LOCATION : WEST WALES

There are a multitude of attractions and activities in the area around Dyffryn Bern, there is something for every member of your family, whether it is a lazy day on the beach or a steam train ride along the Teifi Valley.

The local area abounds with natural beauty. The coastal paths of this Ceredigion Heritage Coast (conservation area) are renowned for their beauty, rugged cliffs and astounding abundance of wild life. Castles, celtic remains, mills, and beauty spots can be discovered along the myriad lanes which wind from hill to valley. In particular springtime offers the visitor an unprecedented vista of cliffs, hedgerows, meadows and woodland carpeted with an array of wild flowers, where rare mammals and birds are busy with early summer activity.
There are many activities to enjoy close to Penbryn and Tresaith. Water sports are well catered for as well as horse riding, popular golf courses, and much more scope for coarse, fly fishing in our local rivers (The famed Teifi salmon is a local delicacy) and sea fishing for mackerel and bass.

Beaches
West Wales has an amazing coastline and a number of wonderful beaches. With sweeping sands and pebbly coves, you are sure to find somewhere just perfect to visit. Explore rock pools, build sandcastles, catch some waves on a board, or just dip you toes in, there is something for everyone... more information

Ceredigion Coastal Path
The path between Aberporth and Tresaith is now re-routing immediately southwest of Tresaith to avoid the need for any steps. The (2 mile section of path between these villages is now surfaced and provides an all weather pedestrian route along this popular section. more information

Food & Drink
There is a huge range of places to eat and drink locally in a variety of locations within a couple of miles radius. From take-a-ways to bring back to your own amenity or a sit down in a variety of relaxing pubs and resteraunts offering great food and views.

Things to do
There is a wide range of activities available for visitors in West Wales, as well as for those who just want to relax. This includes Oakwood Theme Park which is one of Wales' leading tourist attractions and one of UK's top ten theme parks.