Hotels in Cardigan

Welcome to Cardigan

Mad about marine life? Can’t get enough of the great outdoors? Cuckoo about arts and crafts? Better pack your bags and head for Aberteifi (or Cardigan as it’s also known). On the estuary of the River Teifi and at the bottom of Cardigan Bay, you’ll need your waterproofs more than your knitwear when you stay at our Cardigan hotels.

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Things to do in Cardigan

A Bay To Remember

On this Cardigan Bay boat tour, you’ll spy Cardigan’s most famous residents: bottlenose dolphins. Keep your eyes peeled for harbour porpoises, Atlantic grey seals, sea birds and maybe the odd whale. 

Dyfed Shire Horse Farm

Major Mercury is quite an attraction. One of the household cavalry drum horses, he’s also an international sire. But he isn’t the only magnificent creature at Dyfed Shire Horse Farm…

Teifi River Trail

Following the Teifi River Trail is the perfect way to admire the area’s abundant wildlife, peaceful woodland and the Teifi’s plentiful supply of sea trout. 

Castell Henllys Iron Age Fort

Go Celtic at Castell Henllys, where life is just one big Celtic roundhouse. Recreated on top of an excavated Iron Age fort, this is living history at its best. 

Ceridigion Coastal Path

Cardigan is the gateway to the Ceridigion Coastal Path. You don’t walk the entire 60-mile trail - keep it local and appreciate Cardigan Bay’s Marine Special Areas of Conservation, and do some birdwatching

Day-trip to Aberystwyth

Just under 40 miles away from Cardigan, the bustling university town of Aberystwyth is ideally placed for a day-trip. Looking out to the Irish Sea, its colourful seafront is a jaunty sight, and the 2km long promenade covers the town’s main landmarks such as Constitution Hill and the Cliff Railway.