Enjoy Penbryn  

Beach - Penbryn's beautiful unspoilt award winning green coast sandy beach, part of the special heritage coastline, with its caves and secret bay is a perfect place to spend many happy hours. The beach is popular with all visitors and a perfect place to relax, adults love it and children spend many happy hours paddling, making sandcastles and generally having fun.


Woodland - The beach is just a short stroll from Plas Bach down a little road that leads just to the beach, alternatively you can use the National Trust Woodland walk which starts very near to Plas Bach and follows the stream to the beach,  the woods are beautiful at all times of year, but particularly in spring with all spring flowers and verdant woodland and bubbling Hoffnant stream.



Eating Out  -  At the head of the beach and just 100 yards from Plas Bach is the newly refurbished, National Trust owned, Cartws CafĂ© serving delicious locally sourced food. There are also many other good pubs and restaurants in the area to enjoy.



Walks - For those who enjoy walking the Ceredigion Coastal Footpaths with their breathtaking views start just 100yards from Plas Bach you can walk north or south for invigorating days out, taking in all the beautiful scenery, numerous beautiful coves and bays and local wildlife, with a stop at a pub or cafe on route to refresh. There are also many other local inland walks for a different perspective on the wealth of picturesque unspoilt countryside waiting for you to discover in this idyllic part of Wales.


Towns & Villages - As well as enjoying the natural beauty all around this beautiful unspoilt part of Wales there is also much else to see and do. Immediately to the south is Tresaith and to the north Llangranog, both have their pretty bays as well as a few cafes, pubs and shops. There are also many small towns and villages to explore, Including Newquay the popular seaside village with its own little harbour, Aberaeron with its attractive colourful Georgian houses and shops, and Cardigan which is an old fashioned market town.


Activities - Travel a little further and the choice of activities is vast from dry slope sking to butterflies, coracles to quad biking, boat trips to see the dolphins to watermills, steam railways to theatres, animal farms to Oakwood Leisure theme park (which provides fun for all the family, from white knuckle rides to entertaining events). Numerous brochures on a vast range of activities are kept in Plas Bach and there are also local tourist information centres. A wealth of information can also of course be explored on the internet before your holiday.


Shopping - the National Trust owned cafe only a 100 yards away serves meals and sells a range of take away food, snacks etc. To get a good range of shopping there is a supermarket at Brynhoffnant about 2 miles away, also a very good award winning farm shop about 11/2 miles away. Cardigan about 9 miles south has a Tesco and a big range of other shops. Part of the beauty of Penbryn is that it is totally unspoilt by any commercialism or modern development.


Finally Enjoy your holiday with one of my favourites - Honey Ice cream on the quay at nearby Aberaeron - yummy !

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