Self-catering holiday cottages in Tresaith
Holidays in Tresaith are characterised by long days basking on the beach, scenic walks along the cliff tops and cosy holiday accommodation that places you close to wonderful attractions. Studded on the Ceredigion Coast just 1.5 miles from neighbouring Aberporth, Tresaith is the perfect choice for couples, families and friendship groups searching for holiday lets by the sea. The village itself may be small, but the friendly pub provides cask ales and culinary delights using local produce – all best enjoyed after exploring the rock pools, catching the surf and playing a variety of games on the beach. Boasting a waterfall, the small beach is popular for sailing and windsurfing.
Our Tresaith holiday cottages offer a range of special extras – from wood burners to enclosed gardens – and are well placed, whether you would rather hide out in a secluded setting or prefer a holiday cottage with a view. The entire area is a walker’s paradise with easy access from our Tresaith cottages to the celebrated coast path in the direction of Penbryn, 1.5 miles away. Owned by the National Trust, Penbyn’s surroundings are a treat to explore thanks to the rolling dunes and ancient woodland. Wildlife is in abundance in this picturesque destination, and if you are lucky you may spot dolphins and seals close to the shore.