If you like to be near a small town, then these holiday cottages in Cardigan and nearby will be right up your street. The name Cardigan is a corruption of the Welsh county name, Ceredigion, in which the town is situated; in Welsh, the town is called Aberteifi, the mouth of the River Teifi.
Once an important port and shipbuilding centre, Cardigan’s attractive buildings, delightful situation and riverside setting now attract many visitors. From 2014, visitors based at cottages in Cardigan will be able to view some or all of the splendid newly-restored Cardigan castle and grounds. There are galleries, cafes, restaurants, craft shops and two theatres. The Theatre Mwldan presents live performance, exhibitions, and has 3 cinema screens showing mainstream as well as more specialist film releases and National Theatre screenings. The Small World hosts interesting events and performance - many for children. Holidays in Cardigan cottages give you the chance to visit the Cardigan Bay coast and rural areas inland as well as the whole of Pembrokeshire to the south.