5 Reasons to Visit in Joyful January

Published on 2023-12-28 / By Hammy@Trefeddian

Beat those winter blues with a bracing walk on footprint free beaches

Imagine having the whole beach to yourself and not seeing a single soul whilst strolling along the shoreline.  Look no further than the Trefeddian for that solitude this January.  Wrap up with your woolly hat and wellies and feel your cheeks glow from the winter sunshine and fresh air embracing the beautiful elements that are afforded us.

Autumn Sunset Trefeddian Hotel

Stunning sunsets and starry skies 

There is no better time of year to watch the sun set over the sea.  The crisp winter weather affords stunning sunsets unique to this time year.  And once the sun has gone down the skies alight with the most exceptional dark skies you can imagine.  With no light pollution the Trefeddian is ideally located for star gazers and romantic couples wrapped up warm on their balconies. 


Be cosy in our sea view lounges with a complimentary cream tea

Put your feet up with a good book and relax in one of our cosy lounges.  Nothing beats a lazy day…that’s what holidays are for!  Stormy days are always dramatic at the Trefeddian and there’s nothing better than watching the waves whilst enjoying our delicious complimentary cream tea.  

Main lounge

Cwtch up on Saint Dwynwen Day, a day dedicated to all things love

Celebrate Welsh Valentine’s day on 25th January with a romantic Welsh Coastal getaway at the Trefeddian.  Saint Dwynwen was a fourth-century Welsh princess who wasn't very lucky when it came to love, so dedicated her life to helping others find the love of their life instead.  Cwtch up in our cosy lounges, relax in our spa bath or take a romantic stroll on the beach before a glass of fizz on your balcony watching the sun set over the sea.

wooly hat

Wonderful woodland walks 

Nothing beach the sound of crunching leaves in the winter months.  There are lots of beautiful woodland walks around the Trefeddian which can be enjoyed when you stay with us.  Why not head out to Abergynolwyn and explore Nant Gwernol for stunning unspoilt woodland, mountains and waterfalls or for something a little less