Aberdyfi...The Jewel in Cardigan Bay

Just a few minutes' stroll from the Trefeddian Hotel, Aberdovey (Aberdyfi in traditional Welsh) is a quaint, seaside village with a lot to offer. Set within the Snowdonia National Park - where the River Dovey meets the twinkling blue waters of Cardigan Bay - Aberdovey is a thriving little harbour village. Sit and watch the sailing boats come and go, explore the boutique shops and galleries, go crabbing off the pier, or treat yourself to a delicious homemade ice cream. A visit to Aberdyfi is guaranteed to delight. 

Aberdovey beach Trefeddian view facing west Dolphins at Aberdovey broadwalk BEACH Trefeddian Hotel from beach

The Beach

Far from the madding crowd, Aberdovey's award-winning beach offers 4 miles of magnificent, powder-soft sands. Just 5 minute walk from the hotel, it's the perfect haven for sandcastling families and a beautiful backdrop for romantic sunset strolls. Many of our rooms, self-catering properties and guest lounges offer uninterrupted views of the sandy dunes so you can savour the seascapes from the moment you arrive. 

Britains biggest population of Bottlenose Dolphins are situated in Cardigan Bay. Trefeddian Hotel is in prime position over looking Cardigan Bay. On a calm, summers, evening Dolphins are often spotted out in the bay. Early Summer is prime time to spot dolphins, as they head south to New Quay, their summer residence.