All you need to know about Aberporth

Aberporth is a village in Ceredgion, Wales that lies on the west coast of Wales, close to Cardigan Bay, and approximately 10 miles from New Quay. It has a population of over 2,500, with roughly 50% of residents speaking Welsh. The village has a moderate climate with mild summers and cool winters, and sees roughly 870mm’s of rain a year. A tourist spot in Wales, Aberporth draws in visitors and business travel with its variety of accommodation, including serviced apartments.

Aberporth began life as a 16th century landing point. It provided a key gateway for nets and salt and boats arriving from Ireland, and, following that, developed rapidly. By the 17th and 18th centuries, Aberporth was known for its maritime trade. The village served as an active port with its various beaches connecting to the river valley and offering a safe anchorage. To support this activity, a number of coal yards, warehouses and lime kilns were opened on its shore, along with new accommodation. Later down the line, Aberporth became a key hub for the herring fishing industry in wales. The industry continued to prove important until the First World War, at which point fish stocks declined.

Today, Aberporth is charming coastal village which attracts families, business travellers and couples. It offers sandy beaches, quaint pubs, great restaurants and a scenic coastal path just waiting to be walked. Serviced apartments in Aberporth allow guests to stay within wlking distance to beautiful landscapes and amenities. Its beaches have been awarded the European Blue Flag Status, which makes them popular with swimmers, subathers and canoeists.

Aberporth’s main industries are tourism and defence. The town is also home to a technology park boasting various organisations and research facilities, which draws business travellers from all over. Popular local attractions include Aberporth Beach, Cardigan Castle, Cardigan Island Coastal Farm Park and the Leaping Dolphin monument. With a stay in a SilverDoor serviced apartment in Aberporth, you can stay close to all the major transport links and corporations in the area.

Aberporth is covered by over 20 local buses services which run to destinations including Cardigan, Aberystwyth and Penglais. The nearest train station to the town is Haverfordwest. The town has its own airport offers domestic flights across Wales.

No business trip to Aberporth would be complete without a stay in a SilverDoor serviced apartment. The serviced accommodation we offer in Aberporth is ideal for corporate stays.