Gwalia Falls Retreat is a beautiful holiday park with its own 100ft waterfall tumbling down the mountain behind it, on the scenic west Wales coast. The park offers a collection of luxurious holiday lodges and caravans for hire, as well as apartment accommodation and a quaint cottage. A select number of holiday lodges for sale are available, ideal for families looking to make Gwalia Falls their regular holiday retreat and spend lots of time here.
All of the holiday homes and lodges at Gwalia Falls are clean, modern, and fitted with the best appliances and conveniences to ensure guests enjoy the best levels of comfort during their time at the park. They have a kitchen-diner, lounge, bedrooms and a shower/toilet room. There's gas heating and cooking, plus mains electricity and water. All the holiday lodges have flat screen tvs, full size fridges and microwave ovens.
The park is surrounded by sloping hillside and looks out directly onto the beach. This part of the Ceredigion Heritage Coast which is a conservation area and it's worth taking binoculars because sometimes you can see pods of Bottlenosed Dolphins playing in the water just off shore.
Guests who love spending time outdoors will find Gwalia Falls is their ideal destination. A short 300 metre walk takes guests down to the beach, which is regarded as one of the cleanest and safest in all of Wales. As well as swimming and paddling, a range of water sports can be enjoyed on the water, while rock pooling and sea fishing in the shallow waters is also possible.
Those looking for fun activities away from the beach will find the coastal path located outside the park, giving them the opportunity to take in some of the best viewpoints in the region, with terrific views out to sea and across the countryside. The surrounding area is designated Heritage Coastline and it is a great place for wildlife spotting and bird watching as well as enjoying a relaxing stroll.
A short walk from the park is the seaside village of Tresaith. Tresaith has a selection of local amenities including convenience stores and other locally run businesses. There is also a small number of pubs and restaurants that are family friendly in the town, serving great local food and drinks to all visitors.
The other seaside villages in this sleepy part of West Wales are easily within reach either on foot or in the car, with Aberporth and Penbryn both popular with guests staying at Gwalia Falls.
The nearest town is the seaside resort of Cardigan, which is a popular tourist town in its own right and is only a 20 minute drive away from Gwalia Falls.
Cardigan has a full selection of shops as well as museums and other cultural attractions. A leisure centre is found in the town for guests looking to enjoy swimming and other activities, while outdoor fun is afforded in Cardigan’s parks and on the town’s beaches.
Cardigan is also a gateway to the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, where even more opportunities for exploring the beautiful landscape await, along with the chance to enjoy cycling and pony trekking.
To the north, Aberaeron is a 30-minute drive up the coast, with Aberystwyth a further half hour up the road. Guests wishing to leave the car behind can take public transport from Tresaith to all of the nearby towns and coastal villages if they wish.
Gwalia Falls Retreat is a luxurious destination for family caravan holidays in West Wales and is a hugely popular seaside resort.
There are an abundance of activities for children and grown ups in the area, seaside and market towns, cliff top walks and inland treks, local craft fairs and festivities throughout the year.
All water sports and activities are available such as swimming, canoeing down the river Teifi or in the sea, surf skiing, windsurfing and sailing.For land lovers there is horse riding, shooting, golf, fishing, mountain biking, and a wonderful variety of footpaths and trails to follow.Artists, bird watchers and naturalists will find West Wales a haven of flora and fauna, with most of the countryside being quite unspoilt.
Golfers will be delighted by the 18 hole coastal course just 10 miles away or there is an interesting inland course just 3 miles away. If you should wish to try the ancient art of coracle fishing, go to Cenarth Falls. Dating from pre-Christian times, coracle boats were once common on many British rivers and now survive at Cenarth in more or less their original form.
There are, castles, museums, working woollen mills, potteries, narrow gauge steam railways and country markets to visit There is no shortage of leisure activities at or close to Gwalia Falls Holiday Park helping to make your holiday a happy and memorable one.
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