Things To Do
The Trefeddian Hotel in Aberdovey is a fantastic destination for sandcastling families and avid explorers alike. Quench your thirst for adventure with hillwalking, mountain-biking, and water sports or enjoy a competitive round of golf and a spot of birdwatching before retiring to one of our comfortable lounges
to savour the sensational seascapes before dinner.
Restful rambling and windswept walks
Southern Snowdonia is an ideal base for novice and seasoned walkers who will find a host of new and delightful experiences within easy reach of the Trefeddian Hotel. Follow disused railway lines, old miners' and drovers' trails or enjoy forays in the nearby forests. Explore hidden valleys, wild open moorland, lakes and mountains. For more information and routes, visit the Snowdonia National Park
, Walking Britain
or Walking North Wales
websites. We also offer a free basic guide to the local area.
The hotel is perfectly positioned right next to the Gwynedd section of the Wales Coastal Path
. More information is available on the following link.
Challenge yourself on the off-road bike trails
The Hotel offer guests a basic guide to cycle routes and mountain bike trails in the area. There are plenty to choose from; Mach 3
, Nant Yr Arian
, Dysynni Valley, Coed Y Brenin
and the Mawddach Trail
are just a few. You will find some of these routes and many more on the Snowdonia National Park Website
Aberdovey is an absolute paradise for water sports enthusiasts. The estuary is ideal for sailing, canoeing, sailboarding and water-skiing whilst the coastline up to Tywyn is popular with surfers and kite-surfers. Cardigan Bay also has some lovely ports for those into yachting. Conscientious power boat, jet bike and jet ski owners are also welcome and there are launching facilities available through the Harbour Master.
Aberdovey is a popular destination for golfing enthusiasts and, with its own putting course and the championship Aberdovey Golf Course on its doorstep, the Trefeddian Hotel is the perfect place to enjoy a golfing holiday in Wales. There are 6 golf courses in close proximity to the Trefeddian Hotel:
Aberdovey Golf Club
is one of the finest seaside courses in the whole of Wales, the 18-hole links course was ranked no. 58 in Golf Monthly’s Top 100 UK and Ireland Golf Courses 2012. Distance from Trefeddian Hotel: 0.1 miles.
Machynlleth Golf Club
is every inch your quintessential short 9-hole heathland course; enjoyable, entertaining and with superb views to match. Distance from Trefeddian Hotel: 12.3 miles.
Borth & Ynyslas Golf Club
is one of the oldest courses in Wales. It is a traditional 18-hole links course where the fairways overlap in select holes and where the wind is a constant factor. Distance from Trefeddian Hotel: 24.9 miles.
Aberystwyth Golf Club
enjoys views of Cardigan Bay and beyond. Meadowland in nature, this popular 18-hole course features rolling fairways and lush greens. Distance from Trefeddian Hotel: 29.9 miles.
Royal St. David’s
is one of Wales' premier golf courses. Nationally and internationally renowned, it provides a challenging test of golf in a breathtaking setting. Distance from Trefeddian Hotel: 39.0 miles.
A fantastic day out for families and couples! A tree top adventure which includes zip wires and huge leaps! Only a 30-40 minute drive from the hotel. More is available here.
Fancy a go on Europe’s longest zip wire? Zip world is only a 1 hour dive away! More information is available here.
Beautifully-placed for birdwatching
The Trefeddian Hotel is the perfect vantage point from which to explore the wonderful variety of bird species and flora and fauna which proliferate in the area. There are 4 birdwatching reserves near the Trefeddian Hotel:
Dyfi Osprey Project
Local Photographer Jean Napier offers a wide range of professional photography tuition courses in and around the local area. More information is available here.