Aberdovey, branded the “Jewel of the Cardigan Bay”, has always been considered an exclusive holiday destination and is also popular to those wishing to relocate to the Welsh Coast. It offers boutique shops, galleries, pubs, restaurants and along with its stunning beaches has a pretty, sheltered harbour with yacht anchorage and boat club. Standing in the Snowdonia National Park, the area is noted for its opportunities for outdoor pursuits including walking, sailing and a variety of water sports.
“Sumarhúsið Lisa var fullkomið fyrir helgina okkar í burtu, mjög vel við ströndina, verslanir og krár í Aberdovey, og mjög notalegt og hlýtt þegar veðrið varð blautt og blást! Það er gott WiFi, notaleg stofa, þægilegt rúm, lítill en mjög vel búin eldhús og ótrúlegt sturta. Það er jafnvel falleg garður úr bakinu sem vonandi munum við nota næst! ...! Samskipti við Lisa fyrir og á ferðinni var auðvelt og hún var alltaf fljót að svara og mjög vingjarnlegur og hjálpsamur. Þegar ég bókaði næstu ferð, hvað get ég meira sagt sagt ...? Takk Lisa.”
Caravan on Welsh speaking family farm within walking distance of Aberdyfi village, the 4 miles of beautiful sandy beach and Aberdyfi's wonderful 18 hole golf course. Wales Coastal path goes through the farm. Mountain biking and wonderful walks all within this beautiful area of Snowdonia National Park. Pet friendly accommodation. Minimum stay 1 night, 3 nights for Bank Holidays and 7 nights during school holidays, but please enquire should you require a short break or same day changeover.
Fisherman's cottage; This quaint compact but surprisingly spacious cottage is situated on Copperhill Street within the heart of the village. A typical fisherman's cottage offering three bedrooms, one double room, one twin bedroom room and one single bedroom (please note that the twin and single bedrooms are in the attic and share the attic space), bathroom with overhead shower, open plan kitchen dining area with two comfortable settees, Charnwood log burner and a LCD Freeview TV and DVD player.