Coach Holidays to Gwbert – The small hamlet of Gwbert is perched dramatically atop the cliffs of Cardigan Bay, just a few minutes by public transport from the bustling county town of Cardigan. The calm and peaceful little village was once at the centre of plans for a purpose build bathing resort, taking advantage of the sandy beaches and clean bathing waters. This plan never came to fruition, so today as always Gwbert offers a tranquil getaway but is nonetheless within easy reach of all modern amenities in Cardigan.
Gwbert has two golf courses and a café restaurant with great views of the coast. The Wales Coastal Path runs through the village, passing by the nearby coastguard lookout post on its way.
For wildlife lovers, Gwbert is a great place to see dolphins and porpoises (over 100 bottlenose dolphins live in this part of Cardigan Bay), a variety of wading birds at low tide, and a colony of choughs nesting in the cliffs. There have even been sightings of whales off shore. Occasional boat trips are run from the local sailing club for those looking to head our on the water.
We use the Cliff Hotel.