" holiday bungalow, built in the 1950's provides an idyllic holiday location.
The beach has golden sands, its own waterfall and is flanked by dramatic cliffs. A coastal walk leads you to more sandy beaches at Aberporth, Llangrannog and Penbryn.
The village provides an Inn (The Ship) which serves food, a village shop and beach stores.
Situated half a mile outside Cardigan Town nearby Cardigan Bay, this very pretty little cottage nestles in an acre of grounds in a dip on the road to Llechryd and the Teifi Valley.
An attractive garden surrounds the cottage and there are numerous places of interest to visit close-by including the Cardigan Wildlife Centre, Mwnt beach, Poppit Sands plus Aberporth and New Quay where there are resident dolphins. Cardigan Town has a range of pubs, eateries, shops, galleries and an excellent theatre/cinema.
The cottage is perfect for a couple or a small family.
There are two beaches and access to the coastal path within approximately 15 minutes walk (3/4 of a mile) of this holiday cottage which is set back from the road between Aberaeron and the University town of Aberystwyth (15minutes by car) on the Cardigan Bay coastline.
Llanrhystud is a picturesque village with a post office/shop and a small supermarket, a church, pub (The Black Lion) which serves excellent food and an open air market held once a week on a Tuesday. The Golf course is approximately 1 mile and has a restaurant/bar open to the public all year. There is also a restaurant/clubhouse open to the public during the summer months in the caravan site less than 15 mins walk from the cottage.
This cottage is ideal for exploring Ceredigion and the many interesting towns including Aberaeron, Aberystwyth, Lampeter, Tregaron and Devil's Bridge are all within a half hour drive or less and provide a whole host of things to see and do.
Situated off the Cardigan road just over a mile from the Town of Cardigan, this spacious, well kept bungalow makes an excellent holiday home from home in Ceredigion.
Cardigan has a good range of shops, pubs, eateries, leisure centre and a thriving theatre/cinema. Poppit Sands are a 15 minute drive away and Mwnt beach with its delightful whitewashed church is 20 minutes drive.
The Welsh Wildlife Park is across the river at Cilgerran and there are some lovely woodland walks just up the lane.Cenarth is close-by and offers superb fishing on the Teifi, you may also be lucky enough to see a coracle fisherman.
This delightful studio cottage is part of probably the most picturesque property in Aberporth, Ceredigion. Enjoying a location directly above the sandy beach and with lovely sea views, this makes an ideal retreat for a couple.
The Ceredigion Coastal Path and the Cardigan Bay coastline provide spectacular scenery and walks, while Aberporth itself has pubs, shops and eateries. A little further along the coast are more fishing villages and beaches such as Mwnt, Tresaith, Llangrannog, Cwmtydu, New Quay and Aberaeron.
Cardigan Market town is close by and has a theatre/cinema and a good selection of shops, galleries and pubs.
Recently refurbished and redecorated, this very comfortable holiday home at Cardigan Bay makes an ideal base to explore this beautiful part of the world.
Llangrannog has a lovely sandy beach, rocky headlands and dramatic coastline walks, two good pubs, two great cafes and a well equipped shop. The nearby Urdd centre has a dry ski slope and there are plenty of attractions for all ages and tastes in the surrounding area. The seaside towns of New Quay and Aberaeron lie a little further north and Aberporth and Cardigan just a few miles south.
Yr Odyn is at the top of the village in a secluded spot, just 10 minutes walk from the beach; it's a great place for a family holiday or a quiet place to relax.
Take a step back in time as you enjoy this large quirky terraced holiday house which overlooks Cardigan Bay's Borth beach and has sea views from many of the rooms.
The owners have used the 1920's/40's as the theme for their careful renovation and incorporated many items of historical interest whilst providing the modern comforts we all know and love.
Borth beach is on the Cardigan Bay coast between the Dyfi estuary and the town of Aberystwyth stretching almost three miles to Ynyslas, it is excellent for swimming and surfing. The town has several cafes, pubs and small shops.
Just 10 minutes' walk from the lovely beach and the pub (The Ship) at Tresaith and a short distance away from both Penbryn and Llangrannog beaches. The Cardigan Bay Coastal Path located close at the local beach gives wonderful scenic walks along the coastline to nearby beaches and coves.
This very comfortable semi-detached garden apartment makes a great get away from it all, but close to Cardigan Town giving access to main supermarkets, tourist and entertainment, Aberporth (1.8miles) the next coastal village provides local shop and additional public houses.
The owners family lives in the main house and offers guests the shared use of her lovely well cared for garden, ideal for relaxing in the country setting and where children to play. Every effort has been made to provide the comforts that will make your holiday complete.
A delightful stone barn conversion with a HOT TUB and a mezzanine bedroom, this cottage provides very comfortable accommodation in Ceredigion at any time of the year.
Situated between Aberaeron and New Quay close to the Ceredigion Heritage coastline, there is a selection of clean beaches including Cwmtudu, New Quay, Tresaith and Penbryn close by.
There are several good places to eat within a 5 mile radius of the cottage and numerous visitor attractions including Honey Farm, Bird of Prey centre, Coracle Centre, Cheese farm, Mills and a Steam Railway. Ideal for couples and small families.
This delightful stone holiday cottage was once part of a monastery but has now been tastefully converted to a high standard.
Llechryd is within walking distance and has a pub and village store as well as superb fishing on the banks of the River Teifi. Cardigan is within 2 miles and offers a wide range of pubs, shops and galleries.
Poppit Sands are approximately 3 miles from the cottage and offer a superb stretch of sand backed by dunes and Blue Flag bathing.
This cottage is ideally situated for proximity to attractions and beaches while providing a peaceful location from which to explore Ceredigion and Pembrokeshire.
Just 2 minutes walk from the High Street, this two storey loft style apartment close to Cardigan Bay offers a quiet retreat from the vibrant town of Cardigan, but with easy access to the shops, cafes, pubs, restaurants and other amenities within the town such as the indoor market, theatre, library and swimming pool.
It is ideally located for exploring the North Pembrokeshire and Cardigan Bay coastline where there are numerous coves and bays and even the chance of seeing the Cardigan Bay dolphins. There is a floating Indian restaurant 5 minutes walk away if you fancy something a little different.
This detached holiday cottage has fantastic sea views over the village of Aberporth and Cardigan Bay. It offers a great holiday base at any time of the year.
Aberporth has two sandy beaches (one a Blue Flag beach) within a 5 minute downhill walk of the cottage as well as 2 pubs and a village store. The Ceredigion heritage coastline boasts some superb beaches and the chance to spot the resident dolphins.
Cardigan is 6 miles away and has a large range of shops, restaurants, theatre, heritage centre etc. The picturesque seaside towns of New Quay and Aberaeron are within a half hour drive.
Situated just above the National Trust beach and ancient white-washed 14th century church at Mwnt on the Cardigan Bay coastline, this lovely cottage, formerly a milking parlour, offers excellent holiday accommodation.
Cardigan Bay is well-known for its resident bottlenose dolphins and seals which are regularly spotted from Mwnt. The heritage coastline is superb and if you have had enough of walking there are numerous places of interest to visit both in Ceredigion and the neighbouring counties of Pembrokeshire and Carmarthenshire.
This is the upper of the two cottages at the same location and has sea views from two rooms.
Just above the picturesque white-washed church and sheltered west facing beach at Mwnt, this delightful cottage, formerly a milking parlour, offers excellent contemporary accommodation on the Cardigan Bay coastline.
Cardigan Town is about 5 miles away and has a good selection of shops, galleries and pubs.
There are numerous glorious beaches along this stretch of coast including Poppit, Patch, Tresaith, Aberporth, Penbryn and Llangrannog. There is a pub and restaurant at Gwbert as well as two golf courses.
In a stunning location overlooking Dolau beach in New Quay, Ceredigion, this delightful detached holiday cottage offers sea views from 3 sides.
New Quay is famous for its resident dolphins which are regularly spotted throughout the year.
You can take boat trips from the quay out into Cardigan Bay. The town offers a good selection of pubs, eateries and shops befitting a seaside town. Dylan Thomas is reputed to have based some of his characters for Under Milk Wood on locals and the town is proud of its Maritime Heritage.
Small boats can be launched from Dolau beach but those thinking of bringing a larger boat need to check with the Harbourmaster's Office.
This stylish conversion of an Edwardian railway carriage retains its original charm while hitting all the right notes on contemporary comfort.
There are 180 degree sea views over Cardigan Bay from the stunning cliff top location, with frequent sightings of resident bottlenose dolphins and seals.
The carriage is just moments from Aberporth's sandy blue flag beach, the Ceredigion Coastal Path and local pubs, shops and places to eat. Tresaith, Llangrannog, Cwmtydu, New Quay, Cardigan and Aberaeron are all close by, as are the two famous National Trust beaches of Mwnt and Penbryn.
On a clear day you can see all the way to Snowdon and North Wales.
This is a great spot for bird watching with many sea birds including oystercatchers, gannets, cormorants and kittiwakes as well as kestrels, red kites and many other breeds.
The main rooms enjoy wonderful views to the front over the sea and also to the rear over the orchard garden. You will enjoy all the comforts of the snug carriage, but you will take away with you the memories of the spectacular location.
6 nights commencing 17th October now only £288 plus £30 booking fee. Railway carriage sleeps 6. Please call the office for more details on 01239 821 910.
A fabulous opportunity to have a holiday in a seaside Victorian railway carriage just yards from Patch Beach at Gwbert on Sea in Ceredigion.
Cardigan Market Town is just over 2 miles away and has a good selection of shops as well as a cinema/theatre and several pubs and eateries. Gwbert has two hotels, both of which are open to non residents for food - there is a spa at the Cliff Hotel if you fancy a treat.
The carriage is simply furnished and decorated making it perfect for a family holiday.
Poppit Sands, Mwnt Beach, Aberporth and Tresaith are all close by. The boat club is opposite.
Situated halfway between Llangrannog and Cwmtydu beaches, this cosy annexe is on a working farm and offers excellent value for a small family or couple wishing to explore this delightful stretch of the Ceredigion coast.
Aberaeron and New Quay are within easy driving distance and there are numerous attractions for all ages. As this is a working farm with sheep and cows, guests are welcome to join in the daily farm activities if they wish. Lambing time is during February - you may even be able to help feed a Molly lamb!
This newly renovated bungalow is less than 10 minutes' walk from the two sandy beaches at Aberporth.
Ideal for walkers, it is just 5 minutes from the Ceredigion Heritage Coastal Path and Cardigan Bay with its stunning coastal scenery, perfect for photography and wild life spotting - from the 'village green' there have been regular sightings of dolphins and seals.
There are views of the Ceredigion coast over the secluded rear garden and fields beyond. Aberporth has several shops, pub, takeaway and restaurants as well as children's play area.
Enjoy a stroll along the path between Aberporth and Tresaith or visit other sandy beaches at Penbryn, Llangrannog and Mwnt. Cardigan, New Quay and Aberaeron are close by. There is an 18 hole coastal golf course at Gwbert.
Enjoying a lovely rural location on top of the hill above Llanon village, this very comfortable barn conversion is perfect for exploring Ceredigion.
Situated between Aberystwyth and Aberaeron there are many superb beaches dotted along the coast including New Quay, Aberporth, Cwmtydu, Llangrannog and Llanrhystud where there is also a golf course and leisure centre.
Aberaeron is a beautiful Georgian town with stunning architecture painted in a rainbow of colours.
As well as the pretty harbour there are several interesting shops, restaurants and an ice cream parlour.
Llanon village has its own beach, church, pub, restaurant, village store, butcher and fish and chip shop.
Set within the heart of the Cardiganshire countryside, this large detached cottage and barn conversion is an excellent choice for birdwatchers and ramblers alike. Equally suitable for families who simply wish to relax in a remote and stunning setting, with large gardens and nearby forestry to explore.
The property has lots of character, reflecting the fact that it has been a well-loved home from home for many years. It is furnished in a traditional style and sleeps up to eight.
Within walking distance the nearby hills afford superb panaromic views of Brecon Beacons and Snowdonia National Park. Local sites of interest are the gold mines (seasonal opening) at Dolaucothi dating back to Roman times, and Llyn Brianne reservoir near Tregaron.
Lampeter is about 4 miles away, and the attractive coastal towns of Aberaeron and New Quay just over half an hour's drive. The Fishers Arms is an excellent pub in Cellan, on the way to Lampeter.
Enjoying a superb tucked away location just a minutes' (level) walk from Aberaeron south beach and harbour and 5 minutes from the town, this contemporary accommodation makes a perfect holiday home from home.
There are several shops, restaurants and pubs in the colourful Georgian town of Aberaeron which is situated between Cardigan and Aberystwyth.
New Quay, Aberporth, Tresaith, Llangrannog and Penbryn beaches are all within half an hour's drive and the coastal path is at the end of the lane.
Just a few yards from Aberporth Beach, this detached colonial style bungalow offers comfortable holiday accommodation for up to 6 guests.
The picturesque village overlooks two sandy beaches where rock pools are exposed at low tide and cliff top walks along the Ceredigion Coast with lovely views afford the opportunity to spot the resident Cardigan Bay dolphins.
The colourful seaside towns of New Quay and Cardigan are both close-by and Aberaeron and Aberystwyth are a little further up the coast. There are sea views over the rooftops from most of the rooms.
This lovely spacious detached holiday house offers extremely comfortable accommodation just 10 minutes' walk from the beach.
Aberporth has two blue flag beaches - usually one is always sheltered.
There is plenty to see and do in the area which is ideal for walking, golf, watersports and most outdoor activities. There is a pub, restaurant, takeaway, steakhouse, laundry and general store in the village.
There is a lovely walk from Aberporth to Tresaith beach along the coastal path with a pub at the end for refreshment! The towns of Cardigan, Newcastle Emlyn, New Quay, Aberaeron, Llangrannog and Newport are all well worth a visit, each has its own appeal. Cardigan Bay is famous for its resident dolphins.
Within ten minutes' walk of two sandy, sheltered beaches at Aberporth on the Cardigan Bay coastline, this comfortable detached bungalow in a quiet residential area makes an excellent holiday destination.
Rock pools are exposed at low tide and red kites, buzzards and dolphins can often be seen in and around Aberporth Bay.
The local coastline, part of the All Wales Coastal Path, is absolutely breath-taking and the coastal villages of Tresaith, Llangrannog and New Quay (where you can watch the resident dolphins in the bay) are within easy reach.
Aberporth has 2 pubs, a beach cafe, Chinese takeaway/chip shop, Indian restaurant and a village store.
Set in the heart of the rolling Ceredigion hills, close to Llyn Fanod; this gorgeous light and airy cottage makes a wonderful holiday home from home.
Close to the tiny village of Penuwch with a welcoming pub, this is a perfect spot for those seeking peace and tranquillity. It is an area of special scientific interest and noted for dragonflies and damsel flies on the lakes. It is also a good area for enjoying the great outdoors with lovely walks at Cors Caron National Nature Reserve (170 bird species including red kite, buzzards & sparrow hawks) and walking or biking in the nearby Cambrian Mountains. From the land behind the house the view is of the whole of Cardigan Bay with many glorious beaches within easy reach - 15 minutes to Llanrhystud.
The town of Tregaron offers a little bit of everything from locally produced food to pure Welsh gold. The university towns of Lampeter and Aberystwyth are each about 14 miles distant and have much to explore including the national museum of Wales, the arts centre, national quilt museum, funicular railway, promenade and great selection of pubs, restaurants and interesting shops.