Here is our selection of self-catering holiday cottages in Gwbert and surrounding area. The cliff-top coastal hamlet, also known as Gwbert-on-Sea is a superb spot for taking in the fresh sea air and admiring the views across to Pembrokeshire. The natural surroundings are the main attractions in this part of Cardigan Bay with stunning landscapes, seascape and wildlife to enjoy.
Patch is Gwbert’s beach which offers a stunning long walk from its southern end at the mouth of the River Teifi and at low tide it is possible to walk all the way to the headland opposite Cardigan Island. The beach is dog-friendly all year.
The Ceredigion Coast Path passes through Gwbert so you can choose to explore Cardigan which is 3 miles south or head north towards the popular, hidden cove of Mwnt.