Cardigan is situated on the border between Ceredigion and Pembrokeshire, surrounded by beautiful coastline and landscapes of great natural beauty as well as outstanding environmental quality. The town of Cardigan is found centrally on the heritage coastline of Cardigan Bay which stretches into both Ceredigion and Pembrokeshire. Enjoy browsing for self-catering cottages in and near Cardigan.
Advice on Cottage Holidays in Cardigan
The bay is a beautiful area of Wales to enjoy a cottage holiday due to its miles of stunning, unspoilt coastline, dotted with secluded sandy beaches, quaint coves and impressive cliffs. Looking out to sea you can experience the many islands set amongst the clear waters where you may even spot a dolphin, porpoise or seal. Anyone looking to have a great fishing holiday in Wales should find the area inland of Cardigan Bay a fantastic spot because of the amazing Teifi River which is ranked the best sea trout river in Europe.
Of course with such amazing wildlife on offer a unique boat trip out to spot dolphins in Cardigan Bay is a great attraction. You can also take part in water sports, adventure sports such as archery and paint-balling as well as canoeing. Attractions in Cardigan include Castell Henlly’s Iron Age Fort, the National Wool Museum, Dyfed Shire Horse Farm and the Museum of Power. We trust that you have found our information on Cardigan helpful and hope you find the right self-catering accommodation in or near Cardigan to meet your requirements.
Book a Cardigan cottage and look forward to discovering some of the best of Pembrokeshire on holiday.