What the papers say about Tresaith
What the papers say about Tresaith

Tresaith in the Sunday Times


Tresaith is one of them places, once visited you just keep coming back for more!  It’s often featured in the press as the place to visit to either, explore the coastal path, watch dolphins in the bay, grab a bite to eat in The Ship Inn or walk over to see the stunning waterfall!   The Sunday Times recently wrote:

“Tresaith, Ceredigion

Legend has it that seven Irish princesses, cast adrift by their cruel father, washed up in this West Wales cove and subsequently married seven local farmers – a Dark Ages precursor to the 1954 musical.  It’s a fabulous spot, and the star of the show is the Afon Saith stream, which cascades over the cliff at the right-hand end of the beach and is usually surrounded by crowds of excited children.  There’s a fabulous rock-pooling here, as well as a cafe, a bucket-and-spade outlet and the Ship Inn, which sells decent pub grub and craft beers from the Brains brewery.”
A waterfall at Tresaith beach, Ceredigion by David Stephens

A waterfall at Tresaith beach, Ceredigion by David Stephens

And being often featured in The Telegraph including their brilliant article on Wales coast path walk in Ceredigion where by the waterfall is mentioned again!
How to holiday with a toddler recommends eating at The Ship Inn, as well as other great ideas on what to do with kids in the area!
And again Tresaith gets a mention in the article, 10 Great Boxing Day Pub Walks for The Ship Inn!
Next time you visit us make sure you do pay our local beach a visit, you will not be disappointed!

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