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Bardsey View Holiday Park

Nr. New Quay, Ceredigion

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The ideal location to discover the beauty of West Wales.

Our well maintained select family run Holiday Park with its excellent facilities is conveniently situated off the A487 coastal route south of Aberystwyth, in a picturesque rural location within easy reach of the golden sandy beaches and seaside towns of Aberaeron and New Quay on the West Wales coastline.

The Park is set amongst beautiful scenery, unrivalled far reaching panoramic coastal and country views and quiet country lanes - a paradise to be explored.

The Park has achieved a 4 star grading by the Wales Tourist Board.

Open from:
Opening date: 1st March

Disabled access, Family park, Pets allowed, Children's play area(s), Laundry, Swimming pool(s), Visitor parking, Wireless internet, Bar, Restaurant, Club house

Games Room with pool table
Dog walking area

Swimming pool(s), Holiday homes (owned)

Nearby attractions:
Beach, Fishing, Golf, Horse riding holidays, Swimming (Outdoor), Water Sports, Games Room, Snooker/Pool

The Park is set amongst beautiful scenery, rolling green fields and quiet country lanes - a paradise to be explored!

The popular coastal towns of New Quay and Aberaeron with their many attractions are approximately four miles away.

Unrivaled far reaching panoramic coastal and country views can be enjoyed from the Park and the glorious sunsets over the calm Cardigan Bay seas with Bardsey Island in the background, is an unforgettable sight.

Miles of quiet golden beaches and secluded sandy coves - catch a glimpse of the resident bottlenose dolphins in the Cardigan Bay seas
The beautiful coastline is dotted with villages, small ports and harbour towns
Explore the Cardigan Bay Special area of Conservation for birdwatching
Scenic waterfalls and many routes inland to follow with its own charm and spectacular scenery
National Trust Llanerchaeron Mansion - and 18th century Welsh gentry estate
Regular arts and craft exhibitions performed locally
Sailing, angling, golf and local sports and leisure facilities.
Local restaurants, hotels, pubs and inns serving delicious Welsh meals also farmers markets and food fairs for the purchase of excellent quality Welsh produce.
Honey farms, flour mills, and the famous Honey ice cream served on Aberaeron's quayside
Aberystwyth (the largest town on the coastline) provides good shopping, Cardigan, Lampeter, Llandysul or Tregaron are all within easy reach of Bardsey View
Ideal country walking with many interesting coastal or mountain walks
Local carnivals, sheep-dog trials, agricultural festivals and trotting races

River and lake or beach fishing - or a pleasurable boat trip from Aberaeron harbour
Traffic-free off road cycleway from Aberaeron
Indoor swimming pool - Aberaeron

- mountain climbing
- bird watching

Bardsey View Holiday Park

Ceredigion, Wales
United Kingdom
SA48 7QZ
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