Ceibwr Beach is located on the north coast of Pembrokeshire, West Wales. FBM Holidays has a fine range of holiday Cottages to let in Pembrokeshire, so if you are looking for Holiday cottages, dog friendly cottages, holiday apartments or coastal cottages then check out our availability today.
Ceibwr beach on the south side of Cardigan bay is near the remote village of Moylegrove and is well worth the long drive along twisting and winding roads from the A487. The deep blue water surrounds impressive outcrops of rock and cliff edges. The folds in the cliff are the consequence of glacial erosion making Ceibwr a site of geological interest. The beach itself is small with pebble and grey sandy. There is a stream running through it with water from the surrounding hills which makes a gentle paddling spot on the beach. If you are looking for a quiet day out on your summer holiday in Pembrokeshire then Ceibwr bay is well suited. The rough waters are not the best for swimming but are an impressive sight. Kayaking is often done here but usually by experienced kayakers.
Stop off and have lunch at the Penrallt Garden Centre. The cafe offers home cooked meals served near the greenhouses which stock Wales’ largest collection of plants. There are also walks and a pond to visit. In the village of Moylegrove you could spend a lazy afternoon walking around the attractive welsh cottages. Head north through the village and be sure to visit the cottage garden on the left, beautifully restored and maintained it is a real treat.
Another fun place to visit near Ceibwr are the goats at Blueberry Angoras. This small and friendly spinning and weaving studio offer fine mohair wool and a selection of weaving equipment as well as a choice of throws and clothing made from the wool of the Angora goats on site. For a journey back in time Castell Henllys is a living museum of Iron Age life. They offer a lot for both adult visitors and children.