Aberporth Holiday Cottage

Coastal Holiday Cottage
Aberporth, West Wales
Aberporth is a popular seaside village in West Wales. An ideal place for your next holiday.

Visitors Comments

"We have had a lovely stay. The accommodation is lovely, the views and walks are too. Would love to come back and spend more time exploring the area. Thank you."
J&C Jan 2017
"Enjoyed a relaxing few days break for our Silver Wedding Anniversary. Immaculate house with fantastic views over the beach. Enjoyed a lovely meal at the Ship Inn for our anniversary. Thoughtful welcome pack for our Silver Wedding. Beautiful beach house in a lovely location. Thank you so much xx"
J&M Jan 2017
"House is furnished lovely, some very thoughtful touches made it so much more comfortable. Thank you."
S&D Jan 2017
"Lovely couple of days for our Anniversary. Great location & delighted weather stayed dry for 2 coastal walks to Tresaith. Very warm & cosy apartment with great view. Thank you for milk & welshcakes too. Will definitely recommend this great little place to family & friends."
Feb 2017
"We have had a lovely week here, the house we cannot fault, so comfortable and sea view from balcony is amazing. We saw no dolphins but maybe down to time of year. We also enjoyed the coastal walks. Welcome pack so very thoughtful and we will be telling our family & friends how great Estyn Y Mor is. "
L&R Mar 2017
"5 nights of relaxation. The Sea View brought a smile to our faces every morning. The house is wonderful and we couldn't have asked for more. We wouldn't hesitate in coming back again."
K & K Mar 2017
"Another amazing stay. So glad we've booked to come back twice more. Saw Dolphins and found a path and a lovely seat we hadn't found before. Like home from home in this wonderful cottage, the sea came a long way up the river, covering the stepping stones. All very exciting with the high winds."
K&S Oct 2017
"Had a fantastic week away from the day to day working week. So relaxing & the weather was amazing"
K&R Sept 2017
"Our second visit to this lovely home from home. St Dogmaels market (Tues 9-1) is a treat of local produce. The garden centre at Moylegrove (Penrallt) has excellent plants and a good cafι with outside seating available. Lots of boat trips to choose from at New Quay and the Blue Bell (just opposite the pier) serves good food. Cardigan Castle and garden is interesting, but small, however the 1176 restaurant in the castle serves a cracking afternoon tea. An excellent coffee shop in Cardigan High Street will provide artisan coffee exactly to your taste"
D&A Sept 2017
"Lovely stay in beautiful surroundings. Balcony & views a real bonus. Well equipped, with a really comfortable bed. Shame about the weather..."
J&P Sept 2017
"Comfy bed, constant hot water, sky tv & a fantastic view. Fab !! strongly recommend trips to Tenby, the Gold Mines, ride to Devils Bridge Note from Owner … we don't have sky tv but we do have a freeview box "
I & A Sept 2017
"How lovely to have a second chance to enjoy Estyn-Y-Mor and Aberporth in 2017 – we were so lucky with the weather and can't wait for next years holiday. Thanks again to Caroline for keeping the place so immaculate."
L & C Aug 2017
"A home from home. Lovely cottage. A week went too quickly. Sorry to leave"
T & S Aug 2017
"Very homely place to stay. Everything anyone might need is here…. plus the magnificent location. Thank you for the good communication pre-booking and for the Welsh Cakes. We had a wonderfully relaxing week away"
S & D Aug 2017
"Very well equipped cottage – one of the best we have stayed in. Great location – we really enjoyed the view from the deck. Would recommend visiting Sculptureheaven and taking a "Cambrian Safari" – leaflets in drawer"
P & J Aug 2017
"Our 52nd year in Aberporth! We love this house- loving the new subtle changes – very tasteful. So glad that Kevin & Margaret Laud are still letting it and can't wait for next year. Immaculately clean as ever – Many thanks to Caroline"
L&C July/Aug 2017
"Had a lovely relaxing week in a lovely cottage. I'm going to miss that view. I can't fault the cottage, very comfy and well equipped"
JM July 2017
"Had a great week staying in your house Estyn-Y-Mor, beautiful views, well equipped little house. Hope to return, thank-you"
M&D July 2017
"Perfect! And so clean. Thank you"
S & M July 2017
"A fantastic week!! We had the heatwave so weather couldn't have been better. Lovely house with everything we needed for a relaxing chilled out time. Spotted dolphins in the bay, two bats at night and red kites on the way to Aber. Everyone in Aberporth are very friendly especially Annie across the road who supplied us with Shortbread and Lemon Drizzle during the week and some to take home. A truly fantastic break away. Thank you"
D & C June 2017
"The accommodation is superb. Cannot be faulted in any way!!"
J & T May 2017
"We came to Estyn Y Mor for our mini-honeymoon before our main trip in the summer and we have absolutely loved it. We made our own dinner and ate on the balcony whilst the sun set last night, helped along by the celebratory bottle of bubbly left by Kevin, Marg and Claire. We wish we didn't have to leave today – we'll definitely be coming back !"
B & R April 2017
"Absolutely magic. So wonderful we have booked another week. Accommodation excellent. Access to beach incredible. Walked the cliff top walk to Tresaith three times. Paddled in the sea. Excellent Ale at the Ship Inn. Made great use of the balcony and views from the house; saw dolphins and porpoise, cormorants and a seal. All the little touches, information, binoculars very helpful and welcoming. Looking forward to our return THANK YOU"
K & S April 2017
"Probably the best place we have stayed. Had mainly good weather, just very windy mid week but still managed to coastal walk a few times; with everything within easy reach is a great place to unwind. Ann Davies from the cottage opposite very kindly baked us some lemon drizzle cake on Sunday and today (Fri) we had shortbread. All staff in Ship Inn are great."
A & D April 2017
"Location couldn't be better, superb views, wonderful beaches at Aberporth, Mwnt, Tresaith. The conversion from old Garage to modern upside house is very well done, can't fault the equipment and facilities. Had a very good week, sun out Friday to Tuesday then Welsh weather – Wednesday, Thursday. Many thanks"
B & R Mar 2017
Estyn-Y-Mor, Aberporth, Cardigan, Ceredigion, SA43 2EP Tel:
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