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 Find the holiday home of your dreams in the and around the small seaside village of Aberdyfi | Aberdovey

 Looking for holiday inspiration? Then please view the map below of all Dyfi Cottage's property locations in and around Aberdyfi.  For more information on a property just simply click on the house icon to take you to the property's webpage. 

 

 

Aberdovey, Aberdyfi is often referred to as the ‘artists paradise’.

Aberdovey, Aberdyfi in Welsh, is a peaceful village at the mild south-facing southern tip of Snowdonia national park, where the River Dovey, or Dyfi, meets Cardigan Bay. It has three chapels and churches, three pubs a small number of cafes and well-served restaurants. The village has a lovely quayside and a scattering of moored fishing and private boats dotted along the estuary and Church Bay harbour. There are also water sports galore- sailing, windsurfing, canoeing and fishing to name but a few. In the summer there are numerous yachting regattas and other family entertainments on the award-winning sandy beaches. Over the other side of the estuary, Borth and ynyslas beach can be seen often with a few stick figures playing football or walking their dogs along the nearly deserted sands.

To the west of the village are four miles of wide-open clean beach, fringed by sand dunes covered in marram grass, flowering creepers and low bushes. Behind the dunes is the world-renowned Aberdovey Golf Club with its Hole 12 which is reputed to be the hardest par 3 in the UK.

Aberdyfi has given its name to the ballad “The Bells of Aberdovey”. A legend tells that the sea drowned a once-great kingdom and on a quiet summer evening when the swell runs up the Dyfi and the sunset colours the pastel saded waterside houses, you can hear the bells calling from beneath the waves. The beautiful Dyfi estuary which makes Aberdyfi’ location so good, is a natural masterpiece and is made, as the legend tells, when the lowlands of the Dyfi were drowned by the sea not long after the ice age which shaped Snowdonia’s mountains and created its lakes.

 

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