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A spectacular all-ground-floor cottage resting in Moylegrove near Cardigan, West Wales. (Ref. 1039765)
- Off-road parking
- Ground floor bedroom
- Washing machine
7 nights from £523
Our range of cottages in Gwbert offers a fantastic base to explore Cardigan and beyond.
Why a Gwbert Cottage?
Gwbert is a small cliff top coastal hamlet, overlooking Pembrokeshire, Poppit Sands and Cardigan Bay. Gwbert is known for its incredible views and peaceful atmosphere.
It is said that Gwbert is the name of an early saint, wandering the coastline, who landed here and sheltered in a cave. Gwbert is the perfect place to explore the beauty of Ceredigion - from golden sandy beaches and rugged coastline to quaint villages and historic castles.
A stay in one of our holiday cottages in Gwbert will ensure you are perfectly positioned to explore the great outdoors! Despite being just three miles outside of Cardigan town, Gwbert is incredibly remote, surrounded by vast open countryside and views of the dramatic Atlantic.
Dolphins and porpoises are commonly spotted from the coastline, whilst seals can be observed from Morgan’s Beach. Look to the skies and you might even be able to spot red kites, peregrines, kestrels and sparrow hawks.
Places to visit during your Gwbert Holiday
The Ceredigion Way opened in 2005 - a stunning, 60-mile footpath forming part of the Wales Coast Path. Starting in Cardigan, the path extends north to Traeth, with incredible views of West Wales, perfect for a hike during your stay in a Gwbert cottage.
For those interested in the Arts, Cardigan is home to two fantastic arts venues; Theatre Mwldan and Small World Theatre. Rhos-y-Gilwen Mansion near Cilgerran is also worth a visit.
Spend time exploring the surrounding coastal towns and villages of Cardigan Bay, Aberporth, Llangrannog Newport and Fishguard or venture further south to the stunning towns of Saundersfoot, Pembroke or Tenby.
Book one of our hand-picked cottages in Gwbert today and enjoy a delightful getaway in West Wales.