Whether you want to see some of Wales’ most beautiful native wildlife, fancy taking a walk or kayak ride along the coastline, or would rather sit and enjoy some fantastic food and drink by the riverside, the town of Cardigan is perfect. The ancient market town has a classic charm, with narrow streets, traditional shops, inns and original Georgian and Victorian fronts helping to create a unique holiday experience.
Why visit Cardigan?
It’s a location that’s perfect for everyone. Whether you want to get your heart pumping by going on a kayak or boat ride, sit and while away the afternoon on a sandy beach or fancy getting to grips with top Welsh food and drink, it’s an ideal destination.
Things to do in Cardigan:
Mwnt, Poppit Sands and Tresaith are just three of many beaches worth exploring, while the Wales Coast Path also meanders its way around the town. Cardigan Castle is well worth a visit to breathe in the history of the area, while the 13th century Cilgerran Castle is just three miles away.
Why stay in a Cardigan cottage?
Cardigan is a cosy town, so why not stay somewhere equally as idyllic? Our range of self-catering holiday cottages in and around the area are ideal for every need. Whether you’re travelling with family, friends, your dog or just your better half, we have a place for you to lay your head.
Three must see things in Cardigan:
Visit Cardigan Castle, the venue for the first Eisteddfod (a Welsh festival of literature, music and performance) in 1176.
Take a boat ride out into Cardigan Bay and enjoy a day of dolphin and seal watching.
Drive a mile to St Dogmaels Local Producers Market and enjoy a taste of fresh, traditional Welsh produce.