A lovely relaxing break with incredible views. Everything in the house that you could need. Thanks for a lovely stay
Upside down cottage in Aberporth with stunning views across Cardigan Bay and 450 metres from the beach. An idyllic base for all the family and a great location for exploring.
Kestrel View is ideal for a family holiday by the sea, less than 450 metres walk through fields and down a lane to Aberporth’s sandy beach. Peacefully located on the hill, it enjoys outstanding views across Cardigan Bay.
On a calm day you can see bottlenose dolphins from the living room, along with other wildlife such as red kites and kestrels.
Ten minutes’ walk from the Wales Coast path, it is a perfect base for walkers. The Cottage is a perfect base to explore Ceredigion’s coast line and beautiful beaches of Mwnt, Tresaith, Llangrannog and Penbryn to name but a few.
In Aberporth village, just a few minutes’ drive or a 10 minute walk away, are a shop, pub and take aways.
The old market town of Cardigan on the River Teifi is about 7 miles away with supermarkets, theatre, cinema and a wide range of attractions including soft play centre, craft shops and galleries.
Also nearby is a golf course, dry ski slope, riding stables and children’s farm park. There is a selection of restaurants to suit all budgets.
Sandy beach with cafes and pubs Ceredigion Coastal Path
Sleeps 6 People
About Kestrel View
Kestrel View sleeps 6 plus cot in 3 ground floor bedrooms – it is an ‘upside down’ house to make the most of the panoramic views.
Bedroom 1: king size bed with sea views
Bedroom 2: twin beds with sea views
Bedroom 3: 2’ 6” bunk beds, suitable for children
Bathroom: bath, with electric shower over bath, WC and basin
Living/dining room: sea view, three piece suite, TV, DVD and dining table for 6. The kitchen has an electric cooker, microwave and fridge with ice box.
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