Plas Bach At Aberporth

Aberporth, Ceredigion, Seaside town

Check-in Time: 16:00
Check-out Time: 10:00

Outside Description

Landscaped gardens. Patio with furniture, BBQ and a garden hammock - wonderful sea views. Ample parking for cars and a small boat onsite. Travel cot, stairgate and a highchair all available.

Downstairs Description

Spacious hall with oak flooring and a fabulous feature staircase. Double bedroom. Twin bedroom Bathroom with bath and shower over. Utility and boiler room. Open plan kitchen with integrated dining area seating 8 guests, with access out to the rear garden through French doors. Kitchen with electric double oven and extractor hood, fridge, freezer, dishwasher and a microwave. Utility room with washing machine and a tumble dryer. Sitting room with digital TV, a DVD player, radio and CD system.

First Floor Description

Stairs lead up to the first floor with second spacious lounge area and galleried area with views down to the lounge area below. Double bedroom with an en-suite shower room featuring a wc.

Ocean Lookout
Child Friendly
Wi-Fi/Broadband
Enclosed Garden/Patio
Tourist Attractions:
  • Felinwynt Rainforest Centre : And experience the atmosphere of a mini rainforest with exotic plants, tropical butterflies, waterfalls, leafcutter ants, pools with fish accompanied by the natural sounds of the Peruvian Amazon. Personal attention by the owner. The butterfly café serves meals and snacks all day. Nature gift shop, video room, rainforest exhibition. Visit website
  • Llywernog Silver-Lead Mine : Offers a fascinating insight into life nearly 200 years ago, when the mine employed over 60 people. Today, Llywernog is a fascinating and educational family adventure & continues to be developed as a major all-weather attraction. Visit website
  • Strata Florida Abbey.: Here is much to captivate at this evocative, historically important site. Beautiful atmospheric settings. Memorials to the Welsh Princes. The site of a 12thC Cistercian Abbey, Strata Florida is situated in the hills above the Ceredigion town of Tregaron and has been shaped by both human and natural influences. Visit website
Eating and Drinking:
  • The Ship In Aberporth: We offer a lovely traditional bar plus additional dining rooms with views overlooking the sea. We offer classic real ales, a wide choice of beers and ciders together with a comprehensive wine menu. Visit website
  • Highcliffe Hotel In Aberporth: Be ready to relax with a home cooked meal in our cosy bar or restaurant and enjoy a glass of wine or two! Visit website
Food Stores:
  • London House Stores: Visit website
  • Tesco: In Cardigan which is 5 miles away, so why not pre order your grocery delivery for arrival. Visit website
Sporting Attractions and Activities:
  • Ski Slope At Llangrannog: Which can be seen from Caerwenfor. It is possible to hire skis and board or obtain lessons. The 100m slope was built in 1989 and has continuously grown and developed to Llangrannog Ski and Boarding Centre as we see it today. It has a watering system, lift and floodlights for evening lessons. Visit website
  • Cwmrhydneuadd Golf Course: This picturesque 9 hole golf course is set in a beautiful secluded valley surrounded by a clear water stream. The licensed club house overlooks one of three small lakes. The club house has a bar, eating and changing facilities. Visit website
  • Coasteering: Coasteering is an active journey along the tidal margin which presents a range of challenges along the way. Using a mix of climbing, scrambling, leaping, traversing, swimming, sliding, diving, ducking, jumping and diving you will experience our wild coast through the zawns, gullies, caves, cliffs and reefs. Visit website