Cwmtydu is ideally situated on Cardigan Bay for large group holidays
There is plenty to occupy the visitor, whatever tastes they may have. There are a number of different walks to suit all abilities from a quiet stroll to the more energetic walks along the rugged cliff tops and the Ceredigion Coastal Path. Whether you seek a lazy escape, or wish to enjoy the activity and recreation the area provides, you will find something for everyone.
Whatever the weather, or the time of year, there is plenty to do and see and keep you occupied throughout your stay. Cwmtydu is ideally situated for golf, bird watching, falconry, horse riding, sailing, swimming, surfing, canoeing, walking or just….. Relaxing .
The Ceredigion Coastal Path runs along the coast adjacent to Park Hall. There are National Trust Beaches at Mwnt and Penbryn which are often deserted if you come on an Autumn or Winter break. In every season, a walk is a discovery. A large number of bottlenose dolphins live in Cardigan Bay and it is often possible to see these from the beaches and particularly the coast from Cwmtydu to nearby New Quay.
There are pony trekking centres where you can hire a horse as part of an accompanied trek, or you can make your own way round. Cycling along the small quiet lanes is a delight and the sea is inviting from June until late September – though many surfers are happy to enjoy the sea at most times of the year.
There are several golf courses, including a links course at Cardigan. For those who enjoy fishing the local rivers, fishing lakes and the sea provide a variety of opportunities. For something a bit different there is quad biking and grass boarding centre and a dry ski slope, all close by.
Why not visit nearby New Quay either by car or for the adventurous there is the coastal path. Once there, relax on the sweeping sandy beach, or watch the shell fish being landed, maybe buy some in the local fish mongers on the harbour, browse in the shops or find out more about the places where Dylan Thomas spent his time when in New Quay.
Visit the potteries, traditional mills and craft shops. Savour the Taste of Wales with local produce and seafood at many of the local restaurants and inns.