Situated on the west coast of Wales, Aberaeron is mid-way between the towns of Cardigan, to the South and Aberystwyth to the north, each being approximately 15 miles away and a half-hour's pleasant drive.
Aberaeron celebrated its 200 year anniversary in 2007. It is a quiet, unspoilt seaside town, with a quay, shingle beaches and leisure centre,with swimming pool. There are a variety of shops, pubs and restaurants as well as a central square with seating and a playground area for children. The town, frequently featured on televised travel programmes, is well known for its many brightly coloured Georgian houses and is peaceful and trouble-free.
The River Aeron runs into the sea at Aberaeron and offers lovely walks along its banks. There are also many other delightful coastal (and other) walks in the area. Cardigan Bay is home to dolphins, porpoises and seals. Red kites and buzzards are also native to this area both of which are frequently seen overhead at Rhiwgoch Farm.
Rhiwgoch Farm is one mile away from the sea, just a 4 minute drive away. It is a fairly easy walk down to town, but because of the steepness of our hill the walk back can be challenging. However, the steepness of the hill gives us the most beautiful views in the area.
Aberaeron has a well equiped sports centre together with a swimming pool. It also has a Saturday indoor market,held in the memorial hall.
The excellent local amateur dramatic society regularly performs well known plays etc. (also in the memorial hall)