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Discover Tresaith

Sandwiched in-between Aberporth and Llangrannog, Tresaith is a pint-sized coastal village with a legendary past. Translated from Welsh, the word ‘Tresaith’ literally means ‘the place of seven’ and ancient folklore narrates that an Irish King cruelly sent his seven daughters packing on a boat, leaving them adrift to navigate wild waters alone. The daughters eventually reached the shores of Tresaith and married local men. While we can’t confirm whether the story is true, we can promise holiday makers will fare much better when they make Tresaith their holiday destination today.

For those looking for a relaxing escape, Tresaith is a destination that truly meets the brief. Wake up by the sea and let the calming sound of the ocean waves be your alarm clock. Try something new with a local surf lesson, sail through Cardigan Bay on a boat tour and venture to the nearby villages of Aberporth and Llangrannog. 

An insider’s guide to Tresaith

Tresaith is located in the heart of Ceredigion, a playground of land and sea where you can customise your holiday itinerary exactly to your liking. Start your day in Tresaith with a hearty Welsh breakfast at The Ship Inn. Located on the beachfront, on a nice day you can dine outside with panoramic sea views. Afterwards, take a wander down to the shore and explore the coves and rock pools where you may catch glimpses of shore crabs and starfish. Welsh beaches are home to treasure troves of beautiful shells, and you may just want to take one home as a keepsake. Don’t miss the Tresaith waterfall – a cascading stream of water emerging from the rocks and sea moss at low tide.

In the afternoon, try your hand at watersports. Tresaith Beach is a popular spot for surfing lessons due to its swell of waves, but if you fancy something even more daring, you could venture to the River Teifi where water sport experts, Adventure Beyond, host white water rafting and tubing lessons.

If you fancy exploring more of the region, hike the Ceredigion Coastal Path to Aberporth. This 2-mile ramble stretches through wild landscapes, epic cliff tops and unique sea views. If there was ever a time for a ‘Kodak moment’ this would be it. Taking your waggy-tailed friend along? Stop at The Driftwood Cafe in Aberporth to refuel – it’s dog friendly and offers the most delicious lunches and sweet treats.

Memorable cottages in Tresaith

From cute, cosy accommodation equipped with hot tubs to beachfront accommodation offering a quintessential seaside experience, wake up feeling content and recharged with our selection of Tresaith self-catering cottages. Whether you’re travelling with a brood of busy children, man’s best friend or your partner in crime, we’ve curated a list of Tresaith holiday cottages and lodgings to suit every taste, preference and budget.

At West Wales Holiday Cottages, we pride ourselves on impeccable attention to detail and every single accommodation listed on our website has been proven to meet the highest quality standards. We strive to make your holiday as memorable as possible by choosing accommodation that ticks all the boxes in terms of relaxation, space and modern conveniences. We’ve even thought of your canine companion, and as such, you’ll find plenty of dog-friendly options so nobody gets left out of the fun. Choose us as your holiday base and find your West Wales happy place.

Our top things to do in Tresaith:

  • Tresaith Beach: Enjoy the sandy beach and coastal walks in Tresaith.
  • Aberporth to Tresaith Coastal Path: Walk along the scenic coastal path from Aberporth to Tresaith.
  • Ship Inn Tresaith: Experience local hospitality and cuisine at the Ship Inn.

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