The coastal village of Llangrannog is a mile as the crow flies, 2 miles by car. The right hand side of the beach and the accessible coves at low tide are dog friendly all year round. There is free parking on the outskirts of the village and paid parking on the shore. There are two pubs (The Pentre Arms and The Ship, two café (The Beach Hut and The Patio and award winning take-away pizza (Tafell a Tan). Eat in, takeay, fish and chips, ice cream, life guard, dog friendly, some fabulous sunsets.
Penbryn is a National Trust sandy beach almost a mile in length and 4 miles from us by road. It lies further along the coast towards Cardigan and is a Dark Skies Site. No dogs during the summer. There is a lovely café providing home made cakes, snacks, lunches and coffee to go called The Plwmp Tart near the car park.
Cwmtydu Beach is a mile as the crow flies, 2 miles by car. The beach is known for its pretty views and its quiet atmosphere and historically a hideaway for smugglers, making use of the cut off caves. Grey seals come ashore, often pups in late summer and bottle nose dolphins can often be seen from the cliff tops. It is a pebble and sand beach and popular for fishing, There is also a former lime kiln. There is a
small friendly café to pick up coffee to go and additional parking in the small village .
Seal pups at Cwmtydu
New Quay is a small coastal town 7 miles from us towards Aberystwyth. It has an abundance of pubs, cafes and ‘fish and chips’. There is a break water from which we frequently eat salty chips whilst watching the dolphins. There are two sandy beaches, one of which is dog friendly all year round. There are also trips available to see beautiful Ceredigion coast from the sea, its abundance of wildlife including bottle nose dolphins,
Bottle Nose Dolphins
There are many coves and coastal villages as you travel along from Penbryn to Cardigan including Tresaith with
its waterfall and The Ship Inn over look in the sea and there is a gentle part of the coast path leading the historic fishing village of Aberprorth. Further along there is the National Trust cove of Mwnt, a popular spot for Dolphin spotting. It has a small church with origins from the 12th Centuray.
Llangrannog to Cwmtydu Ynys Loctyn
Lots of lovely walks directly from Dolgoy including pretty paths, quiet country lanes and the spectacular coastal path
The ancient town of Cardigan sits on the estuary of the River Tefi . It has an array of café s and small shops to explore.
You can walk along the Tefi to the Welsh Wild Life Centre and not far away is St. Dogmeals with its local produce markets on Tuesdays, the long sandy beach of Poppet for the sunny days or take tea and watch the storm roll in from The Cliff Hotel at Gwbert.