Aberdovey Holidays, sea view holiday accommodation where guests return year upon year, passing on their legacy of holiday choice and re-living childhood memories of days gone by….
We have a range of sea view holiday apartments & cottages most directly overlooking the popular sandy beach at Aberdovey on the shores of the Dyfi / Dovey estuary, a haven for sailing and water based activities.
Aberdovey/Aberdyfi is perfectly placed for holidays on the West Coast of Mid Wales; situated in the Southern part of Snowdonia National Park and is very popular with families, couples, walkers and hikers, cyclists, sailors, golfers and a great place for nature lovers,
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All of our properties are inspected and are graded 3 or 4 by Visit Wales. You will find our Holiday Cottages and Sea View Apartments spotlessly clean, with freshly ironed bed linen, heating, electricity and one car parking permit included. Complimentary Wi-Fi too!
Aberdovey Cottages, Aberdovey Self Catering Holidays, Aberdovey Sea View Holiday Apartments, Aberdovey Pet Friendly Holiday Accommodation, in a very central location in the pretty Welsh village of Aberdyfi located on the coast of Mid Wales & Southern Snowdonia.
ATTRACTIONS & ACTIVITIES
There are many natural attractions and some fabulous scenery in the area, especially when travelling by car to the nearby towns of Tywyn Machynlleth and Dolgellau and all within a relaxing 45 minutes drive from Aberdovey.
Cader Idris is the second most popular mountain in Wales. Its name means Chair of Idris and the summit, Penygadair meaning Top of the Chair at 2,927 feet (892m), offers a superb panorama of mountain scenery. There are several paths to choose from when making your ascent; however, the mountain is notorious for its low cloud, so do proceed with care. But on a clear day it is possible to see the mountains of the Snowdon massif and the Rhinog mountain range as well as the Lleyn Peninsula and the hills of Shropshire.
Situated in the southernmost tip of the old county of Meirionnydd on the edge of the Snowdonia national park, nestled on the banks of the Dyfi estuary, Aberdyfi (Aberdovey) is quite simply a gem. Miles of sandy beaches surrounded by rolling lush green hills makes Aberdyfi (Aberdovey) a perfect place for all the family and one of the most beautiful holiday destinations in Wales.
A seaside fishing village with a history dating back hundreds of years, Aberdyfi (Aberdovey) offers something for everyone. An artist’s paradise, poet’s inspiration or firing up your childhood imagination, such is the power of this amazing place.