Local Attractions

Wales’ first plastic-free town, learn more about all there is to do in our local community including golf, canoeing and more.

Aberporth has a vibrant history. We are extremely proud to be part of it. A seaside town with a stunning coastline, in the 17th and 18th history Aberporth was a grand-scale fishing town. Now though, we get fewer casts, with lobster and crab being the main catches.

In the modern-day, it is a great area for a quiet and traditional beach holiday. However, we are extremely proud of our community for becoming the world’s first plastic-free town thanks to Plastic-free Aberporth, significantly reducing our environmental footprint and remaining sustainable all year round.

See some of our hand-picked activities below.

What to do Outdoors

What to do Outdoors

There is plenty to do in the great outdoors of Aberporth. Straight from our hotel, you can enjoy beautiful coastal walks with three blue flag beaches, Aberporth, Mwnt and Tresaith. While on your way, you can also enjoy a spot of dolphin watching or canoeing.

Our location means we are very close to the Pembrokeshire border, where the stunning town of Narberth is located. Towards Aberyswyth, there is the beautiful Aberaeron, where there are beaches, boutique shops and eateries in abundance.

If the water isn’t quite for you, Cardigan Bay Golf Club welcomes visiting golfers through prior arrangements, or you could visit the 900-year-old Cardigan Castle.

What to do Indoors

What to do Indoors

If the outdoors isn’t quite for you, there is also an abundance of entertainment in our town. You could visit our charming market building which houses over 30 traders. If steam and combustion engines are your thing, you could visit the internal fire museum of power.

However, we would strongly recommend popping to the Corn Exchange Art Gallery, followed by a little tipple in the Welsh Wind Distillery.

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Come and discover the luxury of our hotel, as well as the rich history of our town.